Rolling Hills Survey

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On November 18, 2019, the public was invited to attend a community input session about future improvement projects planned for Rolling Hills Drive.

During this event, stations were set up showing preliminary concepts for drainage and street improvements to Rolling Hills, plans for improvement to the intersection of Rolling Hills with N. College Avenue (part of 71B Corridor Plan), and ideas for providing safe pathways for all types of transportation (vehicle drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians) along this drive.

In addition, staff from the local non-profit organization, Bike NWA, were present to hear comments and provide information related to the protected-bike-lane pilot project on Rolling Hills Drive, scheduled to conclude at the end of November.

Additional information about all the planned Rolling Hills Drive projects is available on the City's website, here: http://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3585/Rolling-Hills-Improvements.

If you were not able to attend this meeting, you still have an opportunity to review the drawings that were presented, and to provide us with your feedback. Please take a moment to view the images below regarding drainage and street improvement projects, and then complete the survey by clicking the Survey link under the images. We appreciate you taking the time to offer us your input!


Drawings of possible Rolling Hills Drive improvements with roundabouts and street cross-sections.
Click here to view the pdf.

Rolling Hills street improvement options

Click here to view the pdf.

Rolling Hills drainage improvement projects

Click here to view the pdf.




On November 18, 2019, the public was invited to attend a community input session about future improvement projects planned for Rolling Hills Drive.

During this event, stations were set up showing preliminary concepts for drainage and street improvements to Rolling Hills, plans for improvement to the intersection of Rolling Hills with N. College Avenue (part of 71B Corridor Plan), and ideas for providing safe pathways for all types of transportation (vehicle drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians) along this drive.

In addition, staff from the local non-profit organization, Bike NWA, were present to hear comments and provide information related to the protected-bike-lane pilot project on Rolling Hills Drive, scheduled to conclude at the end of November.

Additional information about all the planned Rolling Hills Drive projects is available on the City's website, here: http://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3585/Rolling-Hills-Improvements.

If you were not able to attend this meeting, you still have an opportunity to review the drawings that were presented, and to provide us with your feedback. Please take a moment to view the images below regarding drainage and street improvement projects, and then complete the survey by clicking the Survey link under the images. We appreciate you taking the time to offer us your input!


Drawings of possible Rolling Hills Drive improvements with roundabouts and street cross-sections.
Click here to view the pdf.

Rolling Hills street improvement options

Click here to view the pdf.

Rolling Hills drainage improvement projects

Click here to view the pdf.