City of Fairfield

Wed
29
Jun

Fireworks show planned for July 4th

Residents are gearing up for the annual fireworks show at the W.L. Moody Reunion Fairgrounds. The fun begins at dark Monday, July 4. Attendees are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs or blankets for fireworks, music, and good food. The chamber will have hot dogs, nachos, candy, pickles, and more goodies for sale during the event, as well as glow-in-the-dark necklaces.

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Thu
02
Jun

Roads closed due to flooding

This is the entrance to Steward Lane at the U.S. 84 and FM 27 intersection.

Photo by April Walker

City officials closed several roads in Fairfield today due to flooding issues. City Administrator Jeff Looney says the water is receding, which means the drainage is working, but urges people to take precautions when driving.
Closed roads include:
Bateman Street - these barricades are still up at the corner of Reunion and Renee streets. There is also a barricade up at the corner of U.S. 84 and Main Street, next to Dollar General.
Talford Street
Old Palestine Road
S. Texas 75 - TxDOT crews and City Police Officers are said to be on scene
Oak Street entrance to Thousand Oaks neighborhood
Several residents have reported flooding at the following:
FCR 540
FM 489 in Dew near CR 411
U.S. 84 East near Wildwood Addition
For more information, contact the City of Fairfield at 903-389-2633 or the Fairfield Police Department at 903-389-3901.

Wed
23
Mar

Museum says thanks

Dear Mayor Hill,

We greatly appreciate the assistance given to the Freestone County Historical Museum today by the Fairfield City Parks Department (Jerry Hughes) and the workers from the TDC Boyd Unit as supervised by Officer Mike Gaskin. The maintenance chores they completed are greatly appreciated and go a long way in providing for the continuing upkeep needs of our county museum's buildings and grounds. The preservation and maintenance of Freestone County history for public display and enjoyment would be difficult without this valuable support.

 

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