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Fairfax Streets for People

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Celebrate Fairfax at the Sixth Annual Fairfax Streets for People on Sunday, August 27, 2017, 10:00am – 4:00pm! Streets for People inspires people of all ages to gather and participate in the community, encouraging the creation of vibrant places within our public spaces. During this event, the downtown Fairfax street Bolinas Road is open to the public […]

Fairfax Streets for People Coming up Soon!

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The sixth annual Fairfax Streets for People encourages playfulness and creativity in the open street in downtown Fairfax for the afternoon of SUNDAY, August 27, 2017! Sustainable Fairfax and the Fairfax Chamber are hosting the sixth annual Streets for People; an Open Streets event in downtown Fairfax, on Sunday August 27, 2017 from 10:00 am to 4:00pm. The event transforms Bolinas Road in […]

Streets for People 2016- A Big Success!

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The fifth annual Streets for People in downtown Fairfax on Sunday, August 28th was an explosion of community spirit!  Approximately 1,500 people enjoyed the unique Fairfax vibe in the open street on Bolinas Road. The street was alive with music, dancing, hula hooping, art and crafts, games, local food and other offerings from residents and […]

Fairfax Streets for People!

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Fifth Annual Fairfax Streets for People will Make Bolinas Road in Downtown Fairfax a Car-Free Party for One Day: August 28, 2016 Sustainable Fairfax announces the fifth annual Streets for People festival; an Open Streets event in downtown Fairfax, on Sunday August 28, 2016 from 10:00 am to 4:00pm. The event is a collaboration of Sustainable Fairfax, the Town […]

Zero Waste at Fairfax Streets for People

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This year Sustainable Fairfax is taking extra steps to reduce landfill waste at Streets for People. We are excited to share with you two simple ways to help reach our goal. Reduce waste by bringing your personal reusable water bottle to the US Pure Water station, and earn a Fairbuck souvenier. Learn about the recent completion of the Fairbuck […]

Streets for People is Almost Here!

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Fifth Annual Fairfax Streets for People will Make Bolinas Road in Downtown Fairfax a Car-Free Party for One Day: August 28, 2016 Sustainable Fairfax announces the fifth annual Streets for People festival; an Open Streets event in downtown Fairfax, on Sunday August 28, 2016 from 10:00 am to 4:00pm. The event transforms Bolinas Road in downtown Fairfax into a […]

Streets for People a Success

Thanks to all of our friends, partners, and community, this year’s Streets for People was a huge success. The Marin IJ reported that over 1,0000 attended. Many people connected with friends that had not seen for a long time. Local shops reported increased sales. Everyone went home with smiles on their faces. Thanks to our […]

Volunteer for Streets for People!

VOLUNTEER FOR STREETS FOR PEOPLE! AUGUST 31, 2014 – 11am – 4pm The third annual Streets for People is almost here! This is a very special community event, providing the opportunity for people to enjoy downtown Fairfax in a unique way. The street blocks on Bolinas Road between Broadway and Elsie Lane will be open […]

Streets for People Reflections

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Sustainable Fairfax celebrated another successful “Streets for People” on the afternoon of Sunday, August 25. Hundreds from our community came out to enjoy our public commons without vehicle traffic between Broadway and Elsie Lane on Bolinas Road. The street closure created an entirely different atmosphere, where children and adults alike could play and socialize safely […]

Mountain Bike Mosaic Dedication at Streets for People

A bit of mountain bike history will be honored at Streets for People on Sunday, August 25.  Architect Morgan Hall designed and coordinated the construction of a bench decorated with a ceramic mosaic depicting famous mountain bikers descending “Repack” fire road, where the first mountain biking race took place in 1976. Myles Babcock was in charge of construction […]