Parking

UPDATE: Fargo Man Identified as Person Who Died in Vehicle in Hornbacher’s Parking Lot

Police say a medical condition most likely happened yesterday afternoon

UPDATE – Fargo Police have identified the dead person found in a vehicle in the 32nd Ave S Hornbacher’s parking lot as 68-year-old Roger Fjeldahl of Fargo.   FARGO, N.D. — A body was found in a car in the parking lot of Hornbacher’s on 32nd Avenue. Police say a customer noticed a man slumped over in the driver’s seat just…

Fargo Public Works Reminds Drivers of Seasonal Parking Restrictions

The restrictions run from Nov. 1 to April 15

FARGO, N.D. — With the snow comes more parking restrictions, and the Fargo Public Works Department wants to remind the public to follow all signage. Parking restrictions started on Nov. 1 and go until April 15. “At the end of the day it’s about safe driving conditions. It’s not about trying to be spiteful. There’s a reason behind all of them,” Lee…

Biden Visit And Minnesota Sectionals Presents Parking Challenge At Fargodome

Biden will appear at the Fargo Air Museum at 11 a.m.

FARGO, N.D. — Former Vice President Joe Biden will be in Fargo tomorrow morning to campaign for Heidi Heitkamp. Biden will appear at the Fargo Air Museum at 11 a.m. Due to the increased traffic in the area, Fargodome officials are asking those going to see Biden to park in the West side parking lot, lots F and G. Those going…

Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Skips State Fair After Parking Challenge

Kirk Cousins tweeted Saturday afternoon: "Raincheck on Minnesota State Fair...parking was a challenge"

FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — The Minnesota State Fair set an opening day record for attendance: 122,000. But it was a hellish experience for the thousands of people who tried to get to the fair. Traffic was backed up for blocks. Even a Minnesota Vikings player had a tough time in traffic. Kirk Cousins tweeted Saturday afternoon: “Raincheck on Minnesota State…

Questions Are Raised After Fargo Brings Food Truck Pilot Program to People’s Attention

But both sides of the coin do agree on one thing, there needs to be some ironing out before this food truck pilot program goes into effect

FARGO, N.D. — As the City of Fargo is trying to implement a food truck pilot program, those with the trucks and downtown business owners are raising their questions. Jessie Cohen tells us what they had to say at an open house meeting with the city in our lead story. Some are looking to expand their business on wheels. “Look…

Some People In Devils Lake Are Against Historic Downtown Improvements

many oppose the plan because it means losing parking places in front of businesses

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — A number of people in Devils Lake, including store owners, are opposing a project to improve the city’s historic downtown. The project includes sidewalk, curb and gutter replacement, and aesthetic additions. Some are enthusiastic about the project, believing it will encourage more people to shop downtown. But many oppose the plan because it means losing parking…

The Valley’s Winter Parking Problem

Adam Ladwig Learns First-Hand When His Car Gets Boxed In

Snow isn’t only cold, wet and annoying. It’s also a magician, hiding things in plain sight, and the result of that trick can leave you trapped. There’s a Facebook page called Fargo Can’t Park. It’s pretty harmless. People post photos of poor parking jobs, people straddling the line, people parked in front of hydrants. Even KVRR was featured on the…

Moorhead Planning Commission Votes For ‘Conditional Use’ on Residential Lots

Homeowners want to preserve the historic Comstock neighborhood

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead homeowners in the Comstock neighborhood want the city to change its rules to keep parking lots away from their properties. Current city law allows lots to be built without public notification. People took to City Hall to advocate for a conditional use permit, which means a public hearing and certain standards would have to be met before…

West Fargo Considers Changing City-Wide Parking Ordinance

The city wants to make clearing city streets after snow events easier

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The city of West Fargo is considering a revision of its city–wide parking ordinance. According to city leaders, they have received complaints about cars remaining parked in one location for more than the allowed 72 hours. They also say that cars parked on city streets also make snow removal a challenge. The city hopes that a…

One Person Hurt in Alleged Robbery, Assault at Grand Forks Denny’s

Police say the suspect is a six foot tall black man wearing a brown and orange shirt

  GRAND FORKS, ND — Police in Grand Forks say a victim is hurt after an assault and robbery at Denny’s. Officers were called to the parking lot at about 2:25 this morning for reports of a fight, but when they arrived, no one was there. Then at 4:50 a.m., they were called to Altru Hospital where a victim was…