DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl helps support downtown businesses

"You get to discover new businesses and new restaurants and new coffee shops so it's a great way to explore and see all what downtown has to offer."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A frostival event is giving cocoa and coffee lovers a chance to stroll around downtown Fargo while sipping on their favorite hot beverage. With 20 participating shops, the sixth annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl is keeping people warm as they enjoy a day full of shopping, eating and of course sipping…while helping support locally owned businesses….

Local virtual event lets you ring in the new year from the comfort of your home

The event starts at 10:30pm.

FARGO, N.D.- Broadway Square is hosting a New Year’s Eve Extravaganza for those looking to bring in the new year at home. Still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, New Years Eve is another celebration that will not look the same this year. Broadway Square in Fargo wanted to provide the F-M community the experience of welcoming a new…

LIVE: Warm Hands, Warm Hearts Helps Give People In Need Winter Gear

Program Looking To Expand In Its 2nd Year

  A growing number of businesses are helping people in need get the warm winter gear they need this season. The Downtown Community Partnership’s Warm Hands, Warm Hearts drive is up and running. Participating businesses have a tree set up in their store stocked with gently used hats, gloves and scarves. Anyone can come and take items no questions asked,…

Xcel Energy Holiday Lights Parade cancelled

FARGO, N.D.–The Downtown Community Partnership has announced the cancellation of the Xcel Energy Holiday Lights Parade due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CDC guidelines continue to recommend limited attendance at events and the parade attracts thousands of people every year. In place of the parade, the DCP is hoping to provide several shopping and entertainment events for the community to enjoy….

Decorating Downtown Fargo with Chalk

FARGO, N.D. – The Downtown Community Partnership needed a big idea that was COVID-19 friendly to celebrate some of the last days of summer. Their grand idea? Walk and Chalk, a celebration of downtown art letting families create some of their own. “It was just an idea that was very casual. We needed something casual that people can do during…

2020 Downtown Fargo Street Fair cancelled amid coronavirus concerns

FARGO, N.D.–The Downtown Fargo Street Fair has been cancelled in response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19. The Downtown Community Partnership previously made the decision to postpone the event, but ultimately decided to cancel 2020’s street fair. The announcement comes two days after rioters caused extensive damage and looted some local businesses in downtown Fargo. DCP President and CEO Melissa…

Fargo-Moorhead St. Patricks Day Parade Canceled

FARGO, N.D.–The 24th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Downtown Fargo-Moorhead has been canceled. The Downtown Community Partnership made the decision based on concerns of spreading COVID-19 in large gatherings of people. The parade was scheduled for Saturday morning.   Categories: Coronavirus, Health, Local News, Moorhead Tags: DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP, parade, st.patricks day

Fargo holds meeting to inform public of downtown parking options

The department of planning and development, the community Partnership and Interstate Parking will hold an additional meeting on Friday at noon at the Fargo Public Library

FARGO, N.D. — The department of Planning and Development partnered with Downtown Community Partnership and Interstate Parking to host a public meeting to address parking concerns in the downtown area. The meeting was held because the city felt there was a common perception among the community that there wasn’t enough parking available downtown. A survey given to business owners in…

LIVE: Dealing With Downtown Parking

On a friday night, it'll sometimes come down to a bit of luck to find a parking spot in Downtown Fargo, and if you do, it won't always be anywhere near where you're trying to go.

FARGO, ND – We’ve all had to deal with parking in the downtown area, and on a Friday night, sometimes it comes down to just how lucky you are if you find a spot. Melissa Brandt, the President of the Downtown Community Partnership, wants to talk with the public all about parking in downtown, and address the perception that parking…

Open House Scheduled to Discuss Parking Options in Downtown Fargo

There are two open house forums scheduled for February 6 and 7.

FARGO, N.D.–The public is invited to attend open house sessions to discuss the availability and use of public parking in Downtown Fargo. The Department of Planning and Development along with the Downtown Community Partnership and Interstate Parking will host two open house forums on February 6 and 7. The first open house will take place in the City Commission Chambers…