The Town of Fairfield is located in Northwestern Vermont, in Franklin County. Fairfield is a beautiful rural New England town with rolling hills, family farms, and the essence of small town life. Browse our web site for more information about the Town of Fairfield.
The Fairfield Community Center Association has been working to meet the changing needs of Franklin county and beyond since its inception in 1992. Currently, it serves the community through a food shelf, weekly senior meals, cooking classes, and exciting vacation and summer camps for youth.
Fairfield Food Shelf
Located in East Fairfield at the Community Center. Open Every Tuesday from 3-5 pm and every 2nd Friday of the month from 10am - noon. Restrictions during COVID-19: If you need food, please call 827-3130 (anytime) first and leave your name, number of people in your household, and a telephone number. Speak slowly and clearly. Someone will return your call to schedule a pick up or delivery if needed. No one will be turned away if they do not call. When you arrive on Tuesday or Friday, someone will greet you, and your box of food will be placed outside the door for pick-up. If you are unable to lift your box, please consider sending someone who can. Deliveries can be arranged for the Fairfield & Bakersfield area.THANK YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR COOPERATION as we all navigate this time with caution, safety and compassion. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call us-827-3130.
Fairfield Center School serves serves students from the preschool level up to 8th grade. Check out their website for events, news, and announcements.
Built in 1866, The East Fairfield Union Meeting House has been the architectural, social and spiritual anchor of our rural community for 150 years. Seven years ago, the building was acquired by an enthusiastic group of local residents under the umbrella of the Fairfield Community Center Association, a small non-profit organization providing essential services and enrichment programs to the region.