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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…

LIVE: More Entertainment Options For 2019 Downtown Fargo Street Fair

Street Fair Adding A Stage For 2019

  This year’s Downtown Fargo Street Fair will be more entertaining. The event takes over Broadway in downtown Fargo Thursday through Saturday, rain or shine. Along with all the vendors and food your normally see, organizers are adding a bunch of entertainment options. New this year, there will be a concert stage with shows starting at noon Friday. There will…

LIVE: Coffee & Cocoa Crawl Comes To Downtown Fargo

27 Different Varieties Of Coffee And Cocoa Available Throughout Downtown

  The Downtown Community Partnership’s Coffee & Cocoa Crawl is finally here. The event was originally postponed due to a blizzard. Now, people will only have to brave single-digit temperatures to enjoy coffee and cocoa from 27 different local businesses on Saturday, March 2nd. If you’re wary of walking around downtown, a heated trolley will help move you around for…

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Back On, Route Expands to Moorhead

FARGO, N.D. – The St. Patrick’s Day parade will roll on with a route expanding to Moorhead. Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney says the city is partnering with the Downtown Community Partnership and former parade organizers to continue the tradition. The parade committee decided to cancel the event last month. It said it could no longer afford insurance and cited a lack…

Organizers: St. Patrick’s Day Parade Still Expected to Happen

The parade has been a staple in the community for over two decades

FARGO, N.D. — After it was announced the St. Patrick’s Day Parade this year was canceled, the Downtown Community Partnership announces that there are plans to make it happen. The cancellation was first announced because organizers said they didn’t have enough funds or manpower. They say lots of donors and volunteers have pitched in, and while they’re still working out logistical…