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Posted on: September 8, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City of West Fargo City Commission confirms special assessment allocation for 7 improvement projects

Special Assessment Confirmation Notice

The West Fargo City Commission confirmed the special assessments for the following projects during the Tuesday, Sept. 7, meeting:

  • Project No. 1321 – The Wilds 11th Addition
  • Project No. 1322 – Eaglewood 7th Addition
  • Project No. 1323 – Brooks Harbor 9th Addition
  • Project No. 1325 – Oak Ridge 9th Addition
  • Project No. 1329 – Eagle Run 9th Addition
  • Project No. 2254 – Eagle Ridge Plaza 6th Addition
  • Project No. 4063 – The Wilds Storm Sewer Lift Station

The special assessment balance for each project is now available to view per property at Certified special assessments may be paid interest-free for the first 10 days after they become certified by contacting the City of West Fargo Finance Department at (701) 515-5010. The interest-free payment window for these projects is Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, through Friday, Sept. 17, 2021. Only certified special assessments can be paid. Pending special assessments are estimates only.

Following those 10 days, the city will amortize the principal amount over a 25-year term and interest will accrue on the outstanding balance. An annual special assessment installment payment is included in the property owner’s Cass County consolidated tax statement and is due with property taxes. 

Information about these projects is available at Once the City Commission confirms the special assessments, the City certifies the special assessment amounts the following day.

Improvement District No. 2250, the street improvement district for the reconstruction of Sheyenne Street from Beaton Drive to 40th Avenue W., was paused during the Monday, Aug. 2, 2021, West Fargo City Commission meeting. For details on actions in this district, visit the District No. 2250 alert page.

If a landowner is still aggrieved with the special assessment allocation list after it is confirmed by the West Fargo City Commission, they may appeal to a district court.

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