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March 18:
Climate Action Committee Special Meeting, 10am
Where: Youth Center, 16 Park Road (map)
Description: Special Meeting

March 22:
Special Fairfax Open Space Committee Meeting, 7pm
Where: Women's Club, 46 Park Road (map)
Description: Wall property/Marinda Heights development proposal review regarding the Open Space components.

March 23:
Age Friendly Task Force, 9:15am
Where: Bennett House, 53 Taylor Drive, Fairfax, CA (map)
Description: Regular monthly meeting

March 23:
Age Friendly Fairfax Forum, 1pm
Where: Fairfax Library, 2097 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax, CA (map)
Description: Regular monthly meeting

March 26:
Volunteer Board Meeting, 6:30pm
Where: Fairfax Community Center, 16 Park Rd, Fairfax, CA 94930 (map)
Description: Regular meeting

March 26:
Tree Committee Meeting, 7pm
Where: Women's Club, 46 Park Road (map)
Description: Regular Meeting

March 31:
Spring Egg Hunt, 10am
Where: Bolinas Park, Bolinas Road @ Elsie Lane (map)
Description: Annual children's Spring Egg hunt.

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Marinda Heights (aka Wall Property) Subdivision

Please click on the following link to be directed to the webpage containing information about the Marinda Heights subdivision project:  https://www.fairfaxbuildingplanning.org/.

Less Toxic Cleaning Supplies Recipes and Suggestions

It’s time for spring cleaning! Click here for easy-to-make less harmful and toxic cleaning solutions, as well as store-bought product alternatives.

Storm drain blocked? Streetlight out?  Tree limb in road?  

No problem! Use our “iworks” program to report an issue directly to our Public Works Department and track your request. Send a Public Works Maintenance Request.

Recently Adopted Ordinance

At their January 16th meeting, the Town Council adopted a new ordinance amending the existing Social Host Accountability ordinance to include party buses and limousines in the gatherings where loud and unruly parties are prohibited and added participation and graduation from a juvenile diversion plan or payment of a civil fine. Click here to see Ordinance No. 815.

Save Money and the Environment

Click here to see opportunities for Fairfax Residents

  • FREE Green House Calls from Rising Sun Energy Center
  • Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing Program




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Our on-line Community Forum (run by Peak Democracy) is where you can express your opinion for decision-makers to read. There are no open surveys currently, but you’re invited to read what residents have commented on recent topics here.

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Town Newsletter

Interested in reading the Town Newsletter? Click here for the current issue or sign up below to receive it electronically!

American Lung Association Cautions Against Wood-Burning

With the recent cold temperatures, the American Lung Association in California is urging the public to avoid wood burning and to consider cleaner heating alternatives. Burning wood emits harmful toxins and fine particles into the air that can worsen asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The smell of wood smoke may bring back fond memories of family traditions – but the reality is wood smoke is a major contributor to harmful air quality conditions. “Short-term exposures can affect people with lung disease, causing coughing, wheezing, asthma attacks, acute bronchitis, and may increase susceptibility to respiratory infection. Long-term exposures can lead to reduced lung function, heart attacks, lung cancer, and even premature death, among other health effects,” said Carrie Nyssen, Vice President of Advocacy and Air Quality for the American Lung Association. Video

Disaster Preparedness – Upcoming Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training.

CERT is an 18-hour program to train community members to help fill the gap between a disaster or emergency, and the arrival of professional responders. Get more information on CERTS in Marin and sign up for a class at www.readymarin.org/cert. Upcoming 2018 classes: Kentfield (COM):  Mar 24, 25; Mill Valley: Apr 14, 21; San Rafael: Apr 21, 28; Nicasio May 12, 19.

Aging in Fairfax:  Everybody’s Doing It!

Age Friendly Fairfax and Fairfax Recreation are pleased to offer free classes for older adults, as well as a monthly forum and a monthly luncheon. Please click here for information.

Commission/Committee Vacancies

Fairfax residents are encouraged to serve on one of the many Town volunteer committees. For information on the committees, when they meet, terms of office, vacancies, and more, please visit the boards and commissions page.



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