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Fairview Point  -  October 2021

Fairview Public Safety Survey 2021

MCSO has as its mission statement, “Exemplary service for a safe, livable community.” We take that mission very seriously. To that end, the Fairview City Council with guidance from the Fairview Public Safety Advisory Committee and assistance from MCSOMCSO shaded_star_200x200 developed a customer survey for the residents of Fairview to complete online. We are hopeful that this survey will guide us with information about residents’ feelings of livability, concerns about crime, and overall how we are doing in serving the community. Please take a few minutes to log on to the following link to take the survey:

If you are unable to access the internet, a hard copy of the survey will be available at City Hall. The survey will remain online through October 29th. The data from the survey will be used by MCSO and the City of Fairview to guide our services into the future to ensure we are meeting the community’s needs. Thank you in advance for taking the time to assist us with this survey.

Community Mobile Mural

On Friday, September 17th, during the opening of the new Wood  Village City Hall, PlayEast unveiled its Community Mobile Mural project. This project was made possible through Metro’s Community Placemaking Grant. The objectives of the Metro Grant are Placemaking, Equity, Partnerships, and Leadership. PlayEast would like to recognize the Natural Leader (Lideres Naturales) community group for their hard work and dedication to this project. This group is made up of Fairview and Wood Village Latinx community members. We would also like to thank Metropolitan Family Servers (MFS) and Mario De Leon for helping bring this project to life with his beautiful art work.

Community Mobile Mural (PNG)

City of Fairview COVID-19 

Community Need Surveys

We Want to Hear From You!

The City of Fairview has received funding from the federal government as part of the American Rescue Plan Act’s State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund program and is interested in using a portion of these resources to aid the local community in its continued recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The first step in this process is to identify community needOpinion Poll (JPG) where it exists. The city has developed two surveys, one for local business owners and another for the broader community, in order to hear directly from the Fairview community in this regard. If you would like to have your voice heard by the city government or need help accessing existing services, please visit or pick up a paper copy of the surveys at City Hall.

FREE Shred Event

  • Saturday | October 16
  • Fairview City Hall
  • 1300 NE Village St.
  • 10 AM - 2 PM (or until truck is full)

Shredder (PNG)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.

Halloween Event at the 

Heslin House Museum and Jail!

jack-o-lanterns (PNG)

There Are No Tricks Here - Just Treats      Who Wants Candy? I Want Candy!                Come and Get Your Treats Here!!! 

Where:   Heslin House Museum  60 Main St, Fairview, OR 

When:    October 30, 2021 | 3PM - 6PM 

Weather permitting there will be a scavenger hunt. We will also have a haunted jail!


New Faces at City Hall & Public Works  

You may have noticed some new faces in City Hall and out and around the City. The City is fortunate to have these talented individuals join the team and serve our community.  Welcome!

  • Randy Lauer, Public Works Operations Manger
  • Cory Devore, Public Works Lead Worker
  • Uri Osterhaus, Maintenance II Worker - Water 
  • Adan Rodriguez, Maintenance I Worker - Parks 
  • Patti Hutcheson, Public Works Office Assistant 
  • Anna Mar, Senior Accountant       
  • Holly Smith, Associate Planner  
  • Captain Carey Kaer, Police Chief                                  

A complete staff directory may be viewed at  

Monthly Water Conservation Tips - October

  • Small changes at the sink add up. Washing your hands for 20 seconds is critical—but doing it withWater Faucet (JPG) the faucet on wastes a lot of water. Same goes for brushing your teeth. Turn off the faucet while you’re scrubbing and you can save hundreds of gallons of water a year.
  • Use a broom or rake instead of a hose to clean debris from hardscaping. It can be tempting to hose down your sideway, patio, or driveway—but save the water and use a broom instead.

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  1. Wed, Oct 20

    City Council Work Session 6:00 PM / Regular Meeting 7:00 PM
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  1. Administration

    Phone: 503-665-7929

  1. Finance

    Phone: 503-665-9320

  1. Public Works

    Phone: 503-665-9320

  1. Planning

    Phone: 503-674-6242

  1. Police - MCSO

    Phone: 503-988-7300