Category: City News

Juneteenth is Declared a Fairfax Holiday

The Town Council unanimously declared June 19th a Town Holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. The resolution is below. Town Hall offices will be closed on Monday, June 20 in observance of the holiday, and the Town Newsletter will go out on Tuesday, June 21.   A RESOLUTION OF THE … Continued

Defensible Space Evaluations Beginning Week of June 6 in Fairfax

Uniformed Fire Inspectors will conduct Wildfire Defensible Space and Home Hardening Evaluations on residential properties in the Fairfax Bolinas Road, Bothin and Ridgeway neighborhoods of Fairfax starting the week of June 6, 2022. Inspections are conducted by Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority (MWPA) in cooperation with the Ross Valley Fire Department, and the Marin County Fire … Continued

Did You Know That the Town Has a Sidewalk Repair Program?

The Town’s Sidewalk Repair Program “waives” the encroachment permit fee for the sidewalk repair and will provide up to a maximum of $1000 as a 50% matching grant for the construction work. For example, if the work costs $800, the Town will reimburse applicants $400. The matching grant is subject to the availability of funds. … Continued

Taking Climate Action Can Also Save You Money!

In the midst of rising gas prices and other cost of living increases, here is some good news. Taking climate action now can actually help save money on our monthly expenses. See the links below to find ways you can save! Energy Savings Both Marin Clean Energy (MCE) and PG&E have programs that can support … Continued

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