March 23, 2022 traffic interruptions will commence for construction on 102 ave at the provincial building. Repairs to underground utilities will commence and continue until further notice. Please obey all barricades and signage.
The assessment notices were mailed on February 10th, 2022. Tax notices will be mailed out in May. If you did not receive your assessment notice, please call the Town Office and request a notice.
All non-linear assessment complaints for the Town of Fairview along with the applicable fees are due by April 19th, 2022. An assessment complaint must be filled out using the Government of Alberta Assessment Review Board Complaint Form (LGS1402). This form can be provided to you by the Town of Fairview office or you can download it from the Municipal Affairs website at www.municipalaffairs.alberta.ca.
Assessments are based on market value as of July 1, 2021. You may appeal the assessed value of your property, but not the tax rate.
For information about your assessment, please contact the Town’s assessors: KCL Consulting Inc online at www.kcl-consulting.com/inquiry-form/
The Town of Fairview Economic Development Committee would like to know your thoughts for the possibility of attracting a Fibre Optic Internet service provider and completing infrastructure within the town of Fairview. Survey may also be completed online via the link below or links can be found on Town of Fairview social media accounts.
Please fill out this survey to give the committee a better understanding of internet needs in Fairview, visit the links below to find out your current internet speed performance and contact your provider if you want a calculation of your household current internet usage.
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Use the link below to be directed to the online survey
DEADLINE: February 28, 2022
The Town of Fairview is asking for your vote to name the body of water on the East side of highway 732 (between the Fairview Golf Course and the entrance to Cummings Lake Recreation area), click the link below to submit your vote!
Survey Deadline: February 18th 2022
The purpose of the Robert E. Walter Memorial Scholarship is to financially assist persons from the North Peace and Mackenzie regions taking post secondary programs who plan to utilize their education in a career based in the North Peace or Mackenzie regions of northern Alberta.
Complete the Application Form for your chance to win this $500 scholarship
INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN
Persons owning property in the town of Fairview wishing to pay their current 2022 property taxes by monthly installments under the Town’s Preauthorized Tax Installment Payment Plan may do so by making arrangements at the Town Office by January 9th, 2022. Further information pertaining to new participants for the plan, contact the Town Office by calling 780-835-5461, emailing email@example.com or stop by the office.
Outstanding Property Taxes are due on December 31, 2021
If payment is not received by December 31, 2021 a 15% penalty will be assessed to the outstanding balance on January 1st, 2022.
Payment may be made at the office, through the banks, by internet or telephone banking, by mail or cheques can be dropped off in the drop off box located at the west entrance to the Provincial building. For information on taxation matters, contact the Town Office.
The wildlife feeding bylaw 1073/AC/2021 passed thrid reading at the October 5, 2021 council meeting.
For all bylaw concerns please contact bylaw enforcement at 780-835-1063.
Town of Fairview Animal Enfocement will be working closely with the Fairview Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Branch with concerns pertaining to this new bylaw. We ask residents to direct concerns regarding this bylaw to the bylaw enforcement deparment (780-835-1063) and not directly to the Fairview Fish and Wildlife branch, as the Town of Fairview bylaw will process the concern swiftly involving Fish and Wildlife officers only when required.