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Saturday, December 16, 2017

​12:00 - 5:00 PM

Tickets $10.00 each for members

$12.00 each for non-members

Available in advance or at the Fairfield Borough 

Village Hall 108 West Main Street

on the day of the tour.

We hope you will find this bulletin board page an easy place to find information about  municipal services and interesting information about your municipality and will visit often!  If you have suggestions for new items to include, please email the Borough secretary at or call the Borough office and leave a message at 717-642-5640.



Working on your behalf for the good of all.

Your Council and Secretary/Treasurer

*To report streetlight problems be           ready to provide the closest street address and pole number, if available.  


Our small community is fortunate to include the services of a variety of businesses and service organizations, and we are pleased to publish a monthly feature on a local business. This month's 'business blurb' features . . . . . . . 

Need a quick gift for a last-minute visit or a whole basket of Christmas presents for the holiday coming up? You're likely to find something special and unique at Fairfield's own McKesson House. They are in their 15th year of business and have established connections with many of the area's finest artists while maintaining close connections with Polish Pottery sources - you won't believe the outstanding variety until you see it with your own eyes! On beautiful display throughout the two floors of the shop is Polish stoneware, restored and re-purposed furniture, jewelry, handmade purses, old world Santas, hand-turned wooden bowls, cutting boards, goblets, floor coverings . . . . something new and different around every corner.

For friends who "have everything" you might consider giving a gift of a class in chalk painting, essential oils or jewelry making.

The shop is located in a beautifully restored barn along First Avenue on the east end of the Borough with free parking in front of its charming porch. Stop in for a visit, and you just might find your next go-to 'get it here' store!

McKesson House is open from 10 to 5, Tuesday through Sunday.                            More than a shop - it's a destination!

You can talk to a real person by calling 

717-642-8013 during business hours.


The Fairfield Municipal Authority is an independent entity that provides water and sewer service to the Borough and some portions of Hamiltonban Township. Please click the links below to see their latest newsletter and 2017 Water Quality Report.


Newsletter             2017 Water Quality Report

(717) 642-5640


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 Business Blurb


Did you know that you can


The front room of the Village Hall at 108 West Main Street has been the home to many, many functions - baby showers, wedding showers, birthday parties, family dinners, memorial services, music concerts, meetings, music jams, and Christmas parties are all in the list. The stadium seating capacity is 237, and using tables and chairs the capacity is 110. Tables and chairs are available for your use, the air conditioning works great, and there are handicap-accessible bathrooms for both men and women.

Click for a link to the rental agreement and the basic floor plan. Then call the Borough office to see if the date YOU want is available! 717-642-5640.

 Coming up!   

           HOLIDAY TOUR

Of 10 Historic Properties

  • Hosted by the Fairfield Area Historical Society 


Adams County, PA

Fairfield Municipal Authority









811 or 800-242-1776