Neighbors want to keep streets small, trees tall, at Fayetteville's Rolling Hills

Posted: February 23, 2018 at 1:06 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/STACY RYBURN A sign from a group pushing to maintain the character of Rolling Hills Drive and its surrounding neighborhoods in Fayetteville is seen Thursday. City officials hosted a discussion about the area with neighbors at Rolling Hills Baptist Church.

Residents who live on or near Rolling Hills Drive want to maintain a safe neighborhood for their children, keep cars under the speed limit and prevent incompatible development, city officials heard Thursday during an informational gathering.

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Key dates

• March 6: City Council will consider rezoning 22.6 acres east of Butterfield Trail Elementary School.

• March 12: Planning Commission will take up reclassifying Rolling Hills Drive on the city’s plan.

• March 20: Consultant Nelson/Nygaard scheduled to present a draft of an update to the city’s mobility plan.

All meetings take place at 5:30 p.m. in Room 219 of City Hall, 113 W. Mountain St.

Source: Staff report

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