Go2030 Fargo Comprehensive Plan - Finalized

Go2030 Fargo Comprehensive Plan – Finalized

Read the Go2030 Fargo Comprehensive Plan below.  This document was approved at the May 29, 2012 City Commission meeting. Download pdf: Fargo Comprehensive Plan.
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Go2030 Steering Committee Meeting

The Go2030 Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will meet Thursday, October 27 at 9 a.m. in the Commission Room at City Hall. This meeting is open to the public and will be broadcast live on TV Fargo channel 12 and by video stream at www.cityoffargo.com/streaming.

Watch Kinji Akagawa’s Talk on Public Art: Feeling Beauty in the City

Kinji Akagawa gave a presentation on pulic art as part of the Go2030 speaker’s series. Watch his talk below. The Go2030 Speaker series brings in experts and thinkers in urban issues to create a rich dialogue as the City updates its comprehensive plan.
Presentation and Video from the Go2030 Community Meeting

Presentation and Video from the Go2030 Community Meeting

Watch the video and flip through the presentation from the September 22nd Community Meeting below. Fargo Public Meeting – Sept. 22
Go2030 Speaker Forum presents: Kinji Akagawa

Go2030 Speaker Forum presents: Kinji Akagawa

  Don’t miss the next Go2030 Speaker Forum event this Wednesday; distinguished artist Kinji Akagawa will be giving a talk on the role of public art in the community. Kinji Akagawa is one of the most beloved teachers and artists living in the Twin Cities. He has been called a model Minnesota artist, and a pioneer in...
Community Meeting Voting Results

Community Meeting Voting Results

During the community meeting last week, attendees was asked to rate “key initiatives” by voting for them with beans in jars labeled with each initiative.  This prioritization exercise will influence how the City of Fargo will direct its resources in the future.  If you missed your chance to vote in the community meeting – be...
Fargo Community Vision Document

Fargo Community Vision Document

The Fargo Community Vision document represents the community’s vision for the future of Fargo. It combines hundreds of ideas shared in community meetings and online at go2030townhall.com. The vision document gives a snapshot of the planning work done to date and is a precursor to the comprehensive plan. Read the Community Vision document below or...
Community Meeting: Thursday, September 22nd

Community Meeting: Thursday, September 22nd

Help shape the big ideas that will shape the future of Fargo. Join us for the second community meeting on Thursday, September 22nd in the Commission Room in City Hall.   Help spread the word! Download and display the above poster at your home, work, or around town.
Go2030 Steering Committee Discusses Plan Vision and Guiding Principles

Go2030 Steering Committee Discusses Plan Vision and Guiding Principles

The Go2030 Steering Committee met on August 25th to discuss the vision statement and guiding principles of the Comprehensive Plan and to brainstorm opportunities for the plan to positively impact the city of Fargo. Watch the video of the meeting below:
Voting is live on the Go2030 Town Hall site!

Voting is live on the Go2030 Town Hall site!

Voting is live on the Go2030 Town Hall site! Lend your support to the best ideas and help shape the future of Fargo! Here are some of the top ideas so far: 1% for the Arts For every new construction, 1% of the budget must be assigned for innovative design, the arts, green arts, environmental...
Go2030 Speaker Series: Artspace

Go2030 Speaker Series: Artspace

Watch Wendy Holmes’ lecture on Artspace, a nonprofit real estate developer dedicated to building better communities through the arts.  Learn more about Artspace here. Artspace’s mission is to create, foster, and preserve affordable space for artists and arts organizations. It pursues this mission through development projects, asset management activities, consulting services, and community-building activities that...
Go2030 Speaker Series: Thomas Fisher - The Role Of Design in Creating Resilient Communities

Go2030 Speaker Series: Thomas Fisher – The Role Of Design in Creating Resilient Communities

Watch Dr. Thomas Fisher’s talk. “The Role of Design in Creating Resilient Communities.” Dr. Fisher’s research focuses on the ethical, economic and cultural ideas that drive sustainable building practices in the United States and on new design tools and conceptual structures for the creation of a more environmentally sustainable built environment.
Go2030 Speaker Series IV: Rick Harrison - Prefurbia Workshop

Go2030 Speaker Series IV: Rick Harrison – Prefurbia Workshop

Rick Harrison, President of Rick Harrison Site Design Studio and author of Prefurbia: Reinventing the Suburbs, gives presents his Prefurbia concept: A collection of innovations in design and technology specific to sustainable development that provides a ‘preferred’ standard of living for both urban and suburban dwellers.