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Fairview Point  -  August 2021

Public Crimes Data Dashboard 

The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office is now making available a crime data dashboard to the public through the agency’s website. The Crime Dashboard allows community members to access crime data by type, time and geographic area, as well asMCSO shaded_star_200x200 study historical trends and review specific time     periods dating back to January 1, 2016, in areas patrolled by the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. This includes unincorporated Multnomah County, and sheriff’s office contract cities of Fairview, Maywood Park, Troutdale and Wood Village.

“Access to this great tool will empower the communities we serve, and adds transparency to the calls we respond to and the work we do,” Sheriff Mike Reese said. “Community members will be able to review call volumes, types and locations at no cost and at any time.”

The dashboard will be updated no less than once a week. Access the Crime Dashboard directly through this link or by visiting MCSO.us, hovering over the Quick Access dropdown menu, then selecting Crime Dashboard.

The data does not include statistics from the Cities of Portland and Gresham nor the Port of Portland.

 Flicks in the Park  Jumanji: The Next Level  (JPG)

  • When:  Friday, August 13, 2021
  • Where: Community Park 
  • Movie: Jumanji The Next Level
  • Time:  Movie starts at dusk (approx. 9 PM) 

Go to FairviewOregon.gov/Flicks for more information. 

City Council Approves Fireworks Ban

Onsparkler-3897468_1920 July 21 the Fairview City Council authorized an Emergency Declaration banning the use of fireworks through the 2021 fire season (October 1) due to the current extreme fire danger.

Public Notice: Charter Amendment 

Notice of Ballot Title

“NOTICE is hereby given that the City Council of Fairview, Oregon has referred a proposed Charter Amendment to the November 2, 2021   ballot.  The referral asks “Shall Fairview revise its Charter concerning the chief administrator’s title and setting out details of that position in the Charter?”

A ballot title for this referral was filed with the City Recorder who serves as the city elections official on July 26, 2021, and a copy is available in the City Recorder’s Office in City Hall at 1300 NE Village Street, Fairview, Oregon 97024. “NOTICE is also hereby given that an elector in the city may file a petition to review the ballot title with the Multnomah County Circuit Court no later than Wednesday, August 4, 2021, which is the  seventh business day after the ballot title was filed with the City Recorder.”

Doing Good Works in the Community 

On July 10th Anthem Church held their annual Serve Day. They had 30 volunteers working within the community. Tasks included helping citizens with yard work and minor maintenance; collecting 25 bags of garbage alongside Fairview Parkway; and washing 25 cars during a free car wash.  

Thank you for your service to our community!

MCSO Frequently Used Phone Numbers

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A list of frequently used phone numbers is available on a preprinted card available to pick up at Fairview City Hall at the Administration Counter or in the Fairview MCSO lobby. The list may also be found online at www.fairvieworegon.gov/474/Police-Services

Oregon’s Eviction Moratorium Has Expired, 

But Eviction Protection Is Still Available to Those Who Seek Rental Assistance

On June 30th, 2021, the statewide Oregon eviction moratorium expired—however, there is still eviction protection available to renters who apply for rental assistance.  

Oregon Senate Bill 278 (SB 278), which went into effect July 1st, 2021, provides eviction protection for renters who apply for rental assistance and are able to provide application documentation to their landlord. Under SB 278 this protection is good for 60 days, however in Multnomah County renters may be entitled to 90 days of protection. This is important because both state and county rental assistance may take time to be allocated. 

house-2003068_1280If you or someone you know is struggling to pay rent it is important to act now—both to secure assistance for present and past due rent, and to acquire protection from eviction for up to 90 days.

For more information and to find out how to apply for rental assistance please visit this webpage from Multnomah County:  www.multco.us/rentrelief/apply

Note: tenants cannot be evicted for owing rent for the months between April 2020 and June 2021, and have until February 28, 2022, to pay that rent back. There is assistance to help renters do so, but it is strongly suggested that renters in need apply as soon as possible to secure aid.

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