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Residents Encouraged to Apply to Serve on Fargo’s Sustainability and Resiliency Committee (SRC)

City Commission recently voted to expand SRC membership to include two additional public appointments


The City of Fargo has two openings on its Sustainability and Resiliency Committee. Residents are encouraged to apply for appointment by visiting Applications will begin to be reviewed on Wednesday, April 5, 2023 and applying before that date is encouraged and appreciated.

Name of Board: Sustainability and Resiliency Committee

Opening(s): Two (2) Committee Members

Meeting Logistics: Second Tuesday of every other month at 3 p.m.

Average Time Commitment: Two to three (2-3) hours per month


  1. Develops recommendations for City sustainability and resiliency action.
  2. Promotes environmental stewardship efforts in The City of Fargo.
  3. Evaluates existing City sustainability efforts and potentials for improvement.

Ideal candidates are passionate about climate issues and eager to voice their thoughts to engage in the committee. Diversity is also an important consideration.

In addition to this opening, residents are encouraged to research and apply for appointment to any of the boards, commissions and committees for consideration in the event of future vacancies.

“The Sustainability and Resiliency Committee represents an incredible opportunity to activate residents in an effort to create a cleaner, more sustainable and environmentally-friendly community. This is truly one of the greatest and most lasting impacts an individual can make for Fargo. The work of this committee will reverberate in this community for generations,” remarked Committee Chair John Strand.