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Fireworks Prohibited in Town of Fairview

Please remember the use or possession of fireworks in the Town of Fairview is strictly prohibited (Ordinance 2014-40: Section 5601.1.3).

The Fairview Fire Marshal enforces this prohibition, issuing citations for violations. Fireworks present hazards to the safety of residents and pets, as well as the natural beauty of the Town.

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Bush Springs Trail Closed

Due to heavy rains Bush Springs Trail (the section of trail from Fairview Parkway to Sorrell Apartments) has been closed. Depending on weather, it is estimated to be fixed by June 18.

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Town Hall Is Open to the Public

On Tuesday, June 1, 2021 Fairview Town Hall reopened to the public.

We strongly encourage everyone to wear a mask and to continue social distancing while in the building. 

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Road Work on FM 1378

TxDOT is preparing to install a seal coat on FM1378. 

Signs are up on all residential streets that connect to FM1378 of the work zone. The seal-coat is just a new, thin layer of rock/asphalt for a new driving surface. 

If you have questions please call the local TxDOT area office at 972-542-2345.

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Town Hall Closed for July 4th Holiday

Town Hall will be closed Monday, July 5, 2021, in observance of 4th of July Holiday. Town Hall will close at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, July 2 and reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 6 at 8:00 a.m.  

See the trash and recycle calendar on the Water & Trash page for more information or the inside back page of Fairview Town News.

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FCC Announces New Outreach to Collect Consumer Broadband Availability Experiences

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently began collecting first-hand accounts on broadband internet availability and service quality from consumers as part of its Broadband Data Collection program. The data collected will assist the FCC in identifying consumers that are directly affected by a lack of access to broadband and will help inform their mapping efforts and future decisions about where services are needed. A new FCC webpage,, explains the data collection program and provides resources for consumers. There’s a “share your broadband experience” option on the Broadband Data Collection website for consumers to share their experience with the availability and quality of broadband services at their location. Fairview residents experiencing a lack of broadband availability and/or service quality issues are encouraged to share their experiences with the FCC.

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FS#1 Construction Updates

Follow along with Fire station #1 Construction updates. We'll post pictures and information about what's happening on site. Go to the Fire Department page and click onthe FS#1 Updates Tab

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Council Presentations

The Fairview Town Council has requested that certain presentations made during a Council meeting be made available to the public. We will update this Top News Item when new presentations are available.

New Report and Presentation added Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Click on the Read More link to access recent presentations.

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Monthly Outdoor Siren Testing

At Noon on the first Wednesday of every month there is an audible test of the outdoor warning sirens.


Tests will not be performed during severe weather events. If Fairview is experiencing severe weather on a scheduled siren testing date, please assume the siren is weather-related and seek shelter immediately.


Read more about Fairview’s outdoor siren testing by clicking on “Read More” below.

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2021 Trash and Recycle Collection Calendar and Maps

View the June - August Map and Schedule(2 pages) for information about pick up days and weeks as well as valuable tips and guidelines for placing your trash and recycling out for pick up.

The entire 2021 Calendar is also available for download. 

If you have additional questions, contact the Utility Billing Department at 972-886-4242 or

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Coronavirus Updates

For all the latest information, notices and County Statements you can go to our dedicated COVID-19 page. 


You will find Fact sheets from the CDC, Daily Updates from Collin County, Contact information for the CDC, Texas Health & Human Services and the Collin County Health Care Services Department; as well as notices regarding facility closures, court postponements, event cancellations and the suspension of Bulk and Recycling Services. 


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Collin Cares Economic Recovery Programs

On August 24, the Collin County Commissioners Court set aside $15 million in grant money for small businesses affected by COVID-19. Download the small business grant flyer.


Visit the Collin Cares program page for details on all the economic recovery programs being offered. 

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Town Playgrounds & Basketball Courts


All playgrounds, basketball courts and pavilions will open on Monday, June 1, 2020. It is recommended to continue social distancing when possible.


Town facilities normally available for rental including the Community Room at Fire Station 2 and Town Hall will remain closed until the disaster declaration is rescinded.

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Disaster Declaration & Closure Notice

The Town of Fairview Mayor and Town Council approved (on March 26, 2020) an extension to the local declaration of emergency due to the public health emergency created by the spread of COVID-19. This declaration updated April 8, 2020, as well as the facility closures mentioned below is in effect until the Town Council rescinds the Ordinance. 

Town of Fairview buildings and facilities are closed or have restricted access to the public. Detailed information about Municipal Courts, Town Hall, Police, Permitting, Inspections, Utility Billing, Town Secretary's Office, Public Works, Boards and Commission Meetings, Parks, Trails and Facility Rentals can be found here.

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Sign Up for Nixle Notification System for Emergency & Community Information

Nixle messaging is one of the ways the Town can communicate emergency or other community information to residents.  This was one of the ways the Town was able to communicate the information about the recent water line break and the resulting boil water notice. That information is provided to subscribers through text messages to your phone and via email.  All residents are encouraged to sign up for this notification system.  There is no charge from the town for this service, but message and data rates may apply if you chose to receive alerts through your cell phone and/or smart devices.

This system allows residents to receive the following types of alerts and notifications

  • Emergency Alerts (i.e. tornado warning, major water issues)
  • Advisory Notifications (i.e. road closures, police activity, severe weather)
  • Community Notification (i.e. town hall updates, event information)

There are three ways to sign up:

  • Sign up by texting the word Fairview to 888777
  • Sign up using the Nixle widget on the homepage of the town website at . Using this sign up method will result in you needing to enter the Town of  Fairview 75069 zip code.
  • Sign up through Nixle’s website at . Using this sign up method will result in you needing to enter the Town of Fairview 75069 zip code.

No matter which method you decide to use as a means of signing up it’s recommended that you register an account at Nixle’s website to customize what messages you receive and how you receive them. Registering an account through Nixle’s website will also allow those signing up via text message to add an email address for receiving alerts and notifications.

How will I receive messages?

If you sign up by texting the word Fairview to 888777 then you will receive messages through your cell phone and/or smart device.

If you sign up using the widget on the town’s website or through the Nixle website you have the ability to enter both your cell number and email address for receiving alerts and notifications.

However you chose to sign up, by registering an account at you can customize how you want to receive alerts and notifications and whether you would like to receive messages from municipalities/agencies other than Fairview.

Citizens can receive Emergency Alerts and Advisory Notifications through text message and/or email. Community Notifications can only be received via email, which means you must provide an email address.

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Fraud Alert: Money Transfer Service Scam

Town Staff and the Fairview Police Department have been made aware of a telephone scam recently occurring to residents in the Town. In this phone scam, the crook calls and states it is an urgent situation in order to garner the victim’s immediate attention and lessen suspicion.

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Ten-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

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

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Collin County Rides Transportation Program

Collin County Rides, a transportation program offered by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), is available in Fairview to those 65 years of age or older and/or has a certified disability.

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Planning and Zoning

To review current Planning and Zoning items, please click here and select the "Current Planning" tab For questions or concerns, please contact Planning Manager Israel Roberts at or 972-562-0522 ext. 5094.
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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. To renew your permit, simply visit and enter your login name and password...

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Police Officer Position

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HR Documents

Fairview Employment Application Police Officer Personal History Statement and Waiver Fire Personal History Statement Fire Department Agility Test
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