- 2014 Fairview Financial Statements
2014 Fairview Financial StatementsPosted 2 days ago
CITY OF FAIRVIEW, TENNESSEE
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 LanePosted 3 days ago
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 ReminderPosted 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…
- City Manager's Monthly Report: September 2014
City Manager’s Monthly Report: September 2014Posted 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 2014Posted 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 MeetingsPosted 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: 10-16-2014Posted 15 days ago
CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
FAIRVIEW CITY HALL
OCTOBER 16, 2014
1. Call to order by Mayor Totty.
A. Prayer and Pledge
2. Approval of the Agenda –
3. Citizen Comments – (Limited…
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.