This scholarship is intended for high school students, students already in a qualifying program, and adults considering enrolling in a medical or health-related program in person or online. It is designed to provide financial support to students entering a healthcare or medical-related program and encourage them to live and work in the Fairview region.
Proof of residence – To be eligible applicants must call one of the following municipalities home: Town of Fairview, Village of Hines Creek, M.D. of Fairview No. 136, or Clear Hills County.
Town of Fairview Council will receive any written or verbal delegation submissions respecting the proposed Bylaw at a Public Hearing. Written submissions or delegation requests can be submitted in person, by mail, or by EMAIL not later than 12:00 pm November 30, 2023 at:
Town of Fairview
Attention: Lynn Lekisch; Legislative Services
#101, 10209-109 st Provincial Building
Fairview, AB, T0H 1L0
Fairview Public Works, we are committed to providing our community with safe and clean tap water. We would like to inform you that we are currently aware of a temporary earthy odor and a slight taste in our tap water. We understand that this may cause some concern, but we want to assure you that our water undergoes daily testing to ensure it meets all regulatory compliance standards and is safe for consumption.
As part of our commitment to public health and safety, our dedicated team of experts conducts rigorous testing on our tap water regularly. The earthy odor and slight taste that you may have noticed in your tap water are temporary and do not pose any health risks. While these occurrences are uncommon, they can occasionally happen due to various factors, such as changes in the source water or environmental fluctuations. To Minimize the impact you may run your water for a few minutes prior to use, this may help in the reduction of the odour.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the temporary earthy odor and slight taste in our tap water. Your health and safety remain our highest priority, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time. We value open and transparent communication with our community.
We understand the importance of keeping you informed about any changes or issues related to your tap water. Rest assured that we are actively monitoring the situation and will provide updates, as necessary.
Director of Public Works
Town of Fairview
Mayor MacLeod has called a special meeting of Council for July 25, 2023 7:00 pm
The CLOSED meeting will be held at 10209-109st Provincial Building Fairview, AB
Agenda for this meeting is available at https://fairview.civicweb.net/Portal/
Hey Fairview! Construction of our super fast fiber internet network is coming! As we work to bring infrastructure that will (literally!) last generations in Fairview, there is a lot that will be going on!
You will see flags and maybe paint in your back alleyways, front yards, and on your property that shows where existing utilities are located. Please leave flags and paint where they are so our construction teams knows where and where not to build. We need permission from you, the home owner, to build a drop to your home and make sure we don’t hit irrigation or invisible dog fences so we won’t build in your property without your approval first.
We’ve written out on our blog here what to expect in the coming months as we work to close the digital divide in Fairview. From construction on your street, to your home, and remediation along the way. Check it out here on our blog HERE
Sign your Access Agreement today and let’s get Fairview on Fast Fiber
Exciting Announcement: Peace County Made Company is Unleashing the Power of Fiber Optic Internet in Fairview
We are thrilled to announce Canadian Fiber Optics is making a major investment in a cutting-edge fiber optic network that will revolutionize Fairview. This Peace County made company, has been investing in new telecommunications infrastructure across the region and Northern Lights Fiber (our internet providing arm) is providing lightning fast internet with no data caps and, customized connectivity solutions for businesses.
Construction will begin mid July and will be complete end of 2023.
Rural Canada’s fastest internet will be available in September but check out our service offering and sign up at http://www.lightupfairview.ca for free installation.
We want to provide you with some important details:
1. Lightning-Fast and reliable Internet: Say goodbye to slow speeds after school and on the weekends! The fiber optic network will provide ultra-fast, reliable internet, ensuring seamless streaming, rapid downloads, uploads, and uninterrupted video conferencing.
2. Enhanced Communication: Experience crystal-clear conversations with no lag or disruptions. This network will bring us closer together, enabling seamless communication through video calls, voice chats, and messaging platforms.
3. Empowered Education: Students will be at the forefront of progress. The fiber optic network will provide students and teachers with cutting-edge digital tools, online resources, and immersive learning experiences when doing homework and prep at home.
4. Business Growth: Unlocking opportunities for local businesses, the fiber optic network offers faster data transfer, efficient cloud services, and secure connectivity. It will attract new enterprises, empower startups, and enable remote work opportunities.
Please note as Canadian Fiber Optics builds this new underground infrastructure, there will be noise and some temporary disturbance. Rest assured, our dedicated crew will do their utmost to minimize any inconvenience caused.
This investment propels us into a connected future of innovation and prosperity. Together, let’s embrace this exciting journey!
Sign up early for free installation: http://www.lightupfairview.ca
Installation Access Agreement
The Town of Fairview Fire Ban has now been downgraded to a FIRE RESTRICTION.
Under this restriction:
Cooking and heating appliances such as charcoal briquette barbecues, recreational fire pits, and patio heaters fueled by liquid fuel such a propane or natural gas are permitted.
No Fire Permits will be issued
The discharge of fireworks is strictly prohibited
Never leave a campfire unattended. Soak it, stir it and soak it again until cool to the touch to ensure it is extinguished.
The Fire restriction will remain in effect until conditions improve. For more information see: