Continuing the Conversation with Governor Walker

Governor Walker held a day long meeting on “Continuing the Conversation Budget Discussion” last week here in Fairbanks. Community leaders were invited for a second time to participate in discussing Alaska’s economic future. Two objectives of the first gathering were to define the right size of government and to develop a solution most Alaskans agree […]

Cushman Street Reconstruction-Pardon Our Progress!

Cushman Street is still open for business!  The purple raven signs are there to remind everyone that our local businesses are there for you.   Don’t let a little challenge like construction get in your way to find the goods and services you need.  Cushman Street is getting an amazing make-over, please “Pardon Our Dust.”  We hope […]

Walgreens Grand Opening

Mayor Eberhart and his wife, Sylvia, attended the Grand Opening of Walgreens earlier this month. Mayor Eberhart gave a speech welcoming them to our community. Economic development has been an important part of Mayor Eberhart’s efforts in our community and he supports growth in our business sector. Thank you for coming to Fairbanks, Walgreens! Photo: […]

Welcome Emily Braniff!

Emily started today with the City Clerk’s Office:   My name is Emily Braniff, I was born and raised in Fairbanks.   I attended college in Michigan and did my student teaching in Colorado but like so many others, I found my way back to this beautiful place.   I enjoy spending time with my family, gardening, cooking […]

Sharps Needle Safety for All!

Please click on the “Read More” button below to watch a video from our Public Works, Police, and Fire departments on how we can work together to keep everyone safe and healthy!

Mayor’s Note: Diversity Action Plan Draft

April 17, 2015   Fairbanks Diversity Council (FDC) Works on Draft Diversity Action Plan (DAP)   Over the past several months, members of the Fairbanks Diversity Council have been working on a Diversity Action Plan (DAP) through the strategic planning process.  Although the DAP is not yet finalized, the group has identified goals for the […]

Mayor’s Note: Announcement Imminent-F16s and Grey Eagle Project

April 10, 2015     Recently, the Air Force held three scoping meetings in North Pole, Fairbanks, and Delta Junction, relating to the possible basing of F-35s (stealth fighter jets) at Eielson Air Force Base (EAFB).  A draft Environmental Impact Study (EIS) will be completed in the next few months and there will then be […]

Press Release: Charles “CB” Bettisworth Outstanding Citizen of 2014

PRESS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 7, 2015  City of Fairbanks Proclaims Charles “CB” Bettisworth Outstanding Citizen of 2014 Fairbanks, AK: At the Fairbanks City Council meeting on Monday, April 6, Mayor Eberhart read a City of Fairbanks proclamation heralding Charles “CB” Bettisworth as the Outstanding Citizen of 2014.  Mr. Bettisworth was honored for his […]

HACK ATTACK- WE ARE BACK AND SECURE

The City of Fairbanks website was down earlier today due to a hack attack. We’d like to blame it on the recent solar eclipse, but it was actually due to hackers who found our site interesting enough to hack (that makes us one of the cool sites). IMPORTANT: All payments made through the City of […]

Congratulations to Danyielle Snider: The New Fairbanks City Clerk!

Monday night at City Council Meeting, Danyielle Snider was appointed as the new City Clerk. Danyielle has worked for the City of Fairbanks since April of 2009. She first worked as a Cashier/Typist in the City Clerk’s office. She was soon promoted to Administrative Assistant in the Building Department. In 2011, she returned to the City […]