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Fargo access channels moving to 56 & 68greenArrow

January 26: CableOne is moving the City of Fargo operated Public, Education and Government (PEG) television channels to government channel 56 and community channel 68 as part of its conversion to all digital service. In the past, programming was broadcast on ... Read More»

Fargo Police host first Coffee with a CopgreenArrow

January 26: Fargo Police Department will host its first Coffee with a Cop on Wednesday, Jan. 28 from 9 to 9:30 a.m. at McDonalds, 905 Main Avenue, Fargo.  The department will host Coffee with a Cop the last Wednesday of ... Read More»

FEMA Letters of Map Change (LOMC) now available onlinegreenArrow

January 23: Fargo residents may now look up recently issued FEMA Letter of Map Change (LOMC) documents online at www.FargoFloodInsurance.com. The documents state whether or not FEMA has approved requests for areas to be removed from the Special Flood Hazard ... Read More»

Flashing yellow left turn arrows installed in FargogreenArrow

January 23: Flashing yellow left turn arrows are now up and running at 11 intersections in Fargo, with the completion of modifications made this week at five locations. This new type of turn arrow is intended to make left turns ... Read More»

Watch the State of the Cities Address onlinegreenArrow

January 22: Video of the 2015 State of the Cities event is now available online. The event features State of the Cities Addresses from the Mayors of Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo and Dilworth. The event will also be rebroadcast on TV ... Read More»

Share your vision on www.EngageFargo.com greenArrow

January 22: The City of Fargo has launched a new website aimed at gathering your ideas and opinions, and integrating them into future city projects. www.EngageFargo.com is like a virtual town hall meeting that you can attend at your convenience, ... Read More»

Fargo Public Library circulates record 1 million itemsgreenArrow

January 14: The Fargo Public Library is pleased to announce that area residents borrowed over 1 million items from the library in 2014. This is the first time in the library’s history for that to occur.      The library’s total ... Read More»

Fargo semifinalist in Georgetown Energy Prize competitiongreenArrow

January 14: The City of Fargo has cleared a major hurdle in the Georgetown University Energy Prize (GUEP) competition. Fargo has been selected as one of just 50 communities to advance to the semifinal round. GUEP challenges small to medium ... Read More»

Fargo named "Best Performing Small City"greenArrow

January 9: The City of Fargo has been name "Best performing Small City"  by the Milken Institute. According to the Milken Institute, "(Fargo) improved two positions to finish first among the best-performing small cities. The metro has outpaced the national average ... Read More»

Fargo Renaissance Zone extension approvedgreenArrow

January 6: The State of North Dakota has approved a five year time extension for the Fargo Renaissance Zone until December of 2019. The downtown Fargo Renaissance Zone was established in 1999 and was set to expire at the end ... Read More»

Increased traffic enforcement starting week of Jan. 5greenArrow

January 2: The Fargo Police Department is gearing up to conduct an increased seat belt/traffic enforcement campaign, beginning the week of Jan. 5 through the end of the month, as part of the state wide Click-It or Ticket effort. In addition ... Read More»

2014 building permit totals top $1-billiongreenArrow

December 30: For the first time, building permit values in Fargo have exceeded $1-billion. This milestone is two and a half times higher than the previous record of $377-million set in 2013. As of noon on Dec. 30, the value ... Read More»

Christmas light recycling offered at Household Hazardous Waste FacilitygreenArrow

December 23: 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. This year residents ... Read More»