Downtown Fargo drivers asked to move vehicles for snow removal Monday night

Drivers may park on east/west avenues in downtown Fargo while the streets are cleared Monday night and Tuesday morning.

City of Fargo workers clear snow off roads and alleys on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022.
Chris Flynn / The Forum

FARGO — Drivers are being asked to remove their vehicles from downtown Fargo streets Monday evening, Jan. 10, into Tuesday morning, Jan. 11, to allow city crews to clear snow.

Vehicles parked on north/south streets between Second Avenue South and Seventh Avenue North from Second Street to University Drive will be impounded beginning at 2 a.m. Tuesday.

Drivers may park on east/west avenues in downtown while the streets are cleared. Parking is also available at certain city parking lots and ramps after 5 p.m.

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