May 23: The Fargo Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint within Fargo city limits between May 23 - 30, 2013. Since October of 2004, the Fargo Police Department has conducted 56 sobriety checkpoints which have resulted in 168 ... Read More»
May 22: The 2013 Electronics recycling event will be Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring your items to the Solid Waste Facility at 2301 8th Ave. N. Please call 241-1449 for more information.
The HHW building is ... Read More»
May 22: Non-essential City offices will be closed on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. All Fargo Public Library locations will be closed Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27. Garbage collection will operate as follows: Monday collection on Tuesday; the remainder ... Read More»
May 22: More low-income senior citizens and disabled persons may be able to receive the Homestead Tax Credit for 2013 because of recent changes to the eligibility requirements, which were included in Senate Bill 2171 and House Bill 1015.
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May 22: The Fargo Police Department is gearing up to conduct an increased seat belt/traffic enforcement campaign May 21 - 31, 2013, as part of the state wide Click-It or Ticket effort.
In addition to looking for individuals who are not ... Read More»
May 17: Fargo Municipal Judge Steve Dawson presided over the swearing-in ceremony of Scott Diamond as Diamond took the oath of office as Fargo’s Alternate Municipal Court Judge. Diamond was appointed to the position by the Fargo City Commission and ... Read More»
May 11: Fargo residents are invited to pick up free compost and wood chips through June 6. The compost and wood chips are located west of the Household Hazardous Waste facility, 606 43 1/2 St N. Each household qualifies for one free ... Read More»
May 16: The City of Fargo has completed the addition of on-street bikes lanes on both 10th St. and University Drive between 4th Ave. N. & 12th Ave. N. as part of the City’s plan to add more bike facilities ... Read More»
May 16: With the end of the school year fast approaching, it is not too early to start thinking about what our children will be doing with the freedom that comes with summer. While we all want to be able ... Read More»
May 15: Learn about the basics of geocaching, geocaching rules and guidelines, types of geocaches, and the basics of how to use a GPS at the Dr. James Carlson Library on Monday, June 17, at 6:30 p.m. with Jerome Hasbargen. If ... Read More»
May 14: Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Awareness Week will kick-off Sunday, May 19. EAB Awareness Week is an effort to increase public awareness about EAB and the threat it poses to ash trees in Fargo and North Dakota.
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May 10: The Fargo Human Relations Commission and High Plains Fair Housing Center will sponsor a Fair Housing Training Workshop on Tuesday, June 4, from 1 - 4 p.m. at the Fargo Holiday Inn, 3803 13th Ave. S. Attendees will ... Read More»
May 8: If you have some spare room in your garden, or would like to try growing a new vegetable this year, consider beans! The group One Vegetable, One Community is striving to unite the Fargo Moorhead communities by encouraging ... Read More»
May 7: Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo have earned recognition as 2013 Playful City USA communities for their efforts to increase play opportunities for children. Playful City USA is a national program advocating for local policies that increase play opportunities ... Read More»
May 7: In partnership, the Fargo Public Library, Moorhead Public Library, West Fargo Public Library, and Plains Art Museum are launching the Three Communities, Two Books, One Art Exhibit (3.2.1) project starting Thursday, May 9. All area residents are encouraged ... Read More»
May 1: Yard waste bins are now available at 13 recycling drop sites throughout Fargo. Residents are asked to haul grass clippings and other yard waste to these sites now through October 31, 2013, as it will no longer be ... Read More»
April 5: In an effort to manage the spread of Dutch elm disease, the Fargo Forestry Department will begin inspecting firewood next week at homes around the city. Dutch elm disease destroyed over 300 elm trees in Fargo last year. Read More»