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March 23, 2023, 4:02 pm
Mostly cloudy
Mostly cloudy
real feel: 71°F
humidity: 74%
wind speed: 7 mph WSW
sunrise: 6:53 am
sunset: 7:07 pm
Forecast March 23, 2023
wind speed: 9 mph WSW
wind speed: 7 mph NNE
Forecast March 24, 2023
wind speed: 7 mph E
wind speed: 9 mph SSE

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Financial Report for the City of Fairfield Illinois for the month of February, 2023. ... See MoreSee Less


Maple Hill Cemetery sexton would like to remind the public that ground flowers and decorations are now being removed from graves in preparation of mowing season. If you believe flowers, decorations, or any glass/ceramic piece has been removed from your loved one's grave or has been lost due to recent storms and wind, call the cemetery office at 618-842-2851 or stop by the office to inquire. The City thanks you for your understanding and patience. PLEASE SHARE!!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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The City will be filling two positions for summer help at Maple Hill Cemetery. Stop by the City Hall to pick up an application or download on the City's website.Applications are being accepted to fill two part time summer positions at the cemetery.

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What's Happening in Fairfield?

  • WADI Announces the Start of the Energy Assistance Program.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 2, 2022 Contact: Maude Harrison, Energy Assistance DirectorContact information: 1-618-963-2387 Wabash Area Development, Inc. Announces the Start of the Energy Assistance ProgramLIHEAP is available for ALL income…

  • Mayor’s Report 5/24/22

    At tonight’s Fairfield City Council meeting, all mayoral appointments were approved with one exception.The nomination of Brent Maguire for Chief of Police died for lack of a motion by the…

  • Mayor’s Report 5/10/22

    Tonight’s Mayor’s Report: Our inspections of the Maple Hill cemetery have been mostly positive despite a very rainy Spring. The new crew has been very aggressive in keeping the cemetery…

  • Mayor’s Report – 4/26/22

    Here’s tonight’s Mayor’s Report: We received good news concerning the restoration of a lake at Lakeside Park. The Illinois Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has been notified Fairfield will receive…

  • Mayor’s Report 4/12/22

    The Fairfield Business District was approved by the city council on a 5-4 vote. Scheduling conflicts are making it difficult to have the first meeting between the city and the…

  • Mayor’s Report 3/22/22

    The city council voted to table the Business District for 90 days on a 4-3 vote with one absence. In the Mayor’s Report: The bidding process has ended with a…

  • Mayors Report 3.8.22

    Among other things, the Fairfield City Council unanimously seated Cody Attebery to the unexpired one-year term in the first ward. In my Mayor’s Report,I met with a representative of the…

  • Mayor’s Report 2/22/22

    For the first time in recent memory, the city hedged its natural gas price for a month. The March contract is a product of our new relationship with UGM. We…

  • Mayors Report 2/8/22

    Wabash Communications will start marketing their internet services in Fairfield, according to management. The city and Wabash established a relationship last year which led to a citywide survey to determine…

  • Mayors Report 1/25/22

    A hiring committee of Alderman Lampley, Jon Colclasure, Dian Downs and myself interviewed candidates for the open sewer treatment plant position last Wednesday and unanimously agreed the city should hire…