Truck Regulatory Officer (TRO)
The Fargo Police Department Truck Regulatory Officer position is a cooperative effort between the Fargo Police Department and the City of Fargo Public Works Department working primarily to reduce and prevent damage caused to city streets by overweight trucks and heavy equipment. During the construction season, this officer monitors work sites to make sure truck loads are in compliance with weight restrictions.
This officer also monitors passenger vehicle speeds in construction zones and assists with traffic control when large equipment must move out of the work zone and into lanes of travel. The Truck Regulatory Officer also attends construction planning meetings and responds to citizen complaints.
PDF City Maps
The City of Fargo maintains many different categories and styles of maps. This web page allows you to access all the maps available on our website in one location. More maps from the City of Fargo are available on the City Maps home page. Many of the maps in the Map Gallery section below are in Adobe PDF format and display best with the latest version of Adobe Reader.
Over-dimensional Vehicle Policy
The Over-dimensional Vehicle Policy establishes the weight, width, length and height restrictions for vehicles operating on the City's streets.
Operators who wish to apply for an exception to the rules may submit an application to the City of Fargo Engineering Department. If the operator receives approval and pays the applicable fees, he or she will receive a special written permit authorizing the operation of vehicles that exceed the limits set forth in the Over-dimensional Vehicle Policy Manual.
Trucks and Construction zones
The Fargo Police Department and Public Works Departments cooperate in the monitoring of truck weight and construction zones. City code places limitations on truck weight by season and also sets the requirements for traffic flow in construction zones.
Contact the City's Truck Regulatory Officer to file a complaint about overweight trucks or construction zone traffic violations.