Happy birthday Fayetteville!
Celebrating our city
Happy birthday, Fayetteville. You're looking good at 250.
Downtown is growing with new restaurants, markets and coffee shops. Construction cranes are still busy at Fort Bragg. And residents have more green space than ever - Cross Creek Linear Park has a new section, and Carvers Creek State Park is under way.
As Mayor Tony Chavonne puts it, Fayetteville is entering one of its most exciting periods of time since its birth in 1762.
For longtime residents, Discover Fayetteville is a guidebook for the changing city and all it has to offer. For newcomers, we hope this publication gives you all the important information you need to know about your new home. Neighborhoods. Schools. Top places to hear live music or explore the outdoors. It's all here.