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Fayetteville Parks Department looking at the big picture

By Stacy Ryburn

This article was published November 25, 2017 at 1:04 a.m.

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Olivia Foster (left) of Green Forest reviews photos with Jacie Sweeney of Fayetteville after a photo session with Sweeney’s dogs Champ and Ollie Jean at Gulley Park. Fayetteville has set aside $200,000 to develop a parks plan, which hasn’t received an update since 2002. Parks officials say having a new plan in place will make it easier to plan individual parks and best address what the community wants.

A jogger uses the trail at Gulley Park on Tuesday in Fayetteville. The city has set aside $200,000 to develop a parks plan, which hasn’t received an u...

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To see an interactive map of all 36 of the city’s parks and its trails, go to:

fayetteville-ar.gov/gisparks

FAYETTEVILLE -- An update to the city's overall parks plan will give department officials a stronger foot to stand on when it comes to figuring out if spruce-ups or new amenities best address the city's recreational needs.

A jogger uses the trail at Gulley Park on Tuesday in Fayetteville. The city has set aside $200,000 to develop a parks plan, which hasn’t received an u...

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To see an interactive map of all 36 of the city’s parks and its trails, go to:

fayetteville-ar.gov/gisparks

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