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Adam F
201 E 7th St
(South Fayetteville)
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the project

We want to make 7th street more beautiful, safer, and more walkable!! 

This tactical urbanism project will transform this space into a more attractive and welcoming area and would significantly enhance the overall aesthetic of South Fayetteville.

The addition of greenery, and public art would create a vibrant and inviting atmosphere, attracting more foot traffic and fostering a sense of community pride. This, in turn, would draw new businesses and residents to the area, further boosting the local economy.

Secondly, implementing traffic calming measures on 7th Street is crucial for pedestrian safety and creating a more walkable environment. 

Finally, the overall value of our community would undoubtedly rise with the implementation of this tactical urbanism project. A more vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing South Fayetteville would be a magnet for new residents and businesses, further strengthening the local economy and solidifying our reputation as a desirable place to live and work.

the steps

  1. Permitting
  2. Planning
    • Develop the project budget and schedule (complete)
    • Solicit for volunteers and donors
    • Create the schedule
      • Notify city of street closure date
    • Hold planning meeting with community and volunteers
    • List materials for purchase
    • Assign tasks
  3. Execution
    • Project Kick off onsite
    • Close street
    • Paint street and install planters
    • Clean up

why we're doing it

This project will not only create a safer and more attractive section of 7th street, but also bring the community together and create a more vibrant and beautiful south fayetteville that residents can be proud of. 



  • Street Paint:
    • High-traffic epoxy paint (10 gallons): $200-$300
    • Stencils or tape for design (reusable): $50-$100
    • Brushes, rollers, and other painting supplies: $50-$100
  • Planters and Plants:
    • 6 galvanized metal planters (20"-24" diameter): $150-$200
    • Low-maintenance plants (e.g., succulents, ornamental grasses): $20-$30 per planter
    • Soil and mulch: $50-$100
  • Permits and Insurance:
    • Tactical Urbanism permit (Fayetteville, AR): $25-$50
    • Liability insurance (optional): $50-$100


  • Volunteer labor: (Free) Consider recruiting volunteers to help with painting and planting.
  • Paid labor: If hiring professionals, estimate $100-$200 per day.

Additional Costs:

  • Traffic cones and barricades: Rental fee may vary depending on quantity and duration.
  • Publicity and outreach: Materials for flyers or social media promotion (optional).

Estimated Total Budget:

  • (Mostly Paid Labor) $1500-$2000


ioby Fiscal Sponsorship Fee 8% $177.78
ioby Donation Processing Fee 4% $44.44
TOTAL TO RAISE $2,222.22
Donation processing fees apply to donations only. 100% of match funding goes to projects. Please note, fees are estimated here and final numbers may change based on the final amount raised and amount of match funding applied to this campaign.



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