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Message from the Mayor: New City Hall price tag, special assessments & the artsgreenArrow

November 25: Building a new City Hall was back on the table last night at the Fargo City Commission meeting. The project has been in the planning phase for sometime now as we work to find a way to meet ... Read More»

Plains Art Museum receives major grant to conserve and reinstall “Sodbuster”greenArrow

November 16: One of the most important pieces of public art in Fargo-Moorhead’s history is headed for conservation. The iconic Sodbuster sculpture, which stood on the corner of Broadway and Main Avenue in Fargo for 20 years, will be conserved ... Read More»

Fargo residents invited to take survey on single stream recyclinggreenArrow

November 2: The Department of Solid Waste is seeking input from residents about a proposal to implement single stream recycling. Single stream recycling would allow residents to place all recyclables in one bin instead of sorting them into separate containers. Read More»

Christmas light recycling offered at Household Hazardous Waste FacilitygreenArrow

October 28:  It’s always a guessing game when unpacking last year’s Christmas lights – do they still work? If yours are burned out or if you just don’t need them anymore, you don’t have to throw them away. Residents are encouraged ... Read More»

Light up the holidays: Recycle your old Christmas lights!greenArrow

October 19: The City of Fargo Household Hazardous Waste Facility is now accepting your old or broken Christmas lights for recycling! LED and the screw in type bulb lights are accepted, rope lights are not acceptable.  Lights will be accepted ... Read More»

Seasonal Parking Restrictions to begin Nov. 1greenArrow

October 16: Seasonal night parking restrictions will be in place from Nov. 1 through April 15 (city ordinance 8-1009) and will restrict parking on the street between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. These restrictions allow city employees to remove snow ... Read More»