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Living in Fayetteville

Fayetteville has an average Walk Score of 32 with 73,580 residents.

Fayetteville is somewhat bikeable.

The most walkable Fayetteville neighborhoods are Putnam, Wilson Park and Washington-Willow.

Nearby Apartments

32 Walk Score of Fayetteville, AR

Fayetteville is a Car-Dependent city

Most errands require a car.

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Most errands require a car in Fayetteville.

Fayetteville Neighborhoods

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Population

1 Putnam 72 - 68 759
2 Wilson Park 69 - 64 1,032
3 Washington-Willow 60 - 61 1,075
4 Town Branch 44 - 64 1,716
5 South Rolling Hills 35 - 43 778
6 Jefferson-Walker 32 - 51 1,053
7 University Heights 30 - 37 746
8 Sang Valley 27 - 34 573
9 West 62 25 - 28 1,153
10 Root School 20 - 19 883
11 Huntingdon 12 - 30 552

Eating & Drinking

There are about 344 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Fayetteville.

People in Fayetteville can walk to an average of 0.7 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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50 Bike Score of Fayetteville, AR

Fayetteville is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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