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Fairview Point  -  May 2023

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  • 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Wednesday May 24
  • Fairview City Hall, 1300 NE Village Street
  •  Light refreshments served! 
  • Chance to win one of three $50 Gift Cards at Target! 

Learn about the exciting Heart of Fairview project at the corner of NE Halsey St. and NE Village St.!  The project  includes a large Market Hall, Public Plaza and Public Green Space within a residential community. This 5-acre development on city-owned land will fill in a prominent vacant lot and a missing piece of our community, and will link Halsey and Historic Fairview with Fairview Village!

Come learn about this partnership between your City government and project^, a private developer, to bring more shops, restaurants, and community amenities for the people of Fairview.  We want to hear your ideas!

  • What kinds of businesses would you like to see in the Market Hall?
  • What sorts of features and amenities would you like to see in a Public Plaza?
  • What’s your vision for the Public Green Space located in the center of the development? 

Fairview, project^ and Hacker Architects staff will be on hand to describe the project, answer questions, and collect your ideas! Come help shape the future of Fairview!!

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There will be light refreshments and beverages if you’re hungry.  Attendees will have a chance to win one of three $50 gift cards for Target!  Please come!

Spring Clean Up 

Twelve Mile Disposal customers will be allowed the equivalent of five, 30-gallon trash cans at no extra charge on their regularSpring Clean Up (JPG) trash pick-up day during the week of May 15. 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, at no cost to you, for residents to drop off up to two cubic yards of yard debris during the month of May 2023.  Residents must present a coupon and Fairview identification to be eligible.  Look in the Fairview Point being mailed May 1 for the coupon or call 503-665-7929.

Save the Date!

FREE Shred Event, Saturday, June 3, 10am-2pm, in front of Fairview City Hall.

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Annual PlayEast! Celebration

  • Save the Date! Wed., May 10
  • 6:00 PM, Fairview Food Plaza

Help support scholarships and recreation programs. Donate at

Fairview Sunday Market - Season Starts May 7

Come support local business and have some fun at the Fairview Sunday Market. 

Every Sunday 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM; May 7th to Sept. 17th.FSM BoothsLocated at the Fairview  Food Plaza, 22320 NE Halsey Street, Fairview, OR.

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

WIC and Senior FMNP accepted.  EBT SNAP Double upFSM FlowersFood bucks offered. Match up to 20 dollars available.

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. 

Code Corner – Spring of 2023

It’s Garage Sale Season! Exercise equipment, an old set of golf clubs, collectibles, and clothes, this time of year, you can see all those items and more at your neighborhood garage sale. Garage sales are a nice way to get a little extra cash in your pocket this time of year, but it’s important to make sure your sales are limited, so as not to create a nuisance. Our Code allows one sale in a calendar year that is no longer than four days in duration. garage-sale-sign-g1b8a4a1e4_1920

Options for advertising your sale include TV, radio, newspaper, or lawn signs on your property. Sales signs are not allowed to be installed in the right-of-way, which includes the landscape strip between the sidewalk and curb, street and traffic sign poles and utility poles. You may have a total of 12 square feet of lawn signs and each lawn sign may not exceed 3 square feet in area and 60 inches in height. All posted signs must be removed within 3 days of the sale. No permit or notice to the city is required to hold a garage sale on your property.   

If you have any questions about holding a garage sale on your property, please contact Jon Berlin, Code Compliance Officer, at 503-674-6205 or

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