Welcome To The City Of Fair Grove

81 South Orchard Blvd
Fair Grove, MO 65648
Phone  417-759-2353
Fax   417-759-6480
email:   info@fairgrove.org
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PUBLIC HEARING FOR SENIOR CENTER
The City of Fair Grove will hold a public hearing on February 23, 2016, 1:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at the United Methodist Church to discuss the City's submission of an application on behalf of the Fair Grove Senior Center for the fiscal year 2016 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. 
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY AND RESIDENTS IN THE CITY OF FAIR GROVE, MISSOURI, AND TO ALL OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS AS REQUIRED BY LAW THE CITY OF FAIR GROVE BOARD OF ALDERMAN ARE GIVING PUBLIC NOTICE THEIR INTENTION TO ADOPT

2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODES BY REFERENCE AS LISTED BELOW.

2012 International Building Code

2012 International Residential Code

2012 Internatioanl Mechanical Code

2012 International Plumbing Code

2011 NEC National Electrical Code NFPA 70

2012 International Property Maintenance Code

2012 International Fuel Gas Code

2012 International Fire Code

2012 International Existing Building Code 

Copies of above are available for public use, inspection, and examination at Fair Grove City Hall, 81 S. Orchard Blvd.; Fair Grove, Missouri

Questions contact Dana Louderbaugh (417)759-7253.

Posted February 4, 2016


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City of Fair Grove is an
Equal Opportunity Employer

Fair Grove is located about 14 miles north of Springfield on Highway 65.  The 2010 census counted 1,393 citizens. A four lane Highway 65 south to Springfield connects with 4 lanes south to Branson. Consistent growth is the plan for the inhabitants that are proud of 1883 Wommack Mill, school, park and small town style of living with a sense of community.

There are 9 subdivisions underway in the city limits. All city streets are paved and the newer subdivisions have curbs, gutters and sidewalks.  The citizens passed a revenue bond issue in 2005 to expand the sewer system that was completed in 2009.  Fair Grove Public Water Supply has been established since 1968 and has 3 wells and 3 storage tanks.  Water is chlorinated and tested as per DNR regulations. There are around 500 single family homes, and several multi family buildings and duplexes.  A Senior Citizen’s housing provides 1 BD apartments for 20.  There are 50+ businesses including the historic district.  These businesses consists of 3 banks, a supermarket, pharmacy, 2 farm stores, Dollar General, convenience store, O'Reilly Auto parts, several restaurants as well as many others.   Nine churches reside within the city limits
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