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The City's official newsletter, Fairview Point, is published monthly and contains valuable information for residents and businesses within the community. The Fairview Point is mailed to all City residents either as an insert with utility bills or directly, as well as, being posted electronically on this website.

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Fairview Point  -  May 2022

Notice of Budget Committee Meetings 

The Fairview Budget Committee will meet Monday, May 2 at 6:00 PM to deliberate over the proposed budget for fiscal year 2022-23. The meeting will continue to Monday, May 9 at 6:00 PM and may continue to an additional date, to be determined, as needed. The purpose of the May 2 meeting is to receive the budget message and hear public comment. 

Calculator (JPG)The Fairview Urban Renewal Agency Budget Committee will meet Monday, May 2 at 7:30 PM to deliberate over the proposed budget for fiscal year 2022-23. The meeting will continue to Monday, May 9 at 8:30 PM, as needed. 

Beginning April 26, the proposed budget documents may be viewed and meeting details with options to submit public comment will be available at fairvieworegon.gov, or you may call the City Recorder at 503-674-6224.  

Spring Clean Up 

Twelve Mile Disposal customers will be allowed the equivalent of five, 30-gallon trash cans at no extra charge on their regular trash pick-up day during the week of May 23. Multifamily residents can leave one (1) bulky item per unit in their complex’s enclosure for pickup that week. 

The City of Fairview has arranged with Allwood Recyclers,Spring Clean Up (JPG) at no cost to you, for residents to drop off up to two cubic yards of yard debris during the month of May 2022. Residents must present a coupon and Fairview identification to be eligible.  Check the May Fairview Point mailed to all residents the first week in May for the coupon. 

Find additional recycling & hazardous waste information at https://www.oregonmetro.gov/tools-living/garbage-and-recycling.

Fairview on the Green (PNG)


FREE Shred Event (PNG)

FREE Shredding Event

  • Saturday | May 21
  • Fairview City Hall
  • 1300 NE Village St.
  • 10 AM - 2 PM or until truck is full

Up to 3 “banker” size boxes per household 

Presented by the City of Fairview, Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office & the Public Safety Advisory Committee.

Fairview Sunday Market Opens May 22

The Fairview Sunday Market will begin its new journey, Sunday's beginning May 22 through September 11 from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. Located in the Fairview Food Plaza parking lot at 22320 NE Halsey Street. This is a family friendly event. Dogs are welcome as well. For more information go to Info@Fairveiw-sundaymarket.com 

Coffee with the City Manager

  • Tuesdays @ 9-10 AM in May
  • Stomping Grounds 
  • 21825 NE Halsey Street

Talk with your City Manager Philip Morley any Tuesday incoffee cup (PNG)May from 9-10 AM at Stomping Grounds. Ask questions about Fairview City government, make  suggestions, or raise concerns. Come share a cup of coffee! If popular, Philip hopes to continue coffee sessions in future months.

Second Home Provider Hosting graphicPlayEast's 5th Annual FundraiserQR Code (PNG)

Save the date and join us for PlayEast’s 5th Annual Fundraiser. This will be a virtual event on Thursday, May 5th starting at 6pm. To join us please register at https://bit.ly/3rqFpIU or scan QR Code. If you are unable to  attend but would still like to contribute please visit fundraiser.playeast.org and make a  donation. 

Helping Parents and Teens Communicate FREEEast County Resolutions (JPG)

Summer is quickly approaching and being a teenager or having a teenager can be tough. Parents and teens often butt heads over issues like curfews, grades, school attendance, house rules, electronics etc. Mediation can provide an opportunity for both parent and teen to talk about what’s important to them and to help them set and agree to practical expectations built through an increased understanding of the issues. Call East Metro Mediation at 503-618-3247 or visit www.greshamoregon.gov/mediation for more information about this free service.

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  1. Administration

    Phone: 503-665-7929

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    Phone: 503-665-7929

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    Phone: 503-665-9320

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    Phone: 503-674-6242

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    Phone: 503-988-7300