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The City's official newsletter, Fairview Point, is published monthly and contains valuable information for residents and businesses within the community. The Fairview Point is mailed to all City residents either as an insert with utility bills or directly, as well as, being posted electronically on this website.
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Fairview Point - June 2022
November 8, 2022 General Election Ballot
The Fairview City Council will have four City Council positions on the November 8, 2022 election ballot. The positions are:
- Mayor - 4 year term, currently held by Brian Cooper
- Council Position 4 - 4 year term, currently held by Balwant Bhullar
- Council Position 5 - 4 year term, currently held by Steve Owen
- Council Position 6 - 4 year term, currently held by Darren Riordan
To qualify to be a candidate an elector shall have resided in the City of Fairview for a period of 12 months immediately preceding the City election.
The first day to file for candidacy with the City Recorder is June 1, 2022 and the last day to file is August 30, 2022 by 4:00 PM. For details regarding how to file for candidacy for a City of Fairview City Council position, please visit the city website at FairviewOregon.gov/Elections or contact the City Recorder at 503-674-6224.
We apologize for any inconvenience and confusion with the May 21 event date. The event is back on for Saturday, June 18, 10 AM - 2 PM or until truck is full. In front of Fairview City Hall, 1300 NE Village St.
Up to 3 "banker” size boxes per household.
Presented by the City of Fairview, Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office and the Public Safety Advisory Committee.
Fairview on the Green - Saturday, July 30
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
A full day of family fun. Free entertainment, a free kids zone, a variety of vendors, great food, beer garden, and more. After the pause due to the pandemic, the City of Fairview is working hard to bring this event back better than ever. Guests mark your calendars. Interested Vendors and Sponsors that want to be a part of this great community event, go to FairviewOregon.gov/2022 to learn more.
National Night Out - August 2
Every year, National Night Out (NNO) is celebrated by millions of people across the country on the first Tuesday in August. The goal of this event is for neighbors to gather, get to know each other and build a sense of community—one where neighbors look out for each other and work together to make their neighborhoods safer.
Instead of a single city-hosted event, we are encouraging citizens to host a neighborhood gathering that brings your neighbors together on your street - whether it’s a block party, cookout or an ice cream social. Be creative and do something that will be fun and celebratory!
Event hosts can register their events at FairviewOregon.gov/NNO to receive a resource bag and request a Multnomah County Sheriff Deputy visit your party.
(Citizens will have an opportunity to engage with MCSO at Fairview on the Green, Saturday, July 30th.)
Coffee with the City Manager
- Tuesdays in June| 9-10 AM
- Stomping Grounds | 21825 NE Halsey St.
Come share a cup of coffee with City Manager Philip Morley. Ask questions, make suggestions, or raise concerns.
Voice Your Support to Fund Sandy Blvd. Improvements & Gresham-Fairview Trail by June 21
Help us win Metro funding for two projects for Fairview! The first is Sandy Blvd. improvements, with sidewalks, bike lanes, bus stops, crosswalks and landscaping. The second is the Gresham Fairview Trail connecting Halsey to Sandy Blvd next to 201st Ave. Your support is needed by June 21 by giving comments to Metro. For more information and a link to comment, visit News and Announcements at fairvieworegon.gov.