City OF Fairview

2014 Fairview Financial Statements
2014 Fairview Financial Statements
Posted 2 days ago

CITY OF FAIRVIEW, TENNESSEE
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
JUNE 30, 2014
(With Independent Auditor’s Report Thereon)

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Public Notice: BOZA – 7206 Mary Susan Lane
Public Notice: BOZA – 7206 Mary Susan Lane
Posted 3 days ago

PUBLIC NOTICE

A Public Hearing will be conducted before the Fairview Board of Zoning Appeals Monday, November 17, 2014 at 7:00p.m. The purpose of the Public Hearing is for the Board…

Halloween Reminder
Halloween Reminder
Posted 3 days ago

The City of Fairview reminds everyone to have a safe and Happy Halloween whenever you celebrate. The City does not endorse any formal trick-or-treating times and we leave the discretion…

Halloween Reminder
City Manager's Monthly Report: September 2014
City Manager’s Monthly Report: September 2014
Posted 8 days ago

September 2014: Fairview City Manager’s Monthly Report

Please Note: Ongoing recent monthly reports will be found on the City Manager’s page located here.

Monthly City Finance Report: September 2014
Monthly City Finance Report: September 2014
Posted 8 days ago

September 2014: Fairview Monthly Finance Report

Please Note: Recent Monthly Reports, Budgets and Audits can always be found on the City Finance Departments page located here.

Upcoming City Hall Meetings
Upcoming City Hall Meetings
Posted 8 days ago

The following are two new upcoming meetings at Fairview City Hall:

Monday, October 20 at 6:00 p.m. Economic Development Task Force roundtable discussion at City Hall

Thursday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m.…

BOC Agenda: 10-16-2014
BOC Agenda: 10-16-2014
Posted 15 days ago

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

FAIRVIEW CITY HALL
OCTOBER 16, 2014
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Call to order by Mayor Totty.
A. Prayer and Pledge

2. Approval of the Agenda –

3. Citizen Comments – (Limited…

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Welcome to Fairview, Tennessee

Securely established in the northwest corridor of Williamson County, the City of Fairview, Tennessee was incorporated on July 28, 1959 under the Uniform City Manager-Commission Charter as set out in Tennessee Code Annotated. Motorists arrive in Fairview via Interstate 40, Hwy. 100 or Hwy. 96 in addition to SR-840 loop which is a mere 5 miles from City Center.

SR-840 provides both personal & business travelers with direct interstate access to & from our picturesque plateau from nearby sister-cities within Williamson county such as Leiper’s Fork, Thompson’s Station, Spring Hill, Columbia, Franklin and Brentwood; and of course Metro Nashville / Davidson County & beyond.

Fairview Delivers Natural Beauty & Economical Value:

Simply stated, in Fairview you’re likely to find more value for your dollar. Looking for a new home? …Home prices remain some of the lowest within our region, especially when compared to comparable properties in neighboring communities within Williamson County. Do you desire a world-class education for your children? The Williamson County School District is one of our nation’s finest! Natural benefits also accompany our city’s location; Crisp clean air, starlit nights and colorful sunsets are just a few of the expectations residents & families enjoy each & every day.

Poised For The Future:

Our city’s infrastructure is currently expanding in preparation for what will certainly be an extensive period of growth.

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