City Manager's Office

Quality of Life


The City's Quality of Life Task Force utilizes existing City services in partnership with local, broad-based coalitions sharing the same objectives: to create and preserve a desirable and thriving community for all Fairfield residents using existing city staff and resources in collaboration with a diverse community volunteer network. The Quality of Life Task Force was formed and a comprehensive city-wide plan was adopted September 15, 2015 to address issues that affect the aesthetics of the city, and the quality of life for its citizens. 

The issues are as follows:

Request for Qualifications


The City of Fairfield is issuing a Request for Qualifications to acquire a qualified and experienced organization to take over and operate the shelter facilities located at 310 Beck Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533. 

The City needs to identify a new shelter operator to begin operating the shelter facilities located at 310 Beck Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533, in October 2018. With a multitude of community supporters, the City requests qualifications from entities interested in taking over operations from Mission Solano, Inc. to continue to provide robust services and shelter to those in need in Solano County. 


This Request for Qualifications is intended to be the sole selection process for an entity to provide successful and viable homeless shelter operations at this shelter facility.  


For additional information related to shelter operations in Solano County within the Housing First Solano Continuum of Care (CoC) please refer to the following resources

Housing First Solano Continuum of Care Policies and Procedures

Housing First Solano Coordinated Entry Policies and Procedures

Policies and Procedures Manual: HMIS

Housing First Solano Continuum of Care: Written Standards for Service


Qualifications must be submitted no later than 5 PM PDT on August 2, 2018.


A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out


“A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out” is a new community campaign that encourages citizens and businesses to give the homeless resource cards instead of food and money.  It is a message to the community that we are all working towards the same goal, to help the homeless get the services they need.  This message is not typical of what you normally see, as instead of “helping” the homeless by giving them what they want, you give them what they need by connecting them to the experts.  Local community organizations have coordinated with homeless outreach agencies to offer resources to help the homeless and keep them off the streets.  An article in “The Voice of Business” features this campaign and explains how it works, and who is involved. 

Crime Trends and Issues


July 5, 2018 Housing First Solano Continuum of Care (CoC) Notice

June 12, 2016 Cleanup in Fairfield brings neighborhood together

June 12, 2016 Neighborhood comes together for cleanup

June 11, 2016 City of Fairfield Community Cleanup

June 2, 2014 Press Release - City Manager provides Quality of Life Task Force update

June 7, 2014 Community Clean Up Pictures

June 9, 2014 Daily Republic Article - Quality of Life Community Cleanup a success