PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 16, 2016 FAIRBANKS, Alaska Shortly after midnight, the Fairbanks Police responded to the 300 block of 7th Avenue for reports of shots fired. As multiple calls came into the Dispatch Center, a responding officer radioed that he was shot. After shooting the officer, the suspect fled the […]
To view the UNOFFICIAL 2016 City of Fairbanks Election results, click here. All absentee, questioned and special needs ballots are included in the totals. The City election results will remain “UNOFFICIAL” until the City Council certifies the election results at the Regular Meeting of October 24, 2016.
To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of October 10, 2016, click here.
City Council Meeting – The following link contains the audio of the City Council Meeting that was held on September 19th, 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.
To view the City Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of October 10, 2016, click here.
The Unofficial Election results for the City of Fairbanks, City of North Pole, and Fairbanks North Star Borough regular elections do not reflect absentee, questioned and special needs ballots. The final count will take place on Tuesday, October 11, 2016.
The Girl Scouts from Troop 144, led by Scout Leader Joseph Price, came to the Patrick B. Cole City Hall to plant a tree. The tree is a Prunus Virginiana, commonly known as a chokecherry, that was donated to Troop 144 by Holm Town Nursery. The Girl Scouts met Mayor Eberhart and each of them […]
Absentee voting for the 2016 Municipal Election is still available at City Hall during regular business hours through 5 p.m., Monday, October 3. If you are not voting early, we hope to see you at the polls on Municipal Election Day, Tuesday, October 4. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and remain open until 8:00 p.m. For more information […]
The City of Fairbanks invites you to get involved in local government by joining a City board or commission! Some board and commission positions require that you be a City resident, but others are available to anyone in the community. Check out the vacancies listed below, and visit our Boards and Commissions page to apply […]