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Fairfax Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 35
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Fairfax is home to many historic buildings, including the former Jackson Insurance Building, which is on both the Oklahoma and National Historic Registers and today is home to a flower shop. Additional buildings on the State Historic Register include:

  • Woodland High School Auditorium
  • Osage County Shop Building
  • Fairfax City Hall Building
  • First State Bank Building

Take a step back in time when you view the famous Spur Collection at the First State Bank, weekdays  9am-3pm. 

Also visit the statue of Osage Principal Chief Ne-Kah-Wah-She-Tun-Kah (1839-1923) which stands in the Fairfax Cemetery. If history is your ticket, check out the Fairfax Area historical Genealogy Society on Main St., across from First Street Bank.

Fairfax's recreational facilities include:

  • A tree-studded, five-acre city park
  • Boating facility on the city lake
  • City park in town
  • Nine-hole golf course

Annual events include: 

  • The city-wide Garage Sale in August
  • Heritage Day the second Saturday in October
  • Christmas Parade the first Saturday in December
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