Fairfield is a town in Spokane County, Washington, United States. Take a look below for 10 interesting and awesome facts about Fairfield, Washington, United States.
1. The population was 612 at the 2010 census.
2. In 1888, E.H. Morrison named Fairfield after a town his wife lived in “of that name in the East.”
3. Fairfield was officially incorporated on March 3, 1905.
4. Fairfield is known for its long-history celebrating Flag Day.
5. In 2010, the town described itself as the “first city in all of the U.S. to celebrate Flag Day for 100 years.”
6. In the morning, there is a Fun Run at 7:00, followed by the official Flag Day parade down Main Street at approximately 10:30.
7. Throughout the day, there are fun games, booths, and a beer garden that’s open all day.
8. Fairfield has several small businesses along Highway 27 and two blocks east along Main Street, including Fairfield Dental Clinic, St. John Hardware and Implement, Bank of Fairfield (main branch), Owl Pharmacy, Seehorn Tire, grain elevators, Westbound Systems and the U.S. Post Office. Western Insurance (Previously Fairfield Waverly Insurance) has operated in Fairfield since 1916.
9. Public education in Fairfield is serviced by Liberty School District #362.
10. There is a public library in Fairfield, which is part of the Spokane County Library District.