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City Manager's Weekly Update to City Council

City Manager Stefan Chatwin shares his weekly report to City Council with the public


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Historical video of Civic Center Complex

Have you seen the Civic Center historical video celebrating the 50th anniversary?


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Radio Fairfield is on air

The City of Fairfield has expanded its reach to radio, Fairfield AM 1670! Get information 24/7!


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A groundbreaking event in Northeast Fairfield

On June 15, the City of Fairfield officially entered the “TOD” - Transit Oriented Development era, as dozens gathered to break ground at the new One Lake Family Apartments project site.


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National Night Out returns this year!

National Night Out returns this year on Tuesday evening, August 3.


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Volunteers needed for PAL Skate Nights

Have a WHEELY good time making sure local teens have a safe and fun summer by volunteering at Fairfield PAL Skate Nights!


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July 4 Parade is back with family activities - Volunteers needed!

The theme for this year's 4th of July Parade is "Reigniting Community," to be held Sunday, July 4, at 10 a.m. in downtown Fairfield. Volunteers are needed!


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City Hall Turns 50!

May 29, 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the Civic Center Complex.The Civic Center Complex is the result of former City Manager B. Gale Wilson’s vision for Fairfield’s future. The project was awarded to Robert Hawley after Fairfield conducted a statewide competition that garnered forty entries.



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Allan Witt Dog Park – Grand Opening May 25

The City of Fairfield is excited to announce the opening of the new Dog Park in Allan Witt Park. Join Mayor Price, Councilmember Tonnesen and City Staff members on Tuesday, May 25th at 5 pm for the official Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting ceremony.


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Construction starting April 5 on W. Texas Street near FTC

Construction begins April 5 on West Texas Street near Fairfield Transportation Center.


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Solano County experiences steep decline in allocation of vaccine

Solano County experiences steep decline in allocation of COVID-19 vaccine; urgest the State to send more.


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