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Longfellow

The Longfellow neighborhood became part of the City of Fargo in the 1960s and 1970s. It is a residential neighborhood that gets its name from Longfellow Elementary, which is located in the northeast corner of the neighborhood. Longfellow is rich in natural amenities, with riverfront access via the multi-purpose trail that parallels the river throughout the city, in addition to North Oaks, Holm and Longfellow parks. Edgewood Golf Course and the former Cardinal Muench Seminary are located on the northernmost edge of the neighborhood.

Neighborhood Maps (PDF files)

Longfellow GM  
Neighborhood General Map
Longfellow LM  
Land Use, Parks & Trails
Fargo Census Data for This Neighborhood
Year 2010
Population 2761
Housing Units 980
Owner 953
Renter 13
Homeownership 99%

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

Median age of owner-occupied homes: 1972 (1930-2001)

Annexed into city: 1960–1976

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Parks

Fargo Parks District 
Borders the Red River and includes Longfellow Park
North Oaks Park
Holm Park
VA Hospital Park
Edgewood Golf Course 

 

Schools 

Fargo Public School District
Fargo Public School Map

 

Elections 

Longfellow is in ND Legislative District 44

ND Legislative Council Districts
Cass County Voting Precincts

 

Police Beat

District 1

 

Transportation

Bikeway Map (pdf)
Metro Area Transit serves the neighborhood with 1 route on Elm Street

 

Neighborhood Organizations

N/A

 

Garbage and Recycling

Solid Waste Services