The Fairland school received a $10,000 grant from the Cherokee Tribe to purchase this awesome playground equipment. A special thanks to Rev. Jackie Crafton and the members of the First Assembly of God Church for assembling and erecting the equipment.
DAYBREAK is a community adult day program for seniors that provides a fun, safe and caring environment for seniors during care giver break times. Senior Citizens Center.
The Fund is a not for profit organization formed by private citizens and local businesses for the purpose of bringing the community together to fight area crime. Fund organizers are asking for your help by making a donation, gift or contribution, at The First Bank of Fairland. These funds will be used to provide rewards to the person or persons supplying information on a crime that leads to a conviction. The Fund is not affiliated with City Hall. Inquiries should be directed to Kristy Franklin, owner of Lil’ House of Hair and Nails at 918-676-5305 or 918-848-0317.
Life in Fairland
Life in Fairland is enhanced by a "small town atmosphere" with "big city attractions" nearby. We are centrally located with Tulsa and Joplin within an hours drive and Dallas, St. Louis, Kansas City, and Wichita only three to five hours. Located in Oklahoma's Green Country, Fairland is gateway to Grand Lake O' the Cherokees and Twin Bridges State Park for fishing, boating, water sports, hunting, and camping. Five golf courses are within 50 miles radius including Shangri La, Peoria Ridge and Miami Country Club. The climate is mild with seasonal temperature averages from 30 to 85 degrees.
Located in the Oklahoma Green Country, Fairland is in the Heartland of America and a good place in which to raise a family and to work.
History of Fairland
Fairland was founded in 1889 in Oklahoma Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation. The town was laid out along the tracks of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway (Frisco), which was built from Missouri to Vinita in 1871. The original plat encompassed 225 acres. Some residences and businesses were moved from the soon-to-be defunct town of Prairie City, which lay a few miles further east, near Grand River. In 1912 the Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway, later the Kansas, History continued.
Community One Call System
The City of Fairland, Fairland Police Dept and Fairland Fire Dept will provide a Community One Call System for residents of Fairland and the Protection District. The One Call System will be used as an added SEVERE STORM WARNING ALERT to all residents that are willing to sign up to receive calls from the One Call System. Click for Information.