Town Elections

The Town’s next General Election will occur for Town Council Mayor as well as Town Council Seats 1, 3 and 5 on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Candidate packets are available for pickup in person from the Utility Billing desk in Town Hall or via email from the Town Secretary, Liz Cappon at

Candidates may now file completed paperwork to be placed on the ballot; the deadline for filing correctly completed/notarized paperwork is at 5 p.m. on Friday, February 17, 2017. Paperwork that is not correctly completed and/or notarized by 5 p.m. on February 17 will be rejectedAccess more detailed Town Election information or the 2016 Election Results.

Christmas Tree Bulk Trash Pickup

Republic Services will pick up Christmas trees as bulk waste. Bulk items may be out no earlier than 5 p.m. the Friday before your designated bulk pick-up week and must be out by 7 a.m. on the Monday of your designated bulk week. See the 2017 Trash Recycling and Brush/Bulk Calendar with Map to find your week.

Additionally, Christmas trees may be taken to a free trash drop-off on Saturday, January 7 at the 121 Regional Disposal Facility, 3820 Sam Rayburn Highway Melissa 75454.

Board and Committee Openings

Want to serve your community? The Town utilizes numerous citizen run boards to ensure public input and participation in the Town's decision-making process.

To apply to serve, complete an Application to Serve. The Fairview Town Council reviews all applications and votes on all board appointments and reappointments. Board members are typically appointed for two-year terms. Email completed applications to Town Secretary, Liz Cappon at

Fairview Art Show

Calling all local artists! The Town of Fairview Art Show is fast approaching this Spring 2017. Begin to ready your entries now! The show will once again feature divisions for adults, teens and kids as well as the addition of a photography division this year. 

Fairview residents and those in surrounding communities are encouraged to enter original artwork, completed within the last three years; artwork will be judged by a featured juror. The show will be open for public viewing and will feature an awards reception with cash prizes for the adult division. More information and the entry packet will be posted here in the coming months.

DART Introduces Collin County Rides Taxicab Voucher Program

Fairview transitioned to a DART taxicab voucher program called Collin County Rides in fall of 2016. Collin County Rides is an innovative taxi subsidized service available to those 65 years of age or older and/or people living with a disability in Fairview, Allen and Wylie. Unlike the previous temporary bus service, this service will allow these residents the opportunity to travel anywhere within Collin County for any reason, including connecting to the DART service area. Learn more about the DART Collin County Rides Taxi Voucher Program.

Ten-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

For much of 2016, the Town Council and Staff worked on a 10-year Capital Improvement Program or CIP, to help plan for improvements to the Town's future needs including infrastructure, buildings, technology and major equipment. Learn more about the CIP in this presentation given before the Council.

Fraud Alert: Mail Forward and Phone ID Theft Scams

Town Staff and the Fairview Police Department have been made aware of several cases of identity theft occurring to residents of Heritage Ranch, as was also reported locally on WFAA. In the case of this particular scam, the crooks used the U.S. Postal Service’s online Official USPS Change of Address form to forward the victim’s mail to an alternate location. Learn more about this scam and how to protect yourself in this article.

Community Impact News Launches in Allen-Fairview

You may have seen or heard that there is a new online and monthly print periodical covering the Allen-Fairview area, Community Impact Newsrecently entered our market and is now regularly producing stories about what is happening in the Town. Be sure to check out their recent interview with our Mayor, Darion Culbertson as well as stories on our 10-year Capital Improvements Plan and the new Hotels coming to Town.

Hazardous Weather: An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness

Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness was written by FEMA and designed. Click here to learn more.

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Watering Restrictions Eased in the Town of Fairview Effective May 1st

North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) water supply reservoirs have reached sufficient levels and capacities to allow the District to ease watering restrictions earlier than previously planned. Beginning May 1, 2015, NTMWD will terminate all drought stages and will implement its Water Conservation Plan that limits landscape watering to no more than two days per week, and only if needed. The Town of Fairview has taken the same actions as NTMWD and will terminate all drought stages effective May 1, 2015. Even though the Town of Fairview will no longer be under drought restrictions the town’s Water Conservation Plan will remain in effect, which restricts lawn and landscape irrigation to twice per week. With this change in watering restrictions Town of Fairview water customers are no longer restricted to watering on certain days of the week and can choose which two days they wish to irrigate.

The Town of Fairview Water Conservation Plan calls for the following water restrictions:

  • Lawn irrigation watering is prohibited from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from April 1st to October 31st of each year.
  • Lawn and landscape irrigation limited to twice per week.
  • Watering of impervious surfaces is prohibited.
  • Outdoor watering during precipitation or freeze events is prohibited.
  • The use of treated water to fill or refill residential, amenity, and any other natural or manmade ponds is prohibited. A pond is considered to be a still body of water with a surface area of 500 square feet or more.
  • Rain and freeze sensors and/or ET or Smart controllers are required on all new irrigation systems. Rain and freeze sensors and/or ET or Smart controllers must be maintained to function properly.
  • “At home” car washing can be done only when using a water hose with a shut-off nozzle.
  • Watering areas that have been overseeded with cool season grasses is prohibited (such as rye grass or other similar grasses), except for golf courses and public athletic fields.

Below are a variety of tips that you might find helpful in your effort to conserve water:

  • Repair leaks, running toilets, dripping faucets, and broken sprinkler heads.
  • Water in the morning or evening when the temperatures are cooler.
  • Plant native, drought tolerant plants that require less water.
  • Adjust your lawn mower to at least one notch. A taller lawn holds more moisture.
  • Water only when plants look like they need it. Most plants die from over-watering.

Some excellent resources regarding smart landscaping and water conservation are:

Planning and Zoning

To review current Planning and Zoning items, please click here and select the "Current Planning" tabFor questions or concerns, please contact Planning Manager Israel Roberts at or 972-562-0522 ext. 5094.

Renew Your Alarm Permit

The Town of Fairview requires all alarm systems in any home or business in Fairview, whether monitored or not, to have a valid Alarm Permit. Alarm Permits must be renewed annually during the month of January.

For those who currently have an alarm permit, online renewal begins January 1. All permits are required to be renewed by January 31. To renew your permit, simply visit and enter your login name and password. If you need your login name and password, please contact Officer Gandy at  or 972-886-4211, ext. 5022. Please do not create a new account if you are having any issues accessing your account.

For those who have an alarm system and do not currently have an Alarm Permit, please contact Officer Gandy for information on obtaining one.

The residential renewal fee is $25 and the commercial renewal fee is $50. New residential permits are $50 and new commercial permits are $100.

Accounting Technician

An Accounting Technician is responsible for, under general supervision, accurately processes accounts payable by receiving, distributing, verifying, and timely paying invoices; maintains spreadsheets, vendor files and W-9 records; processes refunds and jury checks; assists with processing 1099’s, credit applications, sales tax exemption forms, and unclaimed property processing; and performs other related duties

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Maintenance Worker

A Maintenance Worker performs general labor and maintenance of town streets, parks, and facilities and infrastructure in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures; performs other related duties.

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Police Officer

A Police Officer is responsible for public safety, prevention of crime and enforcement of laws. Patrols community by vehicle, bicycle and on foot. Responds to calls for service, which include reports of criminal activity, traffic safety, crime prevention and general public safety problems. Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations of reported crimes, traffic accidents and complaints, including crime scene processing, interviewing witnesses/victims and enforcing violations of the law. This position requires valid TX driver license & basic TCLEOSE certification. Prefer 3+ years paid police experience.

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