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Fairview Point - June 2021
Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget Approved
The Fairview Budget Committee approved the $30.2 million Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget at their May 10 meeting. All programs are budgeted to continue as currently offered. The approved budget is available for viewing at www.fairvieworegon.gov. The City Council will consider adoption of the approved budget at their June 16 meeting.
Heslin House Museum & Fairview Jail are Reopening!
Come and Join us on Tour Day
- June 19, 2021
- Noon - 4:00 PM
- Heslin House Museum and City of Fairview Jail
- 60 Main Street Fairview, OR
East County Historical Organization Annual Meeting and Open House with light refreshments served outside in the gardens.
We have some new exhibits to share with you, more artifacts from surrounding area families and more old pictures of the City of Fairview.
The City of Fairview has employment opportunities available in our Public Works and Finance Departments. The City is seeking the right candidates to fill the below positions.
- Operations Manager
- Engineering Manager
- Lead Worker
- Maintenance Worker II
- Senior Accountant
To learn more about these positions and how to apply visit FairviewOregon.gov/Jobs or call the City Recorder at 503-674-6224.
Monthly Water Conservation Tips - June
Look for leaks outside. It’s a good idea to check your landscaping irrigation system regularly for leaks. If you’re noticing soggy areas in your lawn (especially if you haven’t watered lately), you probably have a leak. Make sure to inspect sprinkler heads, nozzles, and drip lines for breaks and tears, as well as the nozzle on your hose and the connection to your spigot.
Upgrade your sprinkler heads. Keep your lawn in shape without overwatering by switching to high-efficiency rotating sprinkler heads. Watering less often but for a longer period of time promotes deep root growth. Aerating your lawn periodically helps water reach the roots and reduces runoff.
View all the Monthly Water Conservation Tips at https://fairvieworegon.gov/525/Monthly-Conservation-Tips.
COVID related health and safety protocols are evolving rapidly. The City is hopeful that we may host some events this summer. Events are currently “To Be Determined,” but event information will posted as it is available. Check FairviewOregon.gov/89/Events to keep up to date. Also, watch out for event banners around the City.
Fairview Hope Rock Gardens
Give, Take or Share Hope
- Community Park, 21600 NE Park Lane (near the bear)
- Handy Park, 120 1st Street (near the historic jail)
Learn more at fairvieworegon.gov/hoperocks. Need supplies to participate, paint kits are available for free. Please contact Devree Leymaster at 503-674-6224 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to pick up a kit at City Hall.