City of West Fargo Public Input Meetings
Community Forum on Special Assessments

Community Forums on Special Assessments

During the month of January, the City of West Fargo will host five Special Assessment Forums to provide information on special assessments and an opportunity for West Fargo property owners to provide input.

  • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14: Legacy Elementary School (5150 Ninth St. W., West Fargo)
  • 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17: Eventide at Sheyenne Crossings (225 13th Ave. W., West Fargo)
  • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28: Brooks Harbor Elementary School (801 22nd Ave. W., West Fargo)

During the events, attendees will be given an overview of the special assessment process and the city’s financing strategies. The event will then break out into small groups to give residents the opportunity to provide feedback. This feedback will then be compiled and presented to the West Fargo City Commission and staff.

Space is limited to 50 attendees at each event. To learn more about these forums and the city’s current special assessment policy, visit

Downtown Sheyenne Street Project Public Input Meeting

Downtown Sheyenne Street Project Public Input Meeting

The City of West Fargo invites the public to attend an input meeting 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, at the Arthur W. Jones VFW Post 7564 (444 Sheyenne St. West Fargo). The input meeting will provide residents with an opportunity to discuss proposed street improvements to Sheyenne Street from Main Avenue to Eighth Avenue W.

This street project is a major element in the revitalization of downtown West Fargo and has a goal of creating a vibrant downtown space that encourages walking, events and enhance economic development in the area. The initial proposed design calls for narrowing the existing road width, increasing sidewalk widths, slowing traffic, reducing crossing distance at intersections, easing pedestrian and motorists’ safety concerns and improving lighting. The proposed project implements elements of the City of West Fargo’s Downtown Framework Studynew comprehensive plan and Downtown Sheyenne Street Corridor Study.

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