Fargo reminds downtown drivers to remove vehicles from avenues overnight for snow removal

Avenues run east-west in downtown Fargo.

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FARGO — Drivers are being asked to remove vehicles from downtown Fargo avenues to allow for snow removal.

City crews will be completing snow removal on downtown avenues, which run east-west, starting Tuesday evening, Dec. 7, into Wednesday morning, Dec. 8.

Beginning at 2 a.m. Wednesday, vehicles in no-parking areas downtown will be impounded so crews can remove snow, city officials said. This includes all avenues between Second Avenue South and Seventh Avenue North from Second Street to University Drive.

During that time, drivers can park on streets, which run north-south, in that area.

Parking will also be available in select city parking ramps and surface lots, where parking is free after 5 p.m. and on weekends. Visit for information about available parking.


Fargo Public Works requests the public’s help in giving equipment and crews enough room to remove the snow. Please stay a safe distance from the equipment hauling snow, especially downtown where congestion is greater.

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