Read a special message from Fairfax Chief of Police, Rico Tabaranza. 



Town of Fairfax recognizes Black History Month

Posted on February 3, 2023

At the February 1, 2023 Town Council meeting, Fairfax Town Council adopted a proclamation of support for Black History Month for February 2023. Black History Month provides us with an opportunity to celebrate the immeasurable contributions of African Americans and honor their legacies and accomplishments throughout history. The Fairfax Town Council is pleased to recognize...

Recreation Update – February 2023

Posted on February 1, 2023

Check out Fairfax Recreation's latest update to learn about active classes and programs, and upcoming summer camps! Read the full newsletter!
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A Special Message from Chief Rico Tabaranza

Posted on January 27, 2023

I am incredibly disheartened and disturbed by the graphic video released by the City of Memphis, Tennessee, involving the inexcusable brutal beating and death of Mr. Tyre Nichols at the hands of five ex-Memphis Police Officers. The actions of the involved ex-officers were appalling and inhumane. There is no place in the law enforcement profession...
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Town Newsletter – January 24, 2024

Posted on January 24, 2023

Fairfax's January 24 newsletter highlights: Town Council meeting February 1 at 6:30 p.m. Electric Landscape Equipment Rebate Program Help build a Resiliency Strategy for Fairfax Summer camps in Fairfax And more! Read the full newsletter to learn about what’s happening in town. 

Age Friendly Fairfax Newsletter – January to February 2023

Posted on January 23, 2023

Read the latest Age Friendly Newsletter here. 
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Marin encourages residents to prepare for more rain

Posted on January 11, 2023

What is happening? Marin can expect heavier rain Wednesday, January 11 followed by more showers through the week with possible thunderstorms. Rain will continue through the weekend, with the possibility of another storm on Tuesday, January 17. The County of Marin has proclaimed a local state of emergency because of the severe impacts of recent...
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Town offices closed Monday, January 16

Posted on January 10, 2023

Town Hall offices will be closed on Monday, January 16, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Town Newsletter – January 10, 2023

Posted on January 10, 2023

Fairfax's January 10 newsletter highlights: Special Town Council Meeting Jan. 10 Wind and flood advisories in effect through Tuesday afternoon Earthquake resources Plus, a number of upcoming events and classes! Read the full newsletter to learn about what's happening in town. 
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Severe weather storm expected to arrive tonight, January 8

Posted on January 8, 2023

A severe weather storm is expected to arrive tonight, January 8 and stay through Tuesday, January 10 evening. It will likely bring significant rainfall with 2 – 4” Sunday evening, and another 1 – 2” Monday at lower elevations with 6” or more on Mt Tamalpais. Extended power outages are expected. Residents should take steps...
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Avoid unnecessary travel during this week’s storm

Posted on January 3, 2023

What is happening? Another storm front is headed to the Bay Area that will bring substantial rainfall on Wednesday and continuing Thursday, not tapering off until Thursday afternoon. National Weather Service has issued the following advisories: Flood Watch in effect from 4:00AM Wednesday, January 4 through 4:00PM January 5. High Wind Watch in effect from...
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Heavy Rainfall Prompts Marin Shelter Activation

Posted on December 29, 2022

County Health and Human Services to assist those experiencing homelessness San Rafael, CA – In response to the National Weather Service’s prediction of several days of rainfall in the Bay Area, Marin County is activating its Severe Weather Emergency Shelter (SWES) for people experiencing homelessness. Individuals experiencing homelessness can seek temporary overnight relief at the...
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Storm update – prepare for more wind and rain

Posted on December 28, 2022

Weather Summary Rain begins again on Wednesday evening then more rain through Sunday morning with forecast to rain again Monday and Tuesday, January 2 and 3, 2023. Wind gusts will stay calm until tomorrow (Thursday morning) to Sunday morning reaching between 18 and 38 mph. Temperatures will be a low of 45 tonight and high...
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Prepare for heavy rains and gusty winds this week

Posted on December 27, 2022

Weather Summary Flood Advisory (upgraded from Watch) until Tuesday at 1PM Rain returning Monday night with heavy rain forecast from Monday night through Tuesday, then rain through Friday Overnight lows warmer than in the recent cold wave Please view the latest NWS forecast for the most up to the date information. What could this mean...
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Rent Stabilization and Just Cause Eviction FAQ’s

Posted on December 9, 2022

Rent Stabilization and Just Cause Eviction FAQs have been prepared by Legal Aid of Marin in connection with the Town of Fairfax. We hope they are helpful to the public. While they may not answer every question, we hope they provide answers to frequently asked questions. Frequently Asked Questions Exemption Table Just Cause Evictions for...
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Prepare for this weekend’s storm

Posted on December 9, 2022

What is happening? A storm will be passing through the Bay Area this weekend that may result in gusty winds, thunderstorms and heavy rain. National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Friday night (midnight) through Saturday early afternoon. Winds gusts are expected to reach 40 MPH in the lowlands, 45- 55 MPH along...
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Fairfax Town Council Appoints Chance Cutrano as Mayor and Reorganizes

Posted on December 8, 2022

At its December 7, 2022 regular meeting, the Town Council reorganized as follows: Mayor Chance Cutrano, Vice Mayor Barbara Coler, and Councilmembers Bruce Ackerman, Stephanie Hellman, and Lisel Blash. The Council bid a fond farewell to former Councilmember Renee Goddard and welcomed new Councilmember Lisel Blash.
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Town Newsletter – December 6, 2022

Posted on December 6, 2022

Fairfax's December 6 newsletter highlights: Annual Craft Faire and wreathmaking Upcoming Rent Stabilization and Just Cause FAQ's Electric landscape equipment funding opportunities Holiday greeting cards fundraiser Toy drive Plus, a number of upcoming events and classes! Read the full newsletter to learn about what's happening in town. 

Age Friendly Fairfax Newsletter – December 2022

Posted on December 5, 2022

Read the December newsletter here. 
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PG&E Enhanced Vegetation Management Process for December 2022

Posted on November 28, 2022

As PG&E does tree work in our area, they are enhancing their vegetation management process. Customer communications process Pre-inspection notifications Post-inspection work required doorhanger (if customer is not home) Customer unresponsive / no contact Customer opposition / refusal to allow work Work complete notification EVM locations, trims, and removals You can reference this PG&E EVM...
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Town Newsletter – November 22, 2022

Posted on November 23, 2022

Fairfax’s November 22, 2022 newsletter highlights: Happy Thanksgiving! Renter protections Housing Element update Fairfax Craft Faire Holiday toy drive Climate Action updates and new resources And more! Read the newsletter to learn more about what’s happening in Fairfax
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