Archives for December 2017

Christmas Tree Recycling Schedule

The City Public Works Department will be picking up Christmas trees for recycling beginning Thursday, January 4th and continuing every Thursday through January. Trees will NOT be collected with the regular garbage. Garbage collectors will note the addresses of citizens who have put trees out for collection and will return on Thursday to pick them […]

New Year’s Holiday Garbage Collection Schedule

City offices will be closed Monday January 1, 2018 for the New Year’s holiday. Garbage normally collected on Monday will be picked up on Tuesday along with Tuesday’s regular route. Please have your garbage curbside by 7AM as routes and times may vary. Contact the City Public Works Department at 459-6770 if you have any […]

City Council Action Notice – 12/11/2017

To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of December 11, 2017, click here.

UNOFFICIAL Hotel/Motel Discretionary Fund Awards – 2018 Distribution

The Hotel/Motel Discretionary Fund Committee met on Friday, December 8 to announce their recommendation for awards for grant distribution in January of 2018.  The awards will not be official until approved by the City Council on January 8, 2018.  To view the proposed allocations, click here.

City Council Agenda Packet – 12/11/2017

To view the City Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of December 11, 2017, click here.

City Council Audio – 12/04/2017

City Council Meeting – The following link contains the audio of the City Council Meeting that was held on December 4th, 2017. Audio from past Council Meetings Available here: Link NOTE: If you’re having trouble listening to the audio for this meeting, please try playing the recording in Firefox.

City Council Action Notice – 12/04/2017

To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of December 4, 2017, click here.

RFTC Water Contamination Update

DATE: November 29, 2017 MEDIA CONTACT: Teal Soden, Communications Director, 907-987-0867,  The City of Fairbanks would like to provide an update regarding the City’s response to date on the Regional Fire Training Center (RFTC) water contamination. After Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) were first discovered at the City of Fairbanks Regional Fire Training Center in 2015, […]