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Fairview Point  -  June 2023

Fairview on the Green Summer Festival

  • Saturday, July 29, 2023
  • 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Fairview Community Park  
  • 6:00 PM - The fun continues at “The Fork”. More details to come. 

A full day of family fun. Free entertainmentFairview Logo Final, a free kids zone, a variety of vendors, great food, Chalk the Walk, and more. Guests mark your calendars. Interested Vendors and Sponsors that want to be a part of this great community event, go to to learn more.

Neighbor Fair Logo (JPG)
  • Thursday, June 22nd
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Smith Memorial Pres. Church
  • 2420 NE Fairview Ave., Fairview, OR 
  • Meet the Mayor and City Councilors 
  • Enjoy a hot dog, chips & beverage  
  • Free | All are welcome

Summer Safety Tip: Multnomah County Sheriffs Office 

Drowning is preventable! When you go to cool off in a river or lake, always wear a lifejacket. 

Lifejackets are free to borrow at popular parks and boat ramps at Glenn Otto Park, Oxbow Life Jackets (JPG)Regional Park, Dodge Park, Lewis and Clark Recreation Site, and Dabney State Park. 

The Sandy River is colder and faster than other rivers in our area. The current water temperature is fluctuating between 45-50 degrees. For perspective, the temperature of the ocean off the Oregon coast is around 55 degrees. Swimming at the Sandy River can be challenging to even the strongest, most capable swimmers. Beginning Memorial Day, lifeguards are present all summer at Glenn Otto Park. Ask them for the latest river conditions and where is the safest place to swim.

Summer Camp Banner 2023 (PNG)

PlayEast! Logo (PNG)

PlayEast held its 6th Annual Fundraiser Celebration on May 10 at the Fairview Food Plaza. The event showcased the success and achievements the programs have done over the year. A big thank you to all our volunteers and sponsors who helped make the event possible and a special thank you to our Premier Partner First Community Credit Union for investing in our community for the 5th year. If you weren’t able to make the event but would still like to contribute, please do so at

Fairview Sunday Market

Local Farmers, Bakers, and Artisans booths to visit and shop. Live musical entertainment. Fun for everyone in the whole family. FSM Flowers

Every Sunday 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Located at the Fairview Food Plaza, "The Fork", 22320 NE Halsey Street in Fairview.

Easy parking across the street at the Fairview Yamaha, Suzuki Sports Center.

Coffee with the City Managercoffee cup (PNG)

  • Tuesdays
  •  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. 

You’re Invited to Step into the Past with us

 Heslin House Museum & Fairview’s 108 year old Jail

  • Saturday, June 17, 2023 
  • Noon to 3:00 pm
  • 30 Main St., Fairview, OR

Code Corner – Solid Waste

What is solid waste?

  • Garbage (all food waste).
  • Rubbish (glass, metal, paper, wood, & plastics).
  • Used construction materials.Solid Waste (PNG)
  • Discarded home appliances.
  • Other discarded solid materials.

How much solid waste is too much?

The accumulation of solid waste may constitute a violation if it:

  • Attracts rats, vectors, or animals.
  • Poses a public safety risk.
  • Contains potentially toxic substances.
  • Decreases the aesthetic value of a neighborhood. 

If you have any questions please contact Jon Berlin, Code Compliance Officer, at 503-674-6205 or

Want to Help Shape Fairview's Future?

The City Council is accepting applications for a Planning Commission position. Commission volunteers advise Council on long-range, comprehensive planning and land use issues within the city, recommend amendments and policies related to land use, administer and enforces the city's zoning ordinance, and help ensure the city meets allVolunteer Hands (PNG) state and regional land use goals. The Commission meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM.

Learn more and apply online at or contact the City Recorder at 503-674-6224.

Save the Dates!

  • July 14 Flicks in the Park - Top Gun Maverick
  • July 29 Fairview on the Green Summer Festival
  • August 11 Flicks in the Park - DC Super Pets

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