December 04, 2016

With an estimated population of more than 33,000, West Fargo is truly “a city on the grow” with one of the fastest growing communities in North Dakota. Throughout this phenomenal growth, West Fargo continues to offer an excellent student-oriented school district, a park district with world-class facilities, and a variety of housing options to meet the needs of any resident. Boasting opportunities for both families and businesses, West Fargo combines the benefits of small-town living with the resources and amenities of a large metropolitan city. 

 

The City of West Fargo contracts with Waste Management for the collection, transportation and processing of Residential Single Sort Curbside Recycling. 

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Monday, December 5, 2016

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Join us 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 in City Hall's Grand Foyer for an art reception of Tim Lamey's photography installation.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Monday, December 19, 2016

Friday, December 23, 2016


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Nov 30 Wed

The West Fargo Pioneer profiles Matt Marshall, economic development and community services director for the city of West Fargo.

Author: Economic Development Staff Department: Economic
Nov 23 Wed

The holiday shopping season has begun and buyers are taking advantage of the many instore and online deals to get the much sought after products. The joys of finding that special something can be quickly ruined when an item goes missing. There are a number of crime prevention practices you should follow to avoid becoming the victim of a theft.

Author: Police Department Staff Department: Police
Nov 19 Sat


Author: Police Department Staff Department: Police
Nov 01 Tue

Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center issued the U.S. Winter Outlook today, saying that La Nina is expected to influence winter conditions this year. La Nina favors drier, warmer winters in the southern U.S and wetter, cooler conditions in the northern U.S. If La Nina conditions materialize, forecasters say it should be weak and potentially short-lived.

Author: Police Department Staff Department: Police
Oct 13 Thu

The scales of justice have long symbolized the balance between truth and fairness within the modern-day judicial system. In criminal matters, the balance of the scale is held in favor of the accused based upon the rights granted within the United States Constitution. A person is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty within a court of law. The accused must be granted the ability to confront their accuser and examine any evidence that may be presented at trial. The person must not be subjected to the unreasonable search and seizure of their property nor cruel or unusual punishment. The government’s burden is to present evidence sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the criminal act for which they have been accused. The weight of the government’s evidence placed upon the scale’s pan must be great enough to move the balance of the scales of justice from a position of innocence for the defendant to a position of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Author: Police Department Staff Department: Police

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Posted Oct 27 Thu

GIS Specialist
CLOSED November 26, 2016
The City of West Fargo is seeking a GIS Specialist.

Author: Human Resources Staff Department: Human Resources

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There are currently no opportunities with the City of West Fargo. Check back often as opportunities will be posted here.

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Dec 02 Fri

The City of West Fargo would like to update the traveling public on a road closure at Seventh Avenue Northeast.

Author: Public Works Staff Department: Public Works
Dec 01 Thu

Compost roll-off dumpsters will be pulled from all sites by Friday, Dec. 2 for the winter season.

Author: Public Works Staff Department: Public Works
Nov 29 Tue

Grab a cup of coffee at the drive thru at Cloud 9 Salon.

Author: Economic Development Staff Department: Economic
Nov 29 Tue

The City of West Fargo invites the community to the West Fargo City Hall Grand Foyer to celebrate the holiday season with a tree lighting and children’s activities 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, and art reception 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8. These events are free and open to the public.

Author: Community Service Staff Department: Community Service
Nov 04 Fri

We would like to alert the public about a phone scam. The callers are stating they are attempting to raise money for Cass County Fire Departments. The calls are from out of state. If you recieve a call similar in nature, local Fire Departments are not raising funds by phone at this time. Do NOT give out any personal information or send money.

Author: Police Department Staff Department: Police

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The City of West Fargo contracts with Waste Management for the collection, transportation and processing of Residential Single Sort Curbside Recycling. 

Recycling Collection Days Map

2016 Recycling Calendar

 

Garbage Day Change Notice

The City of West Fargo has approved a new garbage route. These new routes change the days of the week for garbage pickup for some residents. This New schedule starts on March 23rd 2015.

Click here to see a PDF map of the changes.

To see the interactive map see below. On some computers you will need to expand the legend to get the colors. This can be accomplished by clicking in the upper left hand corner the two sideways triangles right above the zoom in and zoom out.


 



50% Complete
Modifying a 2.5-mile stretch of the rural, two-lane 12th Avenue North into a new urban corridor.

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99% Complete
This multi-phase project will modify the 1-mile stretch of rural, two-lane 32nd Avenue West into a new urban corridor with utility improvements, curb and gutter, medians, turn lanes, street lights and shared use paths. The project improvements will address utility improvements, future traffic demands and safety concerns. 

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95% Complete
This multi-phase project will modify the 1-mile stretch of rural, two-lane 40th Avenue West into a new urban corridor.

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20% Complete
Street and utility improvements to be performed in the area.

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90% Complete
This multi-phase project involves utilities, a storm water retention pond, and paving. The project will include paving of 8th Avenue Northwest from 9th Street Northwest to 26th Street Northwest as well as the reconstruction and paving of 26th Street Northwest from 8th Avenue Northwest to 1st Avenue Northwest. 

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90% Complete
This is a 2-phase storm sewer project needed to accommodate future development in Fargo.

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45% Complete
This project includes the construction of a new elevated water storage tank on the city lot adjacent to the city’s sanitation facility.

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% Complete
Headquarters to manage the ever-changing supply and demand of topsoil and clay for city projects within West Fargo. Materials are for buying, selling or trading. Contact Matt Welle at Moore Engineering to get added to the list: 701.282.4692 or mwelle@mooreengineeringinc.com.

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