On March 25, Mayor Eberhart attended Governor Walker’s address at The Westmark. The Governor discussed the state budget situation. He stressed the need for the Legislature to take decisive action this year to balance the budget through a number of steps so that we do not face the deficit and related problems in future years.
by Olivia Jeans and Denzel Harris, Lathrop H.S. Interns Computers, servers, and data processing. What do all of these have in common? They all have to do with the IT department located in City Hall. The IT department oversees all information tech in the city of Fairbanks; including but not limited to cell phones, computers, […]
Mayor Eberhart spoke today at the Choose Respect Rally about the importance of violence prevention. The 2015 Alaska Victimization Survey shows that the number of women reporting sexual violence, intimate partner violence, or both has decreased from 2010 to 2015!
To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of March 21, 2016, click the below link. Council Action Notice – 03/21/2016
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On March 14, Mayor Eberhart welcomed the delegates at the opening of the Tanana Chiefs Conference Annual Convention. TCC surprised the Mayor by presenting a check in the amount of $5,000 toward operation of the Community Service Patrol. The Downtown Association of Fairbanks and the City of Fairbanks work together to fund and operate the […]
Mayor Eberhart (third from right) and Mayor Kassel (far right) from the Fairbanks North Star Borough were pleased to meet with a delegation from Yakutsk, Russia. The Yakutsk delegation discussed with the Mayors and borough staff flood control, flood mitigation, and flood recovery. Yakutsk is a sister city to the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
My name is Shasta Pomeroy and I have been recently employed as a Data Management Clerk for the Fairbanks Police Department. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Justice from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and a Graduate Certificate in Crime Scene Investigations from the University of California – Riverside. I have lived in Alaska since […]
Brendon began working for the IT since January 28th, 2016. He’s a sophomore at West Valley High School who enjoys working with computers and software editing programs. Brandon will make a great contribution to the Fairbanks City Hall with his technical and software expertise!
Jennifer Campbell became a City of Fairbanks Intern on January 25th, 2016. Jennifer has lived in Alaska for 13 years and enjoys being involved with West Valley High School. Jennifer learned about the intern opportunity from her teacher at West Valley High School. Jennifer will be interning for the City Hall HR department, doing important human […]