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Residential Sidewalk Clearing Program

Fairview Town Council’s vision of providing a quality, sustainable, engaged and attractive community, now includes the Residential Sidewalk Clearing Program.

This snow removal program will run as a trial for the 2020-2021 winter season, and as Public Works crew begin working with the new machinery we ask the public to remain patient as we process the best possible work plan for our community.

Crews will begin testing the new equipment shortly and throughout this trial season they will be providing snow removal for all sidewalks in residential areas of Fairview.

With this new Council initiative, there will be NO Bylaw Enforcement of residential sidewalk clearing; however as this is the trial season we are not able to anticipate the time duration for sidewalk clearing.

We welcome you to continue clearing your residential area if you are not satisfied waiting for Public Works to clear in your area.

#fairviewalberta #communitythatcares

Fairview Regional Aquatic Centre OPEN October 13, 2020

The Town of Fairview is pleased to OPEN the Aquatic Centre October 14th, 2020 with lesson registration available October 13 (call Pool Reception 780-835-2812 ext 3 9:30am). View the weekly schedule uploaded to our website and online social platforms ( Facebook & Instagram ) and the available Swim Lessons (Hot Tub is not open at this time)

Book your swim time by contacting pool reception and ensure to complete the COVID-19 Prescreen before entering the building and have your email QR Code ready for scanning





Alberta Relaunch – Alberta Health

As part of the Alberta Relaunch, Alberta Health has strongly recommended wearing masks/face coverings when going out to public locations where you may end up close to other people. This includes grocery shopping, personal services and the post office, among others. Wearing a mask is important even if you don’t feel sick, as COVID-19 is asymptomatic (meaning you don’t feel sick) for some people and for the first few days for almost everyone. Wearing a mask doesn’t do very much to protect you, but it can protect others from you, which is why we all have to work together.

Alberta Health information on masks

Information from the City of Grande Prairie on masks

How to wear a non-medical mask

Mandatory Mask bylaw for Consideration

Fairview Town Council is considering a bylaw that identifies the trigger points for mandatory face coverings in indoor public spaces within the Town of Fairview.  This bylaw will be presented to Council September 15, 2020, for consideration.


Please submit any polite opinions, questions, or concerns in writing for Council’s consideration BEFORE the next meeting September 15, 2020. Submissions can be made to Town of Fairview, ATTN: Legislative Services, Box 730, Fairview Alberta T0H 1L0 or via email to Submissions made on social media will NOT be considered.

Council wishes to thank all residents and town visitors for their understanding and cooperation during the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage everyone to wear a face-covering to help reduce opportunities for COVID-19 spread in our community.

Traffic Pattern Interruption

As PRSD completes construction at FHS and EEO, We wish to advise that there are going to be traffic pattern interruptions during the following student drop off / pick up times:

8:30 am – 9:15

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Barricades will be placed on the following locations, to allow bussing students a SAFE loading area:

106 ave – between 104 & 105 ave (FHS)

103 ave – between 112 & 113 st (EEO)

These barricaded loading areas will only be effective during the posted times, and barricades will be removed AFTER loading times daily.  Please do not attempt to drive within the barricaded area’s as this traffic interruption is for the SAFETY of our children.

Construction is set for completion: FHS – Sept 16-24 | EEO Sept 30- Oct 7 (approximations) after which traffic patterns will return to normal.  As always the Town of Fairview encourages drivers to ensure extreme caution and patience when driving through school zones.

Road Construction

August 26, 2020 – UPDATE

Road Construction timeline has been delayed. Start date and timeline will be updated when they have been confirmed. Please follow the Town of Fairview Social Media and this advisory for updated information

Crews will be working on the following roads during the dates specified. Please be mindful of workers, warning signs and traffic interruptions.

Please contact the Town Office with any concerns, thank you for your patience!

Tuesday, August 25, 2020114 Street and 102 Avenue Intersection
Wednesday, August 26, 2020102 Avenue
Thursday, August 27, 2020102 Avenue
Friday, August 28, 2020104 Avenue
Saturday, August 29, 2020104 Avenue

Boil Water Advisory Issued – NOW LIFTED

Due to the failure of equipment responsible for chlorinating our water, inadequate chlorine disinfection may result. A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued for water from the Fairview Water Treatment plant. This includes all water users within the Town of Fairview, the Hamlet of Bluesky, the Fairview Water Co-op and the truck fill stations in Fairview and Bluesky.

UPDATE: Once repairs are completed, a water sample is sent for testing and then AHS must authorize the lifting of the advisory. We are currently estimating that the advisory should be lifted by Wednesday.

UPDATE 09-Aug-2020 5:00 PM: Repairs were completed shortly after the problem was detected and many tests have been run by our Public Works staff throughout the town to test the chlorine levels in the water, which appear to be acceptable. However, due to an abundance of caution, it was determined by the appropriate officials to declare a precautionary boil water advisory. Due to couriers and testing facilities not being open today, it is expected that the advisory will remain on until Wednesday. Please continue to follow all advisory information until such time that the advisory is lifted.

UPDATE 12-Aug-2020 9:30 AM: We have been notified that the timeline for testing and removal of the advisory has been extended to tomorrow (Thursday, 13-Aug-2020). We will continue to notify on this page as we receive more information. Please continue to follow all advisory information until such time that the advisory is lifted by AHS.

UPDATE 13-Aug-2020 2:00 PM: We are still awaiting confirmation of the test results and the advisory to be lifted by AHS. Our staff are doing all they can to encourage all third parties to expedite the procedures.

UPDATE 14-Aug-2020 3:10 PM: We have received notification from AHS that the boil water advisory has now been lifted.

Please check the following links for more information and instructions:

Information for Businesses

Request for Proposals – ED 08-07-20

The Fairview Economic Development committee is seeking proposals from Social Marketing companies to provide local businesses with multiple marketing products and education. Click on the PDF below for the complete RFP specifications and submission requirements.


Submission Deadline: All submissions must be recieved no later than 4:00 pm on August 7, 2020

Inquires Regarding the RFP:

Daryl Greenhill

Chief Administrative Officer

Town of Fairview

Phone: 780-835-5461