Recycling Program

Over the past few years, Fayetteville has taken the initiative to Go Green!  If you haven’t already, we hope that you will join with us to make a difference! Take your recyclables to the bins at one of two convenient locations (Ben Franklin’s or Wal-Mart).  We are now accepting plastic #1 & #2 at Walmart and Studio B on Keller Avenue. For more information call  (304)574-0917 or town hall, (304)574-0101

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Mountain Pride Litter Sweep

 

Please contact  with your questions or to volunteer at

 

Mountain.pride.sweep@gmail.com

 

Or call directly, 304-673-5637

 

You can also visit online at    www.nrgrda.org

 

The Mountain Pride Litter Sweep is sponsored by

New River Gorge Regional Development Authority

 

 

Phone 304.574.0917

May 2, 2013

Working to Keep Fayetteville Beautiful

Members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club and Lowe’s of Fayetteville sponsor the youth flower garden located next to the Hewitt and Salvatore Law Firm on Court Street in downtown Fayetteville. Each year the members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club partner with the Fayetteville Lowe’s store manager Craig Clemens and work with our local youth to maintain the youth flower garden that was established on Earth Day 2007. This is the sixth year of the garden and the youth that participated in the flower planting are from the Fayetteville United Methodist Church’s after school program and their teachers Mary Moses and Peggy Rogers. Members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club that participated in the weeding, flower planting and mulching are Delores Nelson, President and Members Nancy McKown and Annita Lanham.

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Keep America Beautiful Award

The Town of Fayetteville now accepting plastic #1 & #2 at Studio B on Keller Avenue and at Walmart at the Fayette Town Center!!

Participating in this year’s America’s Recycles Day November 15, 2018, the Town of Fayetteville has partnered with CVS of Fayetteville to give to residents who stop by the Fayetteville Town Hall a reusable shopping bag.