First Work-Based Learning Experience Completed!

Today, May 14, the staff at the Patrick B. Cole City Hall is saying goodbye to Jada Anderson, the first student to participate in the new Work Study Program. Jada is graduating from West Valley High School and will be leaving for the Air Force this summer. We thank Jada for being a hard worker and her outstanding social media contributions while working here the past 10 weeks.

Mayor Eberhart presents Jada with a gold pan with the City seal and thanks her for her time and efforts.
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Council Action Notice – 05/12/14

To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of May 12, 2014 click the below link.

Council Action Notice – 05/12/2014

Welcome Alaska Peace Officers Association Conference

Mayor Eberhart welcomes the Alaska Peace Officers Association 2014 Crime Conference to Fairbanks this morning. Improved public safety is Mayor Eberhart’s top priority. The City of Fairbanks is pleased to have these law enforcement professionals gather here during National Police Week. Amber
Photo: Brad Johnson
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Council Agenda Packet – 05/12/14

To view the City Council Agenda for the Regular Meeting of May 12, 2014 click the below link.

Council Agenda Packet – 05/12/2014

Council Action Notice – 05/05/14

To view the Council Action from the Regular Meeting of May 5, 2014, click the below link.

Council Action Notice – 05/05/2014

HURRY! The deadline for submitting your Diversity Council Application is Sunday, May 25, 2014!

On March 10, 2014 the Fairbanks City Council adopted Ordinance No. 5939 creating a Fairbanks Diversity Council (FDC).  Mayor Eberhart invites you to serve our community by applying for a seat on this commission.

The purpose of the FDC is to provide a citizens’ forum to the City Council and the Borough Assembly, provide advice and recommendations to promote equal opportunity for all members of the public, serve as a diversity advisory board, and recommend adoption of a Diversity Action Plan. The FDC will consist of 15 voting members, 12 of which will be appointed by the City Mayor and subject to approval by the City Council.  Eight of those 12 members must be residents of the City of Fairbanks.  Three of the voting members will be appointed by the Fairbanks North Star Borough (FNSB) Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Borough Assembly.

To learn more or to apply, visit our Fairbanks Diversity Council page.

THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR INITIAL SEATING ON THE FAIRBANKS DIVERSITY COUNCIL IS SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014!!

City Employee Blood Drive

Yesterday, employees of the City of Fairbanks donated blood through the Blood Bank of Alaska at the Patrick B. Cole City Hall. Employees from the Fairbanks Fire Department, Police Department, Public Works, and City Hall administration participated in donating blood. Pictured is Candy Dyer who is a seasonal employee that came in on her “off season” to give blood that could help save lives. Photo taken by Amber Courtney.
~Jada~
http://www.bloodbankofalaska.org/
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New Employee: Ali Fletcher-Nolan

Meet Ali Fletcher-Nolan, the newest employee of the City of Fairbanks. He grew up in Chitina, AK and went to Kenny Lake High School. He has lived in Fairbanks since 1996. Ali joined the Laborers Union in 2001 and has worked in road construction ever since. In 2011, he started working for the Public Works Department as a seasonal winter employee. Yesterday, he was hired as full time permanent employee for the City of Fairbanks.  (Jada)IMG_1449 (2)
Photo by Amber Courtney.

 

Mayor’s Notes, May Edition

Mayor Eberhart continues to make communication with you his priority. One of the ways we can accomplish this is by providing a monthly newsletter covering topics and events the City is involved in. We hope you find this helpful and informative and would appreciate your comments and thoughts anytime at 907.459.6793. Thank you, Amber.

City of Fairbanks, Mayor's Notes, Volume 1 Issue 4

A Note From Mayor Eberhart

The tragic loss of Alaska State Troopers Sergeant Scott Johnson and Trooper Gabe Rich reminds us of what it truly means to be a hero; to put your comfort, safety, and life in danger to serve and protect others. I am in awe of their sacrifice and saddened by the loss of these two fine law enforcement officers. Let us express our deepest sympathies to the officer’s families.

Mayor John Eberhart