The Fairview community is one of the earliest settled areas in the WNC region, site of the original Drovers Road that brought livestock to the market in Asheville. Its pubic schools are among the best in the area, with faculty, students, and teams regularly recognized for outstanding achievements. Fairview’s Friends of the Library and two Community Centers are active hubs for neighborhood involvement.
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For more than two hundred years the lush, beautiful valley has been home to farms and the best of rural life while embracing artists, writers, photographers, and other creative souls who enjoy both the solitude and the friendliness of the valley. Residents cherish their privacy while prizing the diversity of their neighbors, reaching out in need and sharing in celebration of community events.
The Fairview North Carolina community is an active one, with annual crafts fairs and a weekly fresh market that has become a gathering place for growers, as well as local musicians, during the summer season. The community also supports such seasonal events as caroling, a Christmas bonfire, and the Lights of Fairview holiday lighting contest. The community newspaper, The Fairview Town Crier, is mailed to all residents monthly.
AC Reynolds High School
AC Reynolds Middle School
Cane Creek Middle School