Storm Damage Repair and Restoration in Fairfield, Iowa

Storm Damage Repair and Restoration in Fairfield, Iowa 52557

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Fairfield is a city in, and the county seat of, Jefferson County, Iowa, United States. It has a population of 9,464 people, according to the 2010 census. It is a Midwestern city surrounded by rolling farmlands filled with corn, soybean, cattle, and hogs with a median family income of $46,138 (10% of families below the poverty line). The city became the county seat in 1839 with 110 residents and grew to 650 by 1847. Its library was established in 1853, and it held its first fair in 1854. Early architecture includes work by George Franklin Barber and Barry Byrne, who trained under Frank Lloyd Wright.

The city has an “abundance of start-up companies” and has been called “one of the state’s economic superstars”. It has received The Grassroots Rural Entrepreneurship Award, has been nicknamed “silicorn valley”, and was featured in a 2012 episode of the TV show Oprah’s Next Chapter. It has been the home of Maharishi International University (called Maharishi University of Management 1995–2019) since 1974 and has been referred to as “the world’s largest training center” for practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation technique. The city includes the $6 million Fairfield Arts & Convention Center (FACC), built in 2007. In 2010, it was named one of six Iowa Great Places. It was named by Smithsonian magazine as one of “The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2013”.

The city has 12 public parks and recreation areas consisting of more than 1,300 acres and is governed by a seven-member city council. The Fairfield Community School District is home to nearly 2,500 students, teachers, administrators, and staff, with three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. The city has two private schools, Maharishi School (US) and Cornerstone Primary School. Fairfield has its own municipal airport, several radio stations, a local public-access television station, and a daily newspaper.