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Fairfield, California is located in the northernmost part of California and is the seat of Solano County. It is also located around 40 miles northeast of San Francisco where it crosses Interstate-80.
Since 1942, Travis Air Force Base has been located here. Also, an Anheuser-Busch brewery is also located here. The brewery offers tours between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM between Tuesday and Saturday all year round. During summer between June and August, tours are also offered.
The history of Fairfield goes back to between five and six thousand years. That is the age of the artifacts of the native people that have been excavated here. It was in 1810 that the first contact from Europe occurred when the Spanish army was directed to attack the Suisin Indians. The Mexican General Vallejo so enjoyed about his victory over the Indian Chief Sem Yeto in 1835 that later chief Sem Yeto became his partner in conflicts with other Indian tribes. Mexico granted land which was home to named Suisin Rancho to Indian Chief Solano in 1837. Eventually, this grant became the property of the captain of a clipper ship from Connecticut whose name was Robert H. Waterman. In 1856, Mr. Waterman not only parceled out the town in 1856 but also, in a commercially advantageous move, he also arranged to have the county seat moved here from Benicia in 1858. He also granted 16 acres of property for constructing county buildings as an inducement. The year 1903 brought the incorporation of Fairfield. was incorporated as a city.
Fairfield strives to enhance quality of life, particularly that of younger people. The organizations are a volunteer effort that include the Community Services Foundation, and the Fairfield Youth Commission partnerships with the private sector. Their accomplishments include: Recreational scholarships for low-income youth, the Assist-A Grad Scholarships, Dances for teenagers, and the Place to Be after the Rotary Skate Park.
In this community’s commitment to the quality of life, culture is not ignored. The Fairfield Center for Creative Arts houses, hosts or sponsors The Veterans Day parade, A Father/Daughter Dance, The Fairfield Center Gallery, A series of events for children and the Performing Arts Series, which features primarily musical groups and soloists as well as several famous people as well as some internationally known people in the world of pop culture.
Two prime golf courses named Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley are located in Fairfield. Some of the other outdoor recreational locations include: Four open spaces for wildlife viewing and hiking, which is comprised of hundreds of acres, four community parks that contain areas for picnic facilities, roller sports, horseshoes, tennis, swimming, soccer, basketball, and baseball, about 20 neighborhood parks that have dome sports courts, picnic amenities, benches, and playground equipment and is within walking distance of most homes, and quiet, small which are suitable for peaceful outings with children.
The boundaries of Solano County were set by the legislature on the territory of California in 1850, four years after the California Bear Flag Revolution. Solano County one of the original 27 counties. The Franciscan missionary indirectly established the county when Father Francisco Solano, whose name was provided in the baptism and became the chief of one of the Indian tribes of the region. Before receiving the name Solano, the chief was known as Sem Yeto. The county was names in honor of Chief Solano at the request of General Vallejo. At one time the chief ruled over most of the tribes and land between the Sacramento River and Petaluma Creek.
Solano County is divided between the Central Valley and the Bay Area, its communities are indicative of their diverse identities. In the middle Fairfield between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Suisun Marsh and is surrounded by beautiful vistas and lush valleys.
In 1856, Fairfield was established by a man named Robert Waterman who was a clipper-ship captain after his hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. After failed attempts to establish a port city at close by Cordelia/Bridgeport, Mr. Waterman established the community. The county seat was relocated to Fairfield from Benicia some wo years later, after the voters ratified the proposal. As promised, Mr. Waterman donated some 16 acres for new county buildings. The year 1903 brought the incorporation of Fairfield as a city.
Fairfield was rather isolated during its early years in spite its importance politically as the county seat. This was when it had neither easy access to a larger market towns or a port. Suisun City overshowed Fairfield into the middle 1900’s.
However, Fairfield had considerably more to offer than simply being a government center. Texas Street was finally developed into a thriving center, after Fairfield was incorporated as a city in 1903, and with the rerouting of Lincoln Highway through Fairfield in 1915, a bond measure was passed that created much- needed improvements. Several other businesses came to Fairfield over the years.
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