Town Hall Holiday Closure

Town Hall will be closed Monday, May 29, 2017, in observance of Memorial Day. Town Hall will close at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 26 and reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 30.

There is no Bulk pickup during the fifth week of the month, Bulk Week 1 service will resume on Monday, June 5. Regular trash/Recycle service will be unaffected by the holiday, see the 2017 Trash Recycling and Brush/Bulk Calendar with Map for more information.

Fairview Named Fourth Safest City in Texas

The National Council for Home Safety and Security recently announced in May 2017, their annual Safest Cities in Texas Report for 2017. On this list, the Town of Fairview ranked fourth out of the nearly 1,000 cities and towns found in the State of Texas. The rest of the list’s Top Five included Heath at #5, Colleyville at #3, Trophy Club at #2 and the city of Kermit at #1. Read more.

Old Stacy Rd & Hawkswood Dr Closures

The Stacy Road construction company has informed the Town that Old Stacy Road will be closed at E Stacy Road for the construction phase of it, lasting two to three weeks beginning Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Residents will still have access via FM-1378. The construction phase will consist of milling, curb inlets, storm drainpipe, concrete curb and gutter, hot mix paving on Old Stacy and paving leave-outs on main lanes. The work will be continuous so that Old Stacy Road can be reopened as soon as possible. Additionally, they have informed the Town that E Stacy Road will also be closed at Hawkswood Drive for two to three weeks beginning on or shortly after May 3, 2017 in order to remove concrete and tie into the new main lanes. Residents will still have access via State Highway 5.

Movies in the Park

This summer, the Fairview CDC is hosting a monthly free outdoor movie from May to August. Kicking off each movie will be family friendly activities including music, DJ and games. Preshow activities will begin at 7 p.m. and the movie will begin at dusk (approximately 8:30 p.m.) The remaining 2017 movie line up is “E.T.” on June 9, “Lego Batman” on July 14 and the final movie of the series on August 18 is still to be determined. Festivities will begin at 7, film starts at dusk! Movies in the Park will take place at the Village Green Park, located at the corner of Fairview Parkway and Fairview Village Road. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and folding chairs as well as a picnic dinner. View the Movies in the Park Parking MapFor more information, contact Shannon Craft, Event/Marketing Specialist at 972-886-4227 or

McKinney National Airport Master Plan

The McKinney National Airport is currently working on updating their Airport Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan regarding future development of the airport over the next 20 years. View Councilmember Hendricks' presentations regarding the McKinney Airport Advisory Committee made at the February 7, 2017 Council meeting and the April 4, 2017 Council meeting.

View the presentation from McKinney National Airport, read the Chapters of the Master Plan guide or visit for even more detailed information.

Free Landscape & Tree Maintenance Course

Wondering when to prune your trees and ornamental grasses? Whether to mulch in the spring, fall or both?

Join an instructor from Texas A&M's Agrilife Research Water University in Town Hall Council Chambers for a free Landscape and Tree Maintenance Course hosted by the North Texas Municipal Water District on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, from 10 a.m. - noon.  In this course, learn the right time to maintenance your landscape and trees to ensure the health, production and aesthetics of your landscaping.

This course is free to Fairview residents and residents from surrounding municipalities, but preregistration is required and limited. Register today at

Town Election Results

As all of the Town’s candidates for Mayor and Town Council in 2017 were unopposed, the Town Council was able to cancel the Town’s regular May election for 2017. All the unopposed candidates were declared elected to their new office effective Saturday, May 6, 2017 (general election day in Texas). Access more detailed Town Election information or the Collin County Wide Election Results.

Town Road Maintenance Procedures

Over the past few months, the Town Council has received multiple Staff briefings on the importance of roadway maintenance on the asphalt roads in Town as well as discussing alternatives to the chip seal method that was recently used on Lakewood Drive, Timber Lane and Old Stacy Road. Learn more about the Town’s updated Road Maintenance Procedures in this article or by viewing Staff’s latest Road Maintenance presentation to the Town Council.

DART Introduces Collin County Rides Taxicab Voucher Program

Fairview transitioned to a DART taxicab voucher program called Collin County Rides in fall of 2016. Collin County Rides is an innovative taxi subsidized service available to those 65 years of age or older and/or people living with a disability in Fairview, Allen and Wylie. Unlike the previous temporary bus service, this service will allow these residents the opportunity to travel anywhere within Collin County for any reason, including connecting to the DART service area. Learn more about the DART Collin County Rides Taxi Voucher Program.

Ten-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

For much of 2016, the Town Council and Staff worked on a 10-year Capital Improvement Program or CIP, to help plan for improvements to the Town's future needs including infrastructure, buildings, technology and major equipment. Learn more about the CIP in this presentation given before the Council.

Trash, Recycling & Brush/Bulk Schedule

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Hazardous Weather Guide to Preparedness

Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness was written by FEMA and designed. Click here to learn more.

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Watering Restrictions Eased in the Town of Fairview Effective May 1st

North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) water supply reservoirs have reached sufficient levels and capacities to allow the District to ease watering restrictions earlier than previously planned. Beginning May 1, 2015, NTMWD will terminate all drought stages and will implement its Water Conservation Plan that limits landscape watering to no more than two days per week, and only if needed. The Town of Fairview has taken the same actions as NTMWD and will terminate all drought stages effective May 1, 2015. Even though the Town of Fairview will no longer be under drought restrictions the town’s Water Conservation Plan will remain in effect, which restricts lawn and landscape irrigation to twice per week. With this change in watering restrictions Town of Fairview water customers are no longer restricted to watering on certain days of the week and can choose which two days they wish to irrigate.

The Town of Fairview Water Conservation Plan calls for the following water restrictions:

  • Lawn irrigation watering is prohibited from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from April 1st to October 31st of each year.
  • Lawn and landscape irrigation limited to twice per week.
  • Watering of impervious surfaces is prohibited.
  • Outdoor watering during precipitation or freeze events is prohibited.
  • The use of treated water to fill or refill residential, amenity, and any other natural or manmade ponds is prohibited. A pond is considered to be a still body of water with a surface area of 500 square feet or more.
  • Rain and freeze sensors and/or ET or Smart controllers are required on all new irrigation systems. Rain and freeze sensors and/or ET or Smart controllers must be maintained to function properly.
  • “At home” car washing can be done only when using a water hose with a shut-off nozzle.
  • Watering areas that have been overseeded with cool season grasses is prohibited (such as rye grass or other similar grasses), except for golf courses and public athletic fields.

Below are a variety of tips that you might find helpful in your effort to conserve water:

  • Repair leaks, running toilets, dripping faucets, and broken sprinkler heads.
  • Water in the morning or evening when the temperatures are cooler.
  • Plant native, drought tolerant plants that require less water.
  • Adjust your lawn mower to at least one notch. A taller lawn holds more moisture.
  • Water only when plants look like they need it. Most plants die from over-watering.

Some excellent resources regarding smart landscaping and water conservation are:

Planning and Zoning

To review current Planning and Zoning items, please click here and select the "Current Planning" tabFor questions or concerns, please contact Planning Manager Israel Roberts at or 972-562-0522 ext. 5094.

Renew Your Alarm Permit

The Town of Fairview requires all alarm systems in any home or business in Fairview, whether monitored or not, to have a valid Alarm Permit. Alarm Permits must be renewed annually during the month of January.

For those who currently have an alarm permit, online renewal begins January 1. All permits are required to be renewed by January 31. To renew your permit, simply visit and enter your login name and password. If you need your login name and password, please contact Officer Gandy at  or 972-886-4211, ext. 5022. Please do not create a new account if you are having any issues accessing your account.

For those who have an alarm system and do not currently have an Alarm Permit, please contact Officer Gandy for information on obtaining one.

The residential renewal fee is $25 and the commercial renewal fee is $50. New residential permits are $50 and new commercial permits are $100.

Part-time Fire Fighter

Fairview Fire Rescue is requesting that anyone meeting the requirements listed below that is interested in working as a part-time fire fighter submit an application, personal history statement, and any other pertinent paperwork to Human Resources by Friday, March 10, 2017. Rate of pay is $16.50 per hour with no benefits (paid time off, group insurance, retirement, etc.) Incomplete applications will not be accepted or processed. The open positions require a set schedule typically once per week for 12 hours or 24 hours twice per month

Learn More About the Firefighter Position & Apply Now

Police Officer

A Police Officer is responsible for public safety, prevention of crime and enforcement of laws. Patrols community by vehicle, bicycle and on foot. Responds to calls for service, which include reports of criminal activity, traffic safety, crime prevention and general public safety problems. Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations of reported crimes, traffic accidents and complaints, including crime scene processing, interviewing witnesses/victims and enforcing violations of the law. This position requires valid TX driver license & basic TCLEOSE certification. Prefer 3+ years paid police experience.

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