The City of Fargo will host a community open house on Tuesday, December 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. as an official grand opening to its new City Hall in Downtown Fargo.  A program, with remarks by Mayor Tim Mahoney, will begin at 5 p.m. in the new City Commission Chambers on the main floor of the facility.  Fargo South High School’s musical ensemble Belle Orso Voci (BOV), under the direction of Sara Lichtblau, will perform at 5:30 p.m.

Parking will be available in the two parking lots to the south of the new City Hall, as well as the lot to the north of the Fargo Public Library.  Those seeking accessible parking spaces should utilize the parking deck located near the northwest-facing door of the new building, with access off of Third Avenue North. Additionally, visitors are encouraged to utilize LinkFM, which will be in full operation for the duration of the event. 

Visitors will have the opportunity to explore all three main floors of the building during the open house, with City staff members giving tours within each department.  Refreshments will be offered in the main lobby/atrium.

Fargo’s new City Hall, located at 225 Fourth Street North, is a 150,000 square-foot structure housing twelve City departments and divisions.  Over 200 employees work in the new structure, which was designed to house municipal operations into the next century.

The project’s architect/interior design firm was T.L. Stroh Architects & Interiors, general contractor was Olaf Anderson, mechanical contractor was Robert Gibb & Sons and the electrical contractor was Sun Electric. 

Fargo’s new City Hall was designed for and is dedicated to the citizens of Fargo.