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Downtown Fargo

Downtown InFocus

A favorite block or business, restaurant, or route that you love to visit? What does downtown mean to you?

Think about how much Downtown Fargo has changed in the past 10 years. Downtown buzzes with activity due to locally-owned and unique stores and restaurants. New lofts are attracting more Downtown residents. The City is investing in a new City Hall and work continues along the Red River to both handle flooding and provide valuable trails and open space. Downtown Fargo is starting to hit its stride as a destination, as an economic center, and increasingly, as a neighborhood.

What will the next decade and beyond bring for Downtown Fargo? Do you find yourself thinking about the next great opportunity for downtown? Do you have ideas to share? If so, we need to hear from you.

A favorite block or business, restaurant, or route that you love to visit? What does downtown mean to you?

Think about how much Downtown Fargo has changed in the past 10 years. Downtown buzzes with activity due to locally-owned and unique stores and restaurants. New lofts are attracting more Downtown residents. The City is investing in a new City Hall and work continues along the Red River to both handle flooding and provide valuable trails and open space. Downtown Fargo is starting to hit its stride as a destination, as an economic center, and increasingly, as a neighborhood.

What will the next decade and beyond bring for Downtown Fargo? Do you find yourself thinking about the next great opportunity for downtown? Do you have ideas to share? If so, we need to hear from you.

Downtown InFocus is a comprehensive and open planning process to envision the future for Downtown Fargo and to serve as a blueprint for the coming years. All members of the public are invited to help shape this plan for Fargo's core and take action to help implement the plan.

Facilitated by the City of Fargo and its partners, and in collaboration with the InFocus planning team, the plan will incorporate thorough research, community feedback, and expert planning. We hope you will get involved!

For more information, please view http://www.fargoinfocus.org/.