Festival Fairbanks is working on the Chena RiverWalk North.
We need a permit from the Alaska Railroad Corp to build the path
on the north side of the Chena River on their property.
The parcels are located between Peger Rd and Olnes Rd.
This permit is up for approval at their Board Meeting on May 21st, 2013
Please take a moment to read the Public Notice and send a comment in support
of issuing the permit to the City of Fairbanks so we can break ground on this project!
Chena RiverWalk Notice Here
If you are ready to speak about this permit you may send your public comment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
through the Adopt ArtScape program!
Give the gift of flowers that will last all season long
by “adopting” two hanging baskets. Your contribution of $300 will
support the cost of the baskets and the daily labor to maintain them
through the summer season. In recognition of your participation
your name, Business or a personal sentiment will appear on a
custom printed brass plaque and placed on one of the lamp posts downtown.
By Adopting ArtScape you are helping to ensure that our city will
enjoy these vibrant, colorful flowers all summer long.
Download Form HERE
Learn about more great Festival Fairbanks Events
Get Tickets HERE
Celebrating 30 years
as a major contibutor to Fairbanks' development
Fairbanks has a rich history. Our website is a great place to explore the history of our development as a city and get to know
many of the characters who helped make us who we are today. Did you know that over the past 30 years Festival Fairbanks has not
only hosted commemorative events surrounding major historic anniversaries of the State of Alaska and Fairbanks we have left lasting
tributes for our people to enjoy for generations. Our projects include:
Festival Fairbanks is a Non-Profit 501(C)(3) Community Service
Organization, officially designated by the Fairbanks City Council to
plan, organize, develop and coordinate commemorative activities for the
City of Fairbanks.
Our mission is to enhance the long-term quality of life for
Interior Alaska residents through tourism and economic development,
historic preservation through recognition of significant historical
anniversaries, education and beautification.