COST OF LIVING
The cost of living in Fairview is 6% lower than the Oklahoma average; 19% lower than the national average.
Fairview housing is 57% lower than the national average. Oklahoma general sales tax is 12% lower than the national average. Oklahoma state income tax is 80% lower than the national average.
access to healthcare
Fairview Regional Medical Center offers a family clinic, emergency services, hospital, lab, radiology, counseling, general surgery and excellent rehabilitation services.
Fairview Fellowship Home and Retirement Village has a resident first philosophy with it's duplexes, independent living apartments, assisted living and nursing home.
Fairview also has 2 pharmacies, eye doctors, chiropractors, counseling services, and dentist.
Empowering youth through excellence in education, Fairview Public Schools and Northwest Technology Center are well-equipped with forward-thinking instructors and administrators. Students are excelling inside and outside the classroom with access to a diverse range of quality organizations and extracurricular activities fostering excellent sportsmanship, leadership, and professional skills. [download school fact sheet]
Citizens enjoy many sunny days with clear blue skies throughout the year!
We do have a bit of wind - it is Oklahoma!
Winter: Ave. High: 49°/Low:24°, Rain: 2 days.
Spring: Ave. High: 74°/Low: 46°, Rain: 4 days.
Summer: Ave. High: 96°/Low: 70°, Rain: 3 days.
Fall: Ave. High: 75°/Low: 49°, Rain: 4 days.
If outdoor recreation is your thing, we've got you covered [Water. Majestic Buttes. Prairies. Wineries. Hunting. Fishing. Golfing. Racing. Dunes.] We also have a movie theatre, a bowling alley [the league plays on Mondays], and a church on just about every corner! [read more]
We've got plenty of organizations for many interests - Lion's Club, American Legion, Mothers Club, Senior Citizens Center, Wrangler Rodeo, Two-Cylinder Tractors, Historical Society, Chamber of Commerce, and the list goes on...[read more]