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Posted on: September 27, 2022

Voters asked to approve a one-half percent sales tax increase in November

Public Safety Sales Tax alert

The City of West Fargo is asking voters to approve a one-half percent (0.5%) sales tax increase during the 2022 general election in November to help fund public safety.

Why:

The West Fargo Police and Fire Departments are seeing a rise in financial need that...

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Posted on: September 26, 2022

West Fargo Police Department hires first officer from Community Service Officer program

West Fargo Police Department hires first officer from Community Service Officer program

The West Fargo Police Department is excited to announce the promotion of Tyler Todd from Community Service Officer (CSO) to sworn law enforcement officer. Officer Todd began as a CSO in February 2022.

“The CSO program aims to give studen...

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Posted on: September 21, 2022

West Fargo Police Department asking for public’s help in identifying individuals responsible

West Fargo Police Department asking for publics help (PNG)

The West Fargo Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the individual, or individuals, responsible for distributing racially divisive materials throughout West Fargo neighborhoods. 

The West Fargo Police Departme...

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Posted on: August 16, 2022

West Fargo Police Department to partner with Essentia Health for enhanced cardiac screening program

West Fargo Police Department to partner with Essentia Health for enhanced cardiac screening program

The West Fargo Police Department has partnered with Essentia Health to develop an enhanced cardiac screening program. This program is a part of the department’s officer wellness program designed to identify those most at risk of a cardiac event ...

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Posted on: July 11, 2022

West Fargo residents are reminded public retention ponds are not for recreational use

Retention Pond Safety Press Release (PNG)

The West Fargo Police and Fire Departments want to remind residents that public retention ponds are not intended for recreational use. Retention ponds serve an important purpose that makes them unsuitable for play, and pose multiple safety hazards that ca...

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