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Yes, you will need to contact the West Fargo Police Department at (701) 433-5500 and ask to speak to the Support Services Officer. Be prepared to provide the officer with the following information:
The officer will consider the request and make a determination if the special parking is warranted.
If you have any questions or concerns with a current city construction project please visit westfargostreets.com or contact the public works department.
810 12th Ave. NW
West Fargo, ND 58078
Contact information for City Commissioners, as well as information about City Commission meeting times and dates, can found on the City Commission page.
The unpaid balance of special assessments, or uncertified balance, is the balance that remains after the yearly installment is sent to Cass County for payment. The special assessment balance for properties in West Fargo are available on the Assessor website. Be sure to follow the on-screen instructions for entering the parcel number or address correctly.
If you intend to pay off your specials, please contact the Finance department or fill out the Special Assessment Payoff Request form to obtain the actual pay-off dollar amount, as interest accrues on this balance monthly. Interest charges may be less if prepaid. Partial payments are accepted. There are no specials payments accepted between October 15th and November 1st to allow for the completion of certification of specials installments to Cass County. For questions about pending specials, please contact the City Engineer.
Payments may be made in cash, check or money order made payable to the City of West Fargo. Payments may be made in person (from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or by mail to:
City of West Fargo
800 4th Avenue E, Suite 1
Please note: The City of West Fargo does not have the information for the Sheyenne Diversion. The Sheyenne Diversion information may be obtained by calling (701) 298-2381.
The city will not perform legal surveys. Front pins are usually 2-feet behind the sidewalk but can vary. You can try to locate the property pins (rebar located below the ground) with a metal detector. A legal boundary survey can be performed by a Registered Land Surveyor in the State of North Dakota.