A prime example of what happens when business, citizens and government work together, Fairfield's Town Center and Village Green are inspired works of city planning and landscape architecture that are as beautiful as they are functional.
Described as one of the crown jewels of Fairfield's Village Green, the $10 million Community Arts Center houses a 250-seat theater, an arts and crafts studio, dance and fitness studio, children’s room, senior lounge, a banquet room with a balcony overlooking Village Green Park and an art gallery.
Village Green Park, with its beautiful fountains, sculptures and amphitheater, is one of Fairfield's premier venues for community events and is home to a popular summer concert series and numerous festivals.
The Village Green also includes the new, state-of-the-art Lane Public Library that has nearly 400,000 items in regular circulation.
A focal point of downtown Fairfield, Village Green Park offers meandering walkways amid a serene setting of fountains, a reflecting pool, waterfalls, and flowing waterways.
In addition to an amphitheater, restrooms, gazebo, children's play area and ample quiet seating, the park also plays host to a myriad of events, including the Fairfield Fire Department's "Movies in the Park," the "Groovin' on the Green" summer concert series and various festivals and events.
Village Green Park is located at 301 Wessel Drive between the Fairfield Community Arts Center and the Lane Library.