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GOVERNMENT


Welcome to the City of Fairborn
Government Center

The City of Fairborn Government Center is located at:
44 West Hebble Avenue

Fairborn, Ohio 45324
937-754-3030
info@fairbornoh.gov

Fairborn's administrative offices, Council Chambers, and Police Station are located at the Government Center. The Government Center serves as a central point for questions or general information about Fairborn.  All City facilities are handicap-accessible. The Government Center is located at 44 West Hebble Avenue between Broad Street and Central Avenue.

General building hours are 8 AM to 5 PM weekdays; however, the police station is open 24 hours. All City offices are closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, MLK Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, the Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve (offices close at noon), Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve (offices close at noon) 

Please use the menu on the left to navigate your way through the site. 

The Government Structure
The City of Fairborn has a Council-Manager form of government. Under this form of government, the Council is responsible for the legislative function of the municipality through establishing policy, passing legislation, and developing an overall vision for the community. The Council voted into office by public elections, appoints a city manager, which oversees administrative operations and implements its policies. Council also appoints citizens onto committees that help to make recommendations to the Council.

City of Fairborn Mission Statement
In order to promote and provide for the safety, health, and welfare of our residents, it is the mission of the City of Fairborn - (as per Resolution 96-90 August 1990):
To deliver municipal services through cost-effective and professional means and in a friendly, courteous manner.
To be responsible for individual concerns while maintaining the good of the entire community.
To provide appropriate planning for the continued development and improvement of the City.
To foster citizen involvement in the City's decision-making process.
To be involved and provide leadership in areas of inter-governmental cooperation.
 

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estimated population

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1950

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