Fargo Public Works

Gearing up for April snow

While Public Works are securing the streets, the public can head over to Mac's Hardware Store for winter gear

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Just when we thought the sun was sticking around, snow is back into the North Dakota sky. “We can clean up and let mother nature take it away,” Fargo Public Works Supervisor Lee Anderson said. Mother Nature switching it up once again here in North Dakota. From warm spring temperatures to snowy weather. Forcing North Dakotans…

City of Fargo Encourages Pothole Reporting

For smoother commutes you can report road damages through the FargoOne website or smartphone App.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The city of Fargo is hoping to make your commute a smoother one by encouraging people to report potholes throughout the Metro. As the cold weather freezes and expands it may cause a few cracks along the way and with the arrival of warmer weather there is bound to be some damaged roadways. “We don’t know…

Fargo Public Works Dept. trains employees for late coming winter

"It's a big responsibility but I think I'm ready for it."

FARGO, N.D. — Unusually warm temperatures has given and opportunity to city workers to better prepare for the winter. “You know, been able to do some equipment training for younger staff, so everybody is familiar with their routes that they’ll be assigned to to plow so we’re ready,” Fargo Public Works Supervisor, Lee Anderson said. Lee Anderson says it’s been a…

Fargo Public Works Crews Filling Up Potholes

Lee Anderson Of Fargo Public Works says the road work required this year isn't anything out of the ordinary.

FARGO, N.D. — Crews were out covering potholes around 13th Avenue South and surrounding areas. “We have an asphalt kennel, and an overlay crew that we haven’t really started yet but we will shortly,” Supervisor of Fargo Public Works Lee Anderson said. Lee Anderson Of Fargo Public Works says the road work required this year isn’t anything out of the…

Fargo Public Works to Remove Snow Packs from Residential Streets

The cleanup will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days.

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo Public Works crews will be removing snow from residential streets throughout the city on Thursday and Friday. The crews will focus on 19th Avenue North to I-94 on Thursday, and from 25th Street to the Red River on Friday working their way out of the city until it is complete. The cleanup will take place from 7:30 a.m….

City Of Fargo Asking People To Not Park Downtown Overnight

This includes all avenues between 1st Ave. S. and 6th Ave. N. from 2nd St. to University Drive

FARGO, N.D. — The City Of Fargo is asking people to clear out of downtown overnight as plows try and clean the area. Starting at 2 AM vehicles parked in downtown district avenues will be impounded to ensure that the plows can get their job down. This includes all avenues between 1st Ave. S. and 6th Ave. N. from 2nd…

Vehicles Parked On Downtown Fargo Streets to be Impounded on Saturday

Snow removal will begin Friday evening into Saturday morning.

FARGO, N.D.–Vehicles parked on Downtown Fargo streets will be impounded beginning at 2 a.m. on Saturday to ensure Fargo Public Works crews can finish removing snow. This includes all streets between 1st Avenue S. and 6th Avenue N. from 2nd Street to University Drive. Snow removal will begin Friday evening into Saturday morning. Avenues in the downtown area will be…

Fargo City No Travel Advisory Ends at NOON

Fargo trash and recycling collections will now begin at 12 noon.

FARGO, N.D. – The No Travel Advisory in Fargo will be lifted at 12 noon today. However, 19th Avenue North will remain closed for the foreseeable future until wind speeds decrease. Fargo trash and recycling collections will now begin at 12 noon. City facilities and the Ground Transportation Center (GTC) in Downtown Fargo will open at 12 noon, with MATBUS…

Fargo Public Works Plowing Throughout Night To Clear Roads

The Department Will Be Working To Clear Open Neighborhoods

FARGO, N.D. — Overnight snowfall is going to be leaving the city of Fargo Public Works going around the clock to try and clear up some pathways for people. The department says it’s going to try and reach residential areas in town. However, the department says drifts as high as 4 to 5 feet will cause severe challenges for the…

Fargo Public Works crews prepare for the worst as winds get stronger

There will be about 28 workers on the night shift plowing the streets

FARGO, N.D.- Crews began plowing emergency routes this morning as they expect conditions to get worse on Sunday. They will try to plow residential areas before the wind picks up. They say for them, the biggest game changer is the wind. “Once you start plowing, drifting will be losing lanes, it will be difficult to keep certain roadways. It’s going…