Town Council Meeting, 7pm
Where: Women's Club, 46 Park Road (map)
Description: Regular meeting. Open to the public.
Watch it live! On Comcast Channel 27 or AT&T Channel 99
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Town of Fairfax Seeking New
Director of Planning and Building Services
Please see the brochure for details.
Victory Village Senior Housing Project Initial Study and Recirculated Negative Declaration
Click here to review recirculated Mitigated Negative Declaration.
Revised Notice of Intention to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Victory Village.
The Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) is the environmental assessment for the project prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The deadline to comment on the recirculated MND is April 19, 2017. The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the recirculated MND and project merits at its April 20, 2017 meeting. This comment period only applies to comments on the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND). There is no deadline for general comments regarding the Victory Village project. The public can continue to comment at the meetings (e.g., Planning Commission) to consider the project, or submit comments via email to Town staff.
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2010-2030 General Plan
Interested in viewing the Town's General Plan and Housing Element Update? Click here.
Fairfax residents are encouraged to serve on one of the many Town volunteer committees. For information on the committees, when they meet, terms of office, vacancies, and more, please visit the boards and commissions page.
Storm drain blocked? Streetlight out? Tree limb in road?
No problem! Use our “iworks” program to report an issue directly to our Public Works Department and track your request. Send a Public Works Maintenance Request
Recently Adopted Ordinances
Ordinance No. 806 was adopted on February 1, 2017 to continue the prohibition on the installation of PG&E SmartMeters® and related equipment within the Town for another three years.
The Town Council adopted two ordinances at their regular meeting on December 7th. Ordinance No. 803 amends Chapter 15.04 of the Town Code to adopt the current California Building Standards Codes and other uniform codes governing the construction and regulation of buildings and structures. Ordinance No. 804 amends Chapter 8.04 of the Town Code to adopt the current California Fire Code, the current International Fire Code, and the International Wildland-Urban Interface Code, for the purpose of protecting life and property
Ordinance No. 805 was passed by the People of the Town of Fairfax voting for Measure “C” on November 8, 2016. It renews the Fairfax sales tax for an additional period of 10 years, and increases the rate to 3/4%.
Our on-line Community Forum is where you can express your opinion for decision-makers to read. There are currently no topics open. However, you can view past topics by clicking here.
Flood Siren Reminder
If you hear the flood horn (two long sustained blast), this means that the creek is likely to exceed its banks in Ross Valley, but not necessarily in Fairfax. By policy, the Towns all agreed that if one community sounds its horn, all the communities (Fairfax, Ross, San Anselmo) will sound their horns. If you hear the flood horn and you live in an area that floods, you should immediately get to a second story or higher ground. Please do not come downtown to see the creek levels. Flood waters are fast moving and very dangerous. Unless you have an emergency, please don’t call 911 for information as dispatch lines can be quickly overwhelmed. Stay tuned for further updates.
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Currently Posted on Nextdoor
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Take Back Day: a FREE event for Fairfax Residents
On Saturday, April 29, In the Pavilion Parking Lot, drop off:
- Prescription drugs and medication from 10 am to 2 pm
- Electronics Waste from 10 am to 4 pm
- Free paper shredding from 10 am to 4 pm
And pick up your FREE compost (residents only). Please click here for details about this Fairfax event.
PG&E Announces New “811express.com” to Submit Free Request for Utility Markings Before Digging
Spring is here, and with the warmer weather people begin large and small projects that require digging, such as new fences, plantings, patios, gazebos, and walkways. Digging into a utility line (water, sewer, fiber optic, gas, or electric) is dangerous and costly to repair, but it is avoidable! Use 811express.com to submit a request for free utility markings before you dig.
Save Money and the Environment
Click here to see opportunities for Fairfax Residents
- FREE Green House Calls from Rising Sun Energy Center
- Go Green Get Green Fairfax – an incentive program to that provides monthly energy bill credit when you switch to MCE 100% Renewable Energy
- Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing Program