The Fairbanks Police Department is seeking your assistance in identifying the three men shown in a video on the Fairbanks PD Facebook page. These three men are sought in connection with the events surrounding the homicide of John D. Kavairlook, Jr. that occurred on May 17, 2015. Anyone who can identify one or more of these […]
Welcome, Maxx! Maxx began employment on May 4, 2015 with the City of Fairbanks. Maxx Morrell is a veteran of the U.S. Army with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He and his family enjoy everything life in Alaska has to offer. Maxx enjoys hunting, fishing, road trips, reading, and ice cream.
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 […]
Welcome Tim Zinza! Tim began employment on Monday with the City of Fairbanks in the Engineering Department as an Engineer III: Tim moved to Fairbanks in July, 1987 from Connecticut solely for the unique appeal the state of Alaska has to offer. Tim married a second generation Alaskan, Ginnie Hansen, in 1990, whom he has […]
Housing First Fairbanks held their Christmas Party earlier this week, and Director Shirley Lee invited Police Chief Aragon to the event. Chief Aragon invited several officers to the party and a fine time was had by all! Photo includes: Officer Johnson, Chief Aragon, Officer Hall, and Director Shirley Lee
One of our great employees has taken on a new role! Effective January 1, 2015, Shannon Kumpula will begin work as the Compliance, Purchasing and Risk Manager. Shannon has been working for the City of Fairbanks since June 1, 2011 as an Accounting Specialist for Payroll and Benefits in the Finance Department. Shannon brings a […]
Fairbanks Chief of Police Randall Aragon was sworn in Monday night at the City Council meeting by City Clerk Janey Hovenden. Mayor Eberhart introduced and welcomed Chief Aragon. Chief Aragon will be very involved in the community and his expertise will serve our community well.
Mayor Eberhart held a joint Press Conference on Monday to notify the community of the actions the City of Fairbanks has taken in seeking answers for the family of John Wallis. Sharon McConnell of Denakkanaaga, Shirley Lee of the Alaska Native Justice Task Force, Steve Ginnis of Fairbanks Native Association, and Will Mayo of Tanana […]
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.