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City of Fairview Order Prohibited: Use of Consumer Fireworks Within the City of Fairview - 08/01/22

Effective August 1, 2022, use of consumer fireworks in the City of Fairview is prohibited. This prohibition will continue until the July 25, 2022 Multnomah Fire Defense Board burn ban within the City of Fairview is lifted, or until this Order is rescinded.

“Consumer fireworks” means:
(a) A cone fountain, a cylindrical fountain, a flitter sparkler, a ground spinner, an illuminating torch or a wheel, or a combination of two or more of those items; and
(b) Any other items, other than exempt fireworks, containing 500 grams or less of pyrotechnic composition that the State Fire Marshal recognizes by rule to be suitable for retail sale to members of the general public for individual use. [ORS 480.111(2)]

NOTE: Violation of this ORDER is subject to a civil penalty of up to $1,000 for each day of violation.

NOTICE: OUTDOOR BURN BAN The Multnomah Fire Defense Board has issued an outdoor burn ban effective July 25, 2022 in all areas of Multnomah County. The burn ban includes recreational campfires, fire pits, yard debris (branches, yard debris, etc.), agricultural burning (agricultural wastes, crops, field burning, etc.), and permits issued for open burning (other land clearing, slash, stump, debris, or controlled burning) until further notice. Contact the Gresham Fire Department for more information. For updated burning information please call the burning information line at: 503-618-3083

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Fairview on the Green 2022 (Photo) - 07/21/22

The City of Fairview is proud to announce the 2022 Fairview on the Green summer festival. This will be the 14th year of this annual event and community tradition. The festival is Saturday, July 30th in Fairview Community Park, 21600 NE Park Lane. It will kick off at 10:00 AM with the popular free Kids’ Zone, plus over 35 vendors, including great food vendors, as well as free entertainment, Chalk the Walk (sidewalk art contest), beer & wine garden, and much more. 

There will be Pirates on the Green from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM, when BilgeRats & Pyrettes will take to the stage to delight the audience with an interactive, fun, family-oriented pirate band show.  Scott Tom, DJ extraordinaire, will keep everyone entertained with music and fun games, with prizes throughout the day. The Wilkes Bailet Folklorico and the Aztec Dance Group will each perform in the afternoon. The band Remedy will play from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. This high energy dance band will be playing the best of the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s and promises a good time for all. 

Admission is free and all are welcome. Free ADA parking is provided next to the event. For the general public, free on-street parking is available nearby.  TriMet’s 77 Broadway/Halsey bus line has a stop just three blocks away.  For more information on this signature event go to or contact Devree Leymaster with the City of Fairview. She can be reached at 503-674-6224 or by email

Fairview on the Green is being presented by the City of Fairview and its citizen Community Engagement Committee, with sponsorship by: First Community Credit Union, Allwood Recyclers Inc., Townsend Farms, The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, Five Star Storage Co., Twelve Mile Disposal Services, General Pacific, Inc., Mt. Hood Community College/Toyota, and Quality Diesel Parts.