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Fairfield Preliminary Engineer’s Reports for 2023/2024

In this post, CivicMic shares the Fairfield preliminary engineer's reports for LLMDs No. 5, 7, 11, & 13. Each year, the city collects money for the upkeep of landscaping in your district. The district can only keep up with rising costs for utilities and maintenance by raising your assessment amounts. The City has launched a Proposition 218 ballot procedure, offering the chance to secure funds for shared public places in your neighborhood. If the effort fails, services in your area will be cut to match the money collected each year.

Guide to Reviewing The Fairfield Preliminary Engineer's Reports

Kindly take the time to carefully review the following Fairfield preliminary engineer’s reports and consider the proposed rate increase for the upkeep of your community's shared spaces.

Step 1: View your current and new proposed rates

  1. Please visit
  2. Select the magnifying glass on the map (note, it may take a few moments for the map to load)
  3. Search for your address
  4. Select your parcel
  5. View your information on the popup

Step 2: View your specific LLMD's Fairfield Preliminary Engineer's Report

Step 3: Subscribe and Share

Please share these Fairfield preliminary engineer’s reports with other property owners in your LLMD so they can subscribe to receive updates via email using this link: In addition, please subscribe if you haven't already.

Step 4: Questions About the Fairfield Preliminary Engineer's Reports

Review the FAQ sheet here for answers to common questions about the engineer's reports.  This document will be updated with new questions when necessary.

Community Input Opportunities

Assisted by CivicMic, the City has been collecting resident input for the last year as it studies the landscaping and lighting needs in each Fairfield neighborhood. Below is the schedule for remaining opportunities for property owners to become more informed and weigh in on this important decision:

  • March 1 OR 2: Community Meeting (location TBD)
  • April 18: City Council Meeting to approve Notice of Intent to establish new LLMDs
  • April 21: Voting period begins for residents to cast mail-in ballots re: new LLMDs
  • June 6: Voting period ends; Public Hearing in Council Chambers
  • June 7: Voting results announced at City Council meeting

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If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at We look forward to your participation!

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1 thought on “Fairfield Preliminary Engineer’s Reports for 2023/2024”

  1. It is understandable that rates will increase over time to continue the level of service to keep our area maintained. Please keep the maintenance at the highest level to keep our area nice
    Thank you

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