Fairview is a city in Multnomah County, Oregon, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 8,920.
The City of Fairview was incorporated in 1908 and has historically been a farming and residential community. One of the state's largest berry producers, Townsend Farms, is a third-generation family-owned business and is one of Fairview's largest businesses.
Recreational opportunities are abundant in the city. Blue Lake Park is operated by Metro. Chinook Landing Boat Launch on the Columbia River was opened in 1991 and has become part of the Metro park system. Both areas attract a great deal of visitors annually.
The historic Heslin family house was built circa 1890. It is an example of Western Farmhouse architecture and is the location of the Heslin House Museum. The City of Fairview has completed a survey of 127 historical sites, which includes Smith Memorial Church, built over 100 years ago.