Combining small-town charm with a thriving business climate, Fayetteville is located in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. Home to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville earned a spot on Livability.com's 2013 Top 10 College Towns list. In addition to its impact on demographics and cultural amenities, the university dramatically impacts the economy as the city's top employer. The area's 70 parks, 40 miles of trails and three lakes make it a great place for outdoor recreation, while theaters and art centers enhance the local entertainment scene.
Top Industries include education, health-care, retail, food production, automotive manufacturing, government and communications
Fayetteville, AR attracts foodies for its many creative restaurants
Fayetteville, AR caters to anglers with the area's five lakes, three rivers and well-stocked lake tailwater stream.
Fayetteville, AR City Profile
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Fayetteville, AR Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||82.4%|
|Age 21 Over||70%|
|Age 62 Over||11.1%|
|Age 65 Over||8.9%|
|Median Household Income||$39,432|
|Median Home Price||$183,700|
|Median Property Rent||$712|
I would put our entertainment district up against any other ones in the country. Our arts offerings continue to grow and our annual events continue to grow and bring visitors to Fayetteville. That has a positive impact on our whole community, from businesses to residents.
|Worked at Home||5.1%|