New Fargo City Hall Project
The new City Hall is completed and open to serve the residents of Fargo. Construction began on the 150,000 square-foot structure in August 2016, with the completion in September 2018. The structure is designed to house Fargo's municipal operations into the next century. It will be a welcome addition to the downtown skyline, as well as to the greater community's character and appeal.
The project's architect is T.L. Stroh Architects, general contractor is Olaf Anderson, mechanical contractor is Robert Gibb & Sons and the electrical contractor is Sun Electric
As the construction progressed, videos were posted on the bottom of the home page on the City's website and all available videos have been archived for viewing. Take a Vitual Tour of the New Fargo City Hall.
For more information about the project (including the facility's featured highlights and floor distributions), read the Fargo City Hall Groundbreaking Handout.
Opening City Hall: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The ribbon cutting ceremony took place on September 17, 2018 and the new City Hall is open to the public. View the video from the event and view the image gallery of the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
Live Stream of City Hall Progress
Camera view pointed at the entrance to the new City Hall building. This south end of the building shows an expanse of windows for natural light, a welcoming entrance for residents and visitors accompanied by the new City Commission Chambers housed on the right, southeast corner of the building. The old City Hall building is seen to the west and the Fargo Public Library is residing to the southwest of the new City Hall building.