Welcome to the Town of Fairfax! Whether you are a long-time or new resident, a visitor, or doing business with our community, we welcome you and hope you will find this website a useful resource.
Storm drain blocked? Streetlight out? Tree limb in road?
No problem! Use our “iworks” program to report an issue directly to our Public Works Department and track your request. Send a Public Works Maintenance Request
2010-2030 General Plan
Interested in viewing the Town's General Plan? It was approved in April 2012. Click the following links to read the documents: 2010-2030 General Plan | Appendices | Revised Appendix: Matrix
Certified Housing Element
The Housing Element in the General Plan was amended and adopted on October 22, 2013, and subsequently certified by the State of California. On September 17, 2014, it was amended again. Click the following links to read the documents:
Upcoming Bridge Repair/Maintenance Projects
The Town of Fairfax has begun a multi-year project to rehabilitate five bridges spanning the Fairfax and San Anselmo Creeks. We are committed to an open public process for this project, so we have met with neighborhood groups to gather input and held public workshops to share information, and hear your concerns and ideas. Please visit the project website at www.fairfaxbridges.com to get more information, find out about upcoming events, sign up for the project email list, and submit your comments.
Town Budget Available Online
Interested in the Town's budget? Click here for Fiscal Year 2013-2014, and here for the adopted 2014-15 budget. The Town’s fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30.
West Marin Little League Opening Day Parade, 9:30am – 11:00am
Where: Downtown Fairfax and Contratti Field
Description: Annual opening day parade for the West Marin Little League teams. Players on Contratti Field by 11 a.m.
Park & Rec Meeting (PARC), 7pm – 9pm
Where: Youth Center, 16 Park Road (map)
Climate Action Committee, 7pm – 9pm
Where: Community/Youth Center, 16 Park Road (map)
General Plan Implementation Committee, 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: Women's Club, 46 Park Road (map)
Agenda and Packet
CERT training, 8:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Where: College of Marin, Kentfield campus
More info | Register
view town calendar
There are many resources available to assist you in preparing for a disaster.
- ReadyMarin.org: guidance, classes, CERT training, and resources on emergency preparedness for citizens.
- Ross Valley Fire Department: comprehensive information on how to prepare for and handle certain events
- Fairfax flood siren FAQ: what to do when you hear the siren.
- Fairfax Creek Cam: 24/7 live feed of the creek under Town Hall.
- Free sand and sand bags for residents: in the Pavilion parking lot prior to storms.
Fairfax On-Line Civic Engagement Platform
NEW! Fairfax is launching an on-line forum (run by Peak Democracy) where you can provide public input on particular topics, as well as read what others are saying. The first topic is a Residential Parking Permit System. What are your thoughts? Please click here to go to the Community Forum..
Ordinance No. 786 was passed, approved, and adopted by the People of the Town of Fairfax voting on the fourth day of November 2014. For the full text of the ordinance, please click here.
Term of Office: Full 4-year term to 12-31-18 (2 vacancies)
Parks and Recreation Commission
Term of office: Unexpired term to 5-31-15
Fairfax Open Space Committee
Term of Office: 4 years
Term of office: Unexpired term to 4-30-16
Vacancies are effective immediately unless otherwise noted above.
Applicants are expected to attend one committee meeting prior to applying. Please click here for information.
Applications are available at Town Hall, 142 Bolinas Road, or online.
PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) Financing Program
The Town of Fairfax is pleased to announce an exciting financing option for homeowners and commercial property owners throughout the Town to make building improvements that save energy or water, such as new windows, insulation, solar panels, energy-efficient HVAC equipment, drip irrigation systems, and more. PACE is an affordable, long-term financing option for energy, water, and renewable energy upgrades to buildings and homes that you can repay on your property taxes over a time period up to 20 years. This special assessment on your property tax bill remains with the property in the event of sale. Property owners receive 100% financing of improvement costs and projects can be cash-flow positive from day one. No up-front cash investment is required.
CaliforniaFIRST is authorized to provide PACE in the Town. To learn more, visit their website at https://californiafirst.org or call (844) 589-7953. Beckie Menten of Marin Clean Energy is also available to answer questions about the program: firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.464.6034.
Smart Meter Update
Interested in information on the Town's actions regarding Smart Meters? For more information click here.