Did you know The City of Fayetteville offers public Wi-Fi at several public locations including numerous parks, the Fayetteville Square, Fayetteville Public Library and Fayetteville Senior Center.
Visitors to these locations can connect to the complimentary Wi-Fi with their smartphones, tablets, laptops and other Wi-Fi-enabled devices. Here are a few of the public spaces you might consider the next time you have an opportunity to escape the closed confines of your office:
- Bryce Davis Park
- Gulley Park
- Lake Fayetteville
- Veterans Memorial Park
- Walker Park
- Wilson Park
See the full list HERE.
The City as also launched their first Digital Inclusion Planning process, working to improve equitable access to digital services and programs. During 2018, the City will work with stakeholders and the public to identify existing conditions, goals, and recommendations for improvement. “Learn More” below.
Fayetteville has been recognized as a small city that rivals big cities in its digital practices. The City invests progressively in its digital backbone for delivery of services to citizens. Upgrading the City’s building network connectivity will improve our digital infrastructure for enhanced and efficient government operations and access to city services.