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January 1, 2019    -  Offices closed New Year’s Day

 

January 3, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

January 19, 2019—Special Levy Election

January 21, 2019-—Offices closed Martin Luther King Day

February 7, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

February 18, 2019-—Offices closed President’s Day

March 7, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

March 26, 2019—World Epilepsy Day

April 4, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

May 2, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

May 4, 2019-—World War II Reenactment Event

May 15, 2019-Annual Police Memorial 11:45 at the Fayette County Courthouse Lawn

May 26, 2019—Annual Candlelight Service at Huse Memorial Park at 8 pm

May 27, 2019   - Offices closed Memorial Day

June 6,  2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

June 11, 2019—Offices closed-Municipal Election

June 20, 2019 - Offices closed West Virginia Day

July 4, 2019 - Offices closed Independence Day

July 11,  2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

August 1, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 2, 2019 - Offices closed Labor Day

September 5, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 26, 2019—Betty Blume Day

October 3, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

October 14, 2019   - Offices closed Columbus Day

October 19, 2019—BRIDGE DAY 9 am—3 pm

October 19, 2019—Chili Cook Off 3 pm —6 pm

October 31, 2019 Trick or Treat– 6-8 pm

November 7, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

November 11, 2019- Offices closed Veterans Day

November 28 & 29, 2019 - Offices closed Thanksgiving

December 5, 2019-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

December 24, 2019  - Offices closed Christmas Eve Day

December 25, 2019 - Offices closed Christmas Holiday

December 31, 2019 - Offices closed New Year’s Eve

January 1, 2020    -  Offices closed New Year’s Day

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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***Take Notice***  The first Friday and Saturday during the months May, June , July, August and September are Free Yard sale dates for the Town of Fayetteville!!

There will be a Municipal General Election June 11, 2019 to elect a Mayor, a recorder and 5 council persons.  The candidate filing period which began January 14 ended on January 26, 2019. 

The drawing for ballot positioning was April 2, 2019 @ 9 am at the Fayetteville Town Hall with the following results as pictured to right.  Good Luck to all candidates!

West Virginia American Water will have a public meeting at the Fayetteville Town Hall, 125 North Court Street, Fayetteville, WV on Monday May 20, 2019 @ 6 pm to 7:30 pm. This will be a presentation by West Virginia American Water on source water protection and an opportunity to provide imput on WVAW source water protection plans and/or potential sources of contamination to your local water supply.

Annual Community Wide Clean Up

April 19 & 20, 2019  8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

At the Fayette County Memorial Building Parking Lot

Items accepted:  Washers, dryers, dishwashers, water heaters, heat pumps, Furnaces, all metal items, lawn mowers, old play equipment, Furniture, conventional and microwave ovens, ranges and stoves, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators and freezers (freon removed).

 ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:  Paints, Tires, Household Chemicals, Used Oils or Electronics

 

Keep Fayetteville Solid Green and Clean!

For more information,

contact Superintendent Bill Lanham at 304-574-0101

 

 

Fayette County Emergency Management has a NEW alert system for the citizens of our county for the emergency dispatch center to use in the event of an emergency that you need to be aware of. If you wish to receive the text messages, text SWIFT911 to 99538.   You will receive a reply to download the Swift911 Public app, and I recommend that you do so and fill out the information in its interiority, this allows for us to use the "reverse 911" feature to map out areas of concern in the event of an emergency. If you have any further questions please feel free to call the administrative offices Monday - Friday 8 AM to 4 PM 304-574-1610 or 405-574-3285