Open Burning Suspended Immediately

As Mayor for the City of Fairview Heights, I hereby implement an immediate ban
on open burning (Ordinance 190, Chapter 27, Section 27-1-45) due to the current
Covid-19 Pandemic. This ban includes all yard waste, leaves, brush, weeds, tree
trimmings, branches, shrubbery, and other foliage.
This order shall be effective from March 31, 2020 until the Governor’s Executive
Order for COVID-19 has been lifted.
Issued: March 31, 2020

Mark T Kupsky, Mayor
City of Fairview Heights.




Permit Fee Change 03/20/19 – Click HERE




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Are you prepared if there was a severe storm, tornado or flood? Since 2007, the City of Fairview Heights has implemented a new free system to notify citizens of important weather and safety related information. Click here for more information.

For more information and ideas for your home disaster kit,

click here to visit Ready.gov.



Have you downloaded the free FEMA App?

It is not only a terrific app for:

  • weather alerts – you can receive alerts for 5 locations, allowing you to keep track of family
  • disaster safety tips
  • interactive emergency checklist

But, you can also use the app for fire safety reminders:

2016 FEMA AppThe latest version of the FEMA app is available for free in the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices. The reminders are available in English and Spanish and are located in the “Prepare” section of the FEMA App.



Home Safety Tips

Prevent Electrical Fires

Never overload circuits or extension cords. Do not place cords and wires under rugs, over nails or in high traffic areas. Immediately shut off and unplug appliances that sputter, spark or emit an unusual smell. Have them professionally repaired or replaced.





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