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Fairview Point  -  March 2023

Nominations Being AcceptedVolunteer Hands

Know a deserving volunteer in Fairview?  Tell us!

Nominations for two Outstanding Community Service by an Individual awards are being accepted through March 31, 2023 at 5:00 PM.  

One award is for a youth (age 17 and under) and one is for an adult (age 18 and above). Winners  will be selected from the nominations and will be recognized at the 2023 Fairview Volunteer Recognition Event on April 20, 2023.

Nominations may be submitted at; or forms are available at Fairview City Hall, Administration Dept.;  or call City Recorder Devree Leymaster, 503-674-6224 for assistance. 

Beware of Scam Calls

The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) is asking for the public’s continued vigilance about phone scams impersonating law enforcement officers. In one instance, a person reported losing $4,500.

Most commonly, the scam calls are from someone posing as an MCSO sergeant or deputy. It’s been reported that the scammer claims the recipient has a warrant, unpaid court fines or has missed jury duty and must pay a fine with a gift card immediately or be arrested. Often, a tactic of the scammers is to keep the person on the phone during the entire process and tell the person they are not allowed to contact family or friends for advice. MCSO shaded_star_200x200Once the scammer receives payment, they often tell the person they can come to an MCSO office for reimbursement or a receipt.

We want to remind the public that we NEVER conduct matters concerning warrant service, missed jury duty, missed court dates or payment of fines over the phone. We urge you to be aware of these ongoing and ever evolving scams.

Signs it’s a Scam

  • Scammers contact you “out of the blue.”
  • Scammers ask for passwords, account numbers or other personal information.
  • Scammers claim there is an emergency and need an immediate response.
  • Scammers want you to wire money or purchase prepaid gift cards.
  • Scammers tell you not to contact people you trust.

East County Historical Organization, Inc.

Our mission is to ensure that future generations of East County share the history of the City of Fairview, the           Heslin House and surrounding areas.

  • 1893 Heslin House Museum
  • 1915 Fairview Historic Jail

60 Main Street, Fairview, OR 97024

Open the third Saturday of each month noon to 3:00 pm.

PlayEast! Logo (PNG)

Registration Opens March 15              Annual PlayEast! Celebration Save the Date!

  • Wed., May 10 
  • 6:00 PM 
  • Fairview Food Plaza

Help support scholarships and recreation programs. Donate at

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Code Corner — You and Your Vehicle 

Parking: This is just a reminder that city regulations require that parking is only allowed on driveways and parking areas that are surfaced with concrete, asphalt or gravel.  That means no parking on yards or bare soil areas. Fairview Municipal Code (FMC) 8.10.057B 

Discarded Vehicles: While project cars can be fun to work on, please keep the following regulations in mind.  A vehicle is considered discarded if it has an expired license plate and meets at least one of the following conditions: inoperative, wrecked, dismantled, partially dismantled or junked. FMC 8.10.057D 

If kept on private property, a discarded vehicle must be stored indoors and out of sight.  Also, only minor repairs such as tune ups, fluid, belt or filter changes are allowed on vehicles.  Repairs such  as painting, engine, transmission or fender replacement are prohibited. FMC8.10.057D.1. 

If you have any questions, or would like to make a complaint, please contact Jon the Code Compliance officer at 503-674-6205 or at The Fairview Municipal Code (FMC) may be viewed at

Coffee with the City Managercoffee cup (PNG)

  • Tuesdays in March 
  •  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. 

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    Phone: : 503-665-9320

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    Phone: : 503-674-6206

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    Phone: : 503-988-7300