A request has been submitted to the City to construct a a stand-alone Starbucks coffee shop with a drive-thru within the Stockton Station Planned Unit Development. See additional information here.
A new housing opportunity for senior living in Fairfield will soon be a reality. Patterson Place, a multi-million dollar apartment complex for seniors 55 years old or greater, is slated to break group spring, 2016.
The City of Fairfield reviews development site plans weekly for all projects. The review process begins with the submission of a Site Plan Review Application and Checklist. For more information about the review process, follow this link.
The preservation of property values is important to home owners and the City. NEAT is a pro-active neighborhood enhancement program that targets private and public property concerns such as property maintenance, brush and limb collection, storm sewer maintenance and crime prevention efforts. The current mailing of the 2016 season has been sent to 446 residents residing in the areas defined by the attached map. Each letter includes a survey requesting feedback on common issues affecting residents. The program is comprised of representatives from Building and Zoning, Public Works and the Police Department working together to make neighborhoods more viable.
Follow this link to learn more about various Fairfield codes, including the Building Code, the Zoning Code, the Fire Code, signage regulations and many other codified ordinances.
Neighbors of vacant property or properties with maintenance issues are encouraged to contact the Building Inspection & Zoning Division at (513) 867-5321 or PropertyMaintenance@fairfield-city.org to initiate City involvement. The name of the person filing the complaint is not reported to the property owner.