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Message from the Mayor (5/26): Economic report, home prices & new City HallgreenArrow

May 25: Chad Peterson, Chairman of the Cass County Commission, gave an economic report on the metro area recently and I wanted to share some of the highlights with you, as the economy impacts everyone. The report shows that in ... Read More»

South University Drive recycling site moving to new locationgreenArrow

May 26: The City of Fargo Recycling Drop Site located at  University Drive and 35th Avenue South (Located at Minnkota Recycling Center) will be relocated to 4121 South University Drive on Friday, May 29, 2015. Watch for signs on University ... Read More»

Pool season hygiene and safety remindersgreenArrow

May 25:  It is that time of year again, time for swimming lessons, fun with friends and family, and getting some much needed relief from the heat by cooling off in pools. Fargo Cass Public Health (FCPH) would like to ... Read More»

Library’s free Summer Reading Program begins June 1 greenArrow

May 25: Do you know any heroes? Heroes and stories are the theme for the Fargo Public Library’s upcoming Summer Reading Program, and exciting events are planned for all ages – kids, teens and adults. This year’s program features all ... Read More»

Fargo Police administrators on patrol during “Blue Days”greenArrow

May 18: The Fargo Police Department administration will be taking part in Blue Days on May 21-22 and May 27-28 2015.  During this time, department administrators will be on patrol and assisting with traffic enforcement throughout the city.  These dates coincide with ... Read More»

2014 Water Quality Report available onlinegreenArrow

May 15: The City of Fargo's 2014 Water Quality Report is now available online. This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. Paper copies of the report are also available. Please call 701-241-1469 if you would like ... Read More»

Fire hydrant flushing underway in FargogreenArrow

May 13: The City of Fargo Fire Department is now conducting hydrant flushing and inspections. This is done annually to help maintain hydrants and keep them in working order.          During the flushing process, there may be occasional iron oxide ... Read More»

Project staging to begin at Water Treatment PlantgreenArrow

May 8: The first phase of work related to the Fargo Water Treatment Plant expansion project will begin on Monday, May 11. At that time, contractors will begin cordoning off work areas and hauling in trailers. Later in the week, ... Read More»

Watering restrictions begin Memorial DaygreenArrow

May 7: Fargo residents are reminded to follow watering restrictions when watering their lawns starting May 25. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, residents should use their street address as a guide to when they can water. Residents whose addresses ... Read More»

Community Garden Day Saturday, May 30greenArrow

May 6: The experts agree: eating fresh fruits and vegetables is one of the simplest ways to maintain a healthy diet. Yet, the cost of fresh produce has rose five times as much as it has for processed food in ... Read More»

Wood chip and compost give awaygreenArrow

May 5: The City of Fargo's recycling program will again be offering city residents one free yard each of compost and wood chips. The spring dates include: ·        Saturday, May 9 from 7:15 a.m. to noon ·        Wednesdays and Thursdays from ... Read More»

Free beet seeds available to communitygreenArrow

May 4: If you have some spare room in your garden, or would like to try growing a new vegetable this year, try beets! The group, One Vegetable, One Community, wants to unite the Fargo Moorhead communities by encouraging gardeners ... Read More»

Portion of 2nd Street South closing for the summergreenArrow

April 22:  On Monday, April 27, 2nd Street South from 4th Street South to Main Avenue will be closed for the summer. The closure is necessary for the construction of a levee and the 4th Street pump station. This project ... Read More»

American Water Resources of ND, Inc. not affiliated with City of FargogreenArrow

April 16: The City of Fargo would like to notify property owners that American Water Resources of North Dakota, Inc. has begun an informational mailing campaign to Fargo property owners offering water and sewer service line protection programs. It is ... Read More»