The Fairview City Council and Mayor Mike Weatherby will host 'Old Town NeighborFair' from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, at Fairview Community Center, 300 Harrison St.
City Community Development staff members will answer questions and provide information regarding code compliance issues and problems. Anybody with concerns including, but not limited to, issues such as neighbors' property being in city compliance, what to do with old cars or how neighbors responded to a recent survey on neighborhood nuisances are encouraged to participate.
Weatherby says the neighbor events are valuable to all citizens.
'NeighborFairs provide citizens with an opportunity to come together and connect with neighbors to discuss the happenings of the community,' he said. 'I encourage all residents to attend the event and share their comments and questions. The best way to continue to improve the quality of life in the city of Fairview is through frequent discussion and conversation about issues that are important to all of us.'
In addition to learning about common code compliance violations and how to resolve them, residents will be provided results of the Old Town Resident Survey on neighborhood nuisances and information about projects to improve the city's code compliance program.
Hot dogs, chips and refreshments will be provided.