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Fairview Point  - October 2023

Mayor Brian Cooper Announces Resignation 

Fairview Mayor Brian Cooper tendered his resignation on September 27 in anticipation of moving toBrian Cooper (JPG) Tennessee. Brian  has served the citizens of  Fairview in an elected position since 2011, including as mayor since 2019.

In his resignation letter, Brian thanked the city of Fairview and fellow council members for the opportunity to serve the community. 

The Fairview City Council will appoint someone to serve as mayor until citizens can elect a mayor in the November General Election in 2024. 

Trimet Logo (JPG)TriMet continues to implement concepts from the Forward Together plan, and each year the community has the opportunity to weigh in on planned route adjustments and upgrades. Join the TriMet team October 19 to hear more about the proposed Fiscal Year 25 service modifications and share your thoughts on the top priorities for the community. 

Thursday, October 19, 5-7 pm, Fairview Council Chambers. Learn more at

Halloween Fun at the Heslin House 

Saturday, Oct. 28, Noon to 3:00 pm

Come and join us for a whole lot ofOrange and Purple Spooky Halloween Safety Tips Infographic (2) HALLOWEEN FUN with Jack, Sally & Oogie Boogie; Treats & Goodie Bags; and Outside Scavenger Hunt.

Learn more at

Coffee with the City Manager

  • Stomping Grounds Coffee House 
  • 21825 NE Halsey Street
  • Tuesday's | 9:00 AM

FREE Shred and Electronics Collection Event

Saturday, October 21, 10AM to 2PM 

The City of Fairview, in coordination with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office and the Fairview Public Safety Advisory Committee, will be hosting a Free Shred Event on October 21. You may bring up to three (3) “banker” sized boxes per household to shred securely on site.  

Free Geek will also be on site to accept electronics for reuse and recycling. No more than a  vehicle trunk worth Free Geekof items per drop-off. Items are accepted in working or non-working condition. For quick processing, please have cords separated from other items. Free Geek cannot accept lightbulbs, batteries, or smoke detectors; and items larger than a small home or office printer need to be taken directly to Free Geek. If you have questions about accepted items, please contact  Free Geek

This event will be held outside of Fairview City Hall, 1300 NE Village Street, Fairview, Oregon 97024, Saturday, October from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Fall 5K 2022 Flyer (Postcard)

Save the Date

Fairview’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 

Falling Leaves Can Clog up Catch Basins

The fall season is well underway and with that Catch Basincomes rain and falling leaves. Fairview residents are asked to helpkeep tree leaves picked up and out of the street to prevent our catch basins from becoming plugged during these rainy days.  

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