April 14: The annual spring Cleanup Week event is scheduled for the May 5 - 9, 2014. Cleanup week is an opportunity for residents to dispose of unwanted items and appliances free of charge. Electronics will not be collected during ... Read More»
The City of Fargo holds an annual auction of used vehicles and equipment, as well as impounded items twice a year.
The 2014 spring auction will be held on Saturday, May 3, at the City Impound Lot which is located at ... Read More»
April 10: On Friday, April 11, Assistant Fargo Fire Chief Steven Balstad will be retiring after 40 years of service. Balstad began his career with the Fargo Fire Department in 1974; he is one of only 15 employees in department ... Read More»
April 10: Non-essential City offices will be closed for the Good Friday holiday on Friday, April 18, 2014. All Fargo Public Library locations will be closed on Friday, April 18 and on Easter Sunday, April 20. Garbage and recycling collections ... Read More»
April 4: The City of Fargo Public Art Taskforce is seeking community participation in a public art inventory project. The goal is to identify and inventory all existing public art within the city. All members of the community are invited ... Read More»
March 26: The City of Fargo plans on hosting an auction for flood buyout properties this summer. The date, time and auctioneer have not yet been selected. It is anticipated the auction will occur in late June or early July 2014. ... Read More»
March 21: The City of Fargo will be imposing Spring Load Restrictions effective Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Truck route maps are available for pickup in the Engineering Department free of charge or they can be viewed online at www.fargotruckroutes.com.
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March 21: Spring is finally here and that means it’s time for Walk This Way! Mayor Dennis Walaker will help kick off this annual series of 13 walking/biking events on Tuesday, March 25, at noon at the Fargo City Commission ... Read More»
March 14: The City of Fargo has begun its annual phone book recycling campaign. Yellow containers have been placed throughout the city for residents to deposit their old phone books. The containers, which will remain in place until Friday, April ... Read More»