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The Centennial neighborhood, which is located on Fargo’s south side, became part of the city between 1989 and 1995. The neighborhood is made up of single-family homes and enjoys access to a number of parks and multi-use trails, including Centennial Park, Timberline Park, Oak Creek Park, Fox Run Conservancy and Rose Coulee, which meanders through the neighborhood. The neighborhood is named after Centennial Elementary School, located on 25th Street and 40th Avenue South.

Neighborhood Maps (PDF files)

Centennial GM  
Neighborhood General Map
Centennial LM  
Land Use, Parks & Trails
Fargo Census Data for This Neighborhood
Year 2010
Population 1712
Housing Units 558
Owner 539
Renter 8
Homeownership 99%

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Fargo Planning Dept

Median age of owner-occupied homes: 1997 (1989-2003)

Annexed into city: 1989–1995


Fargo Parks District
Centennial Park
Oak Creek Park
Fox Run
Meadow Creek Park
Timberline Park
Rose Coulee
Rose Creek Golf Course
In addition, the Fox Run Conservancy rests in the middle of the neighborhood. 


Fargo Public School District
Fargo Public School Map 



Centennial is in ND Legislative District 41

ND Legislative Council Districts
Cass County Voting Precincts


Police Beat

District 3 



Bikeway Map (pdf) (class 1 paths along 25th St and 40th Avenue)
No Metro Area Transit routes in neighborhood


Neighborhood Organizations



Garbage and Recycling

Solid Waste Services