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

Council Agenda Packet – 05/05/14

To view the Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of May 05, 2014, click the below link.

Agenda Packet – 05/05/2014

Employee Highlight: Linda Dewey

Linda Dewey has worked as a Legal Secretary for the City of Fairbanks for 27 years. She currently works in the Attorney’s Office at the Patrick B. Cole City Hall. She is the only person that works in her position and has taken on a large work-load. Linda was a legal secretary at a law firm before coming to work for the City. When she is not at work, Linda enjoys spending time with her children at the dirt track cheering on her husband, who races cars. She also enjoys playing with her dogs. Linda is an amazing quilter and has donated several beautiful quilts to causes such as the upcoming Heart Walk to help raise funds.


First Friday at City Hall: Jean Lester “Faces of Alaska”

Please also join us during the First Friday event, May 2, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for “Photovoice,” a pictorial perspective on the prevention of underage drinking and adult heavy/binge drinking.








Welcome to 3 new Emergency Communication Dispatchers

We are glad to welcome 3 new dispatchers. Pictured below are Mayor Eberhart, Emergency Communication Center Manager Stephanie Johnson and our 3 new dispatchers. Alicia Alexander, Kimberly Dolci, and Kasey-Lyn Wilson.Alicia – I have had an interest in public safety and emergency services ever since I can remember! I started pursuing this interest professionally as a volunteer with Girdwood Fire Department, I worked for the University for the Municipal Fire Degree Program and I will graduate this summer with a Bachelors of Emergency Management degree. Of which, each these opportunities allowed me to grow, learn, network and transition into employment with the City working as an emergency dispatcher. Dispatch has been a very good fit, I love it- I look forward to a long exciting career here.

Kimberly – I am a permanent Emergency Dispatcher at FECc and I started work on March 17th of this year. I have a Bachelors degree in Justice Studies with a minor in Communication Studies from San Jose University. In California I worked at the Palo Alto Police Department and Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department in various capacities. I started as a Cadet at PAPD when I was in high school and later became a Captain of their Explorer Program. I later worked as a Police Assistant (CSO) at Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department before my move to Fairbanks in August of 2013.

Kasey – I have 2 kids that keep me very busy. After being in the accounting world for most of my career I decided to make a leap of faith and go for my dream job as a 911 Dispatcher.



Working to bring the F35s to Fairbanks

Council Member Renee Staley and Chief of Staff Jim Williams gather signatures to show community support for bringing the F35′s to Fairbanks. The booth was at the Fairbanks Outdoor Show this past weekend. photo (22)

 If you would like to show your support, please visit: Amber

Fort Wainwright Earth Day Celebration

IMG_1387 (2)Left to right are Mayor John Eberhart-City of Fairbanks, Mayor Bryce Ward-City of North Pole, and Mayor Luke Hopkins-Fairbanks North Star Borough, at Fort Wainwright’s Earth Day celebration today. They are flanked by Trashion Show participants wearing upcycled-recycled garments. Amber

Council Action Notice – 04/21/14

To view the Council Action from the Regular Meeting of April 21, 2014 click the below link.

Council Action Notice – 04/21/2014