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News Release
Closure of Fairview City Hall - 03/23/20

In accordance with the “Stay Home” Order issued by Governor Brown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Fairview City Hall is closed, effective immediately and until further notice.

The Governor’s Order requires all non-essential employees to remain home and not report to work.  While important functions are performed at City Hall, very few tasks are considered “essential” (although many employees will be working remotely).  To effectively combat the COVID-19 pandemic, we implore our non-essential employees and citizens to abide by the Governor’s Order.

2020 has brought our community an unprecedented challenge, little did we expect that COVID-19 was going to impact every corner of our nation.  With the schools suspended and the ever-increasing social distancing measures, we must strive to eliminate this threat in the quickest and most efficient ways.  As the Governor enacts a new set of orders, we must come together (but no closer than 6 feet and less than 10 people) to keep our community healthy.  Please do everything in your power to limit your contact and give the health professionals the time needed to treat the sick. 

Since we are a community, I encourage you to check on your neighbors, whether they are elderly, have health issues or you’re just worried about them. We want to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe during this crisis.  If you, yourself, have health challenges and need essential services, please reach out.  I’m proud to be part of this community and know that East County is strong and resilient.  Please make your family and their continued health your top priority in the coming months.

The City’s website www.fairvieworegon.gov will be updated with the latest information regarding the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as links to County, State and Federal health agencies.  The health and wellness of the community remains our priority. 

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