Boil Order

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City of Fairfield Illinois

Published by Dian Maloy Downs · 2 mins ·

According to Kevin Leonard of the City of Fairfield Water Department, a boil order has been issued for residents in the 500 block of NW 6th Street. The affected area is to boil water to be used for human consumption. The boil order is in effect until further notice.

PREVAILING WAGE

The City of Fairfield publishes Request for Proposals (RFP’s) and / or bid specifications for a variety of projects, programs and products. Bids and RFP’s are published in local newspapers in compliance with local, state and federal laws. The City is an equal opportunity employer. All bidders must comply with applicable Illinois law requiring the payment of prevailing wages by all contractors working on public works projects. The State of Illinois publishes and monitors these rates. As a municipality in the State of Illinois, the City of Fairfield is subject to the Prevailing Wage Act.

The prevailing wage schedule, published on the Illinois Department of Labor’s (IDOL) website, will automatically set the applicable wage rates for each local government. To review current prevailing wage rates, you may click here for the Department of Labor’s website. Please refer to it for current prevailing wages in Wayne County.

City of Fairfield Boil Order

City of Fairfield Illinois

Published by Dian Maloy Downs · Just now ·

According to Kevin Leonard of the City of Fairfield Water Department, a boil order has been issued for residents and businesses starting at the fairgrounds on Main Street going west to Ron's Body Shop. Residents and businesses in the affected area are to boil water to be used for human consumption. The boil order is in effect until further notice.

City of Fairfield Flood Control Input

 

The City of Fairfield is working with Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc. (HLR) to diagnose and resolve flooding problems in the area. To quickly and efficiently resolve the issue, we need your help!

If you’re a resident of Fairfield that has recently been affected by the flooding, click the link below to tell us the location of the flooding, upload photos, and leave any additional information about your experience.

HLR and the City of Fairfield thank you in advance for taking the time to assist us.

https://arcg.is/50CLW

 

Thanks,

 

Brent Maguire

Mayor

City of Fairfield

Parrent Electric Motors, LLC expanding in Fairfield.


It is fantastic to see how Fairfield based businesses have expanded their facilities and the services they offer. We are thrilled to see Parrent Electric Motors, LLC expanded their expertise into Large or Small Complete Electric Motor Repair, Sales & Service with their newly expanded machine shop at 105 SE 7th Street, Fairfield, IL 62837. Not only do they offer Large & Small Engine Motor Repair they offer On Site Electric Motor Repair and 24 Hour Emergency Services. Parrent Electric Motors, LLC can be reached at 618-842-4140. Parrent Electric Motors, LLC are there to service all your Electric Motor Repairs.

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Parrent Electric Motors, LLC’s Newly Expanded Machine Shop

Parrent Electric Motors, LLC’s Newly Expanded Machine Shop

Parrent Electric Motors’ Warehouse Facility.

Parrent Electric Motors’ Warehouse Facility.

Baldwin Vision Systems

Baldwin Vision Systems Wayne County

Baldwin Vision Systems Wayne County

Baldwin Vision Systems

Formally known as Web Printing Controls is part of the Baldwin Technology Company.

Baldwin Technology Company recently celebrated their 100 years in business and contributes their success in the people who work there.

BALDWIN’s Vision Systems division designs and manufactures advanced control technology for the printing industry, specializing in automated color management and defect management solutions.

In the past year Baldwin Vision Systems' Fairfield location has increased their employment by 50% and anticipates an additional 5 to 10% increase next year. The Fairfield Wayne County Area Development Commission recognizes your investment in the Wayne County Community and looks forward to your continuous growth and success.

Carter Turf & Tractor

Carter Turf & Tractor

Carter Turf & Tractor

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The City of Fairfield is thrilled that Carter Turf & Tractor has chosen Fairfield to be it’s home. The business will be opening soon and it will bring 6 to 8 new jobs to the City of Fairfield. Once open, Carter Turf and Tractor’s hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm. Their phone number is 618-842-9166. Make sure you keep your eyes open at the corner of West Main & Airport Road. A BIG WELCOME TO FAIRFIELD!

The Newly Relocated and Expanded Save-A-Lot

The Newly Expanded Save-A-Lot!

The Newly Expanded Save-A-Lot!

The City of Fairfield is excited about the many businesses in Fairfield that have recently expanded or relocated. With the Relocation and Expansion of Fairfield’s Save-A-Lot it has opened up doors for a new business to come to Fairfield. Cater Turf & Tractor.

Exciting News! Farmer's Daughter will reopen for Business on Saturday, December 1, 2018

Farmer’s Daughter is back! Starting Saturday, December 1, 2018

Farmer’s Daughter is back! Starting Saturday, December 1, 2018

We are excited that Nicole Jordan will be reopening the Farmer’s Daughter this Saturday, December 1, 2018. A popular wedding gown and prom attire is back in business. Their hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm.

O'Reilly Auto Parts

O'Reilly Auto Parts

O'Reilly Auto Parts 
Will open their doors for business on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Located at 1900 West Main, Fairfield IL 62837. Their operating hours will be Monday through Saturday from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm. You can also contact O'Reilly Auto Parts at 618-847-0351. Managed and operated by local boy Billy Raudenbush. This will bring 4 full-time jobs and 5 to 8 part-time jobs to Fairfield.

Bobcat Crossing Student Housing

Bobcat Crossing Student Housing

Bobcat Crossing Student Housing Unit 3.
We are excited that Kieffer Development LLC has invested in an additional affordable housing for our Frontier Community College Students.Contact Dean Kieffer for availability at 618-263-3328. GO BOBCATS!

Good News

The City of Fairfield is happy to announce that the issue at the Water Filtration Plant has been resolved thanks to the efforts and cooperation of employees across multiple departments. While thee is no longer the need to conserve water, the City of Fairfield still asks its water customers to not be wasteful.

Water Conservation

Due to unforeseen problems at the Water Filtration Plant, the City of Fairfield is asking water customers to conserve water until further notice.

 

Fireworks are back! Friday, July 6, 2018

The City of Fairfield will host a fireworks show at Southwest Park on Friday, July 6 starting at approximately 9:15 PM.  The fireworks show was originally scheduled for Saturday, July 7 but has been changed due to a scheduling conflict.  This event is free and open to the public.  Several local businesses and individuals have expressed an interest in providing monetary donations to offset the cost of the fireworks.  Donations will be accepted at the Collector’s Office at City Hall during regular business hours.  Donations are tax-deductible and each person who donates will be provided with written documentation of their contribution.

Young Professionals Committee Meeting - Tuesday, May 29 at 6:00pm

Press Release – Young Professionals

 

The City of Fairfield has created a committee of young professionals called Y-Fairfield.  Y-Fairfield will be a committee of Fairfield citizens from Generation Y asking the question, Why Fairfield?  One of the primary purposes for creating this committee is to open a long-term dialogue with young people that will allow them to exchange ideas, priorities and issues related to keeping and attracting the younger generation in Fairfield.  According to Mayor Brent Maguire, many young people want to stay in Fairfield and they’re prepared to do what it takes to make sure they can.  “Forming this committee is the first step in doing just that”, said Maguire.

 

Maguire also added, “When individual young professionals involve themselves in the process of local government, the collective impact of the future and direction of the City of Fairfield can be huge.”  Those interested in being part of the committee are encouraged to attend a meeting on Tuesday, May 29 at 6 PM in the City Hall Council Chambers.  For more information, please contact Mayor Maguire at 842-3871.

Water Filtration Operator Opening

The City of Fairfield is accepting applications for a Water Filtration Operator with at least a Class D license. The responsibilities of this position include maintaining controlled levels on towers, tanks and gauges; performing maintenance and repair of equipment as needed; unload chemicals for storage; ensure plant operates efficiently to provide safe and adequate water to the City; and perform hourly checks of equipment.

This position is subject to emergency call-out, twenty-four (24) hours per day. seven (7) days per week.

Potential candidates are required to reside within the city limits within six months of being hired. The City of Fairfield offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Applications may be picked up at the City Hall and will be accepted thru March 5, 2018.

February Utility Bill

February Utility Bills were mailed 01-31-18, but due to circumstances beyond the City's Control, Many residents have still not received their bill. If you have not received your bill, please call or stop by the City Hall to ask for a reprint of your bill or for the amount owed. Bills are due on Monday February 12. Billing can be reached at 842-2047; the Collector can be reached at 842-5016.

State Representative David Reis

State Representative David Reis

State Representative will be at Fairfield City Hall on Friday, February 16, 2018 between 9 am and 10am. He will be here to address any constituents concerns.