City of Fairbanks Mayor Jim Matherly announces the following changes in his Administration effective November 21, 2016: Mike Meeks has accepted the position of Chief of Staff. No stranger to public service, Mr. Meeks retired from Federal Service after 36 years as an Army Officer and an Army Civilian. During that time period he was […]
To view the City Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of November 7, 2016, click here.
Condolences for Sgt. Allen Brandt’s family continue. Sgt. Brandt was a police officer for the City for over 12 years and touched many people’s lives through his compassion and professionalism. Details regarding memorial services will be made available as they are finalized.
We would like to introduce Mayor Jim Matherly by putting him in the spotlight. Lydia Samuel, one of our West Valley High School interns, sat down with Mayor Matherly and asked him a few questions to help the people of Fairbanks get more acquainted with him. Matherly thinks the most difficult part about his new […]
City Council Meeting – The following link contains the audio of the City Council Meeting that was held on October 24th, 2016. 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.
At the Regular Meeting of October 24, 2016, the Fairbanks City Council certified the 2016 Municipal Election returns.
To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of October 24, 2016, click here.
The City Clerk’s Office will accept Hotel/Motel Discretionary Fund Grant Applications through 5 p.m. Monday, October 31, 2016. To download the application or to learn more about who may apply, visit our Discretionary Fund Information page!
To view the City Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of October 24, 2016, click here.
Welcome (left to right) Ryan Holland, Kerry Kirby, Michelle Gutierrez, and Matt Fellman Ryan Holland was originally from Savannah, Georgia. He began as a volunteer EMT while earning his degree in geology. When he moved to Fairbanks five years ago, he began volunteering with the Ester Volunteer Fire Department. He received great training over the […]