Ward 3, Position 1

Ward 3, Position 1 - Justin Tennant
Justin Tennant  

113 W. Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701


(479) 387-8462

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Personal Statement



 
"As your Alderman I will work both for and with my fellow citizens. I will ensure that the young people of Fayetteville inherit an even better city than we received from those before us. The Fayetteville City Council must embrace and learn from our past, make the most of our present and always plan for our future.
  
Fayetteville is consistently ranked among the best places to live nationally. Our parks and trails, our police and fire departments, our schools and public library are a few reasons why. It takes a balance of growth and type of growth to ensure these qualities of life are not threatened by budget shortfalls. We must have a business friendly City Council that takes care of our existing businesses as well as recruits and welcomes new ones. Let's keep Fayetteville Green and Growing."

Occupation & Education


  • Director of Global Accounts, Printronix
  • Fayetteville High School Graduate
  • University of Arkansas Graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with emphasis on Advertising and Public Relations

Personal Information


 
   
  • Born in Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • Married to Katie Clark Tennant
  • A son, Jackson and a daughter, Campbell

Community Service



  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Former Board Member
  • American Heart Association
  • Fayetteville Future Fund
  • Bikes, Blues, and BBQ Volunteer
  • Volunteer Coach
  • Watchdog Dad
  • Central United Methodist Church in Fayetteville
  • Walton Arts Center
  • Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks
  • Northwest Arkansas Young Professionals

Committee Involvement


  • NWA Regional Planning Commission
  • Ordinance Review Committee
  • Transportation Committee

My Key Issues

 

  • Economic Development
  • Keeping Fayetteville's Unique Culture and Character Alive
  • Public Safety

Ward Meeting Schedule


 

Ward meetings are currently held as needs arise. Regular meetings may be planned if constituents express the need.