Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo is a small city, around 90000 people in size. However, there is much going on due to college students that go to school here. The town doesn't have much entertainment to offer, but it has tons of stores and business'. The city is very nice during the summer, with bright sunny weather and not too hot. Winter is when it sucks though, It is snowing all the time and a bummer. (I guess depending on the person, I hate the cold) Overall, its a nice place to live for awhile, but not worth moving to forever.

Fargo is a valley city of about 120,000, 200,000 if you count the surrounding cities. We are peaceful, republican, with a very low crime rate. We have won many awards for being an All American city, as well as awards for our low crime rate. There are three accredited colleges in the area averaging a total of about 28,000 students. It is definitely a great place to live.

Fargo is a beautiful city with an active community and many opportunities. Located on the Red River on the eastern border of North Dakota, Fargo is rapidly expanding and prospering in today's economy. The normally harsh winters are offset by some of the most gorgeous summer days which can be spent at a Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks baseball game or having a picnic in one of the city's many parks. With North Dakota State University in town there is always an active nightlife and many opportunities for employment on an entry level.

Fargo is a rural city, that is very small. It does have much variety in business's , but it doesn't change the fact that there is not a whole lot to do. The city has a great amount of college students due to the fact that there are three universities there. Fargo has its share of problems due to climate such as flooding and tornados. It is an alright place to live, but I wouldn't want to stay forever.

Here in Fargo North Dakota we have a little over 100,000 people. I love living in Fargo because people here are so friendly and hospitable. We come together and help each other out during the yearly flood season and during and other time of need. There are a lot of fun things to do such as shopping, hockey games, baseball games, and many other bars and unique restaurants. We experience the four seasons so in the summer you can go to the river or many lakes and enjoy the warm weather. In the fall many people hunt and enjoy the cooler temps outdoors. In the winter there is hockey, ice skating, and many other outdoor sports or you can enjoy your time indoors relaxing. In the spring most of our time revolves around helping fight the floods that come due to the fact that much of Fargo and surrounding areas lie in a valley flooded by spring melting.

Fargo is the largest city in the U.S. state of North Dakota and the county seat of Cass County. Fargo is a cultural, retail, manufacturing, health care, and educational hub for the region. Due to its location in the Great Plains and its distance from both mountains and oceans, the city has a humid continental climate (Koppen Dfb), and a USDA Plant Hardiness of Zone rating of 4. The city features long, cold, windy, and snowy winters, with lows falling below 0F (−17.8C) 48 nights per year, and sometimes falling to −20F (−28.9C).

Fargo is a rapidly-expanding city with a strong economy and a beautiful environment. Along with its sister city Moorhead across the Red River, the metro area is home to 4 colleges and a wide variety of services and businesses to suit all your needs. The F-M area is an affordable place to live and a great place to raise a family or start a career.

Fargo has a small town feel but enough attractions to entertain locals and visitors any time of the year. Fargo has many colleges, theaters, parks, shopping, museums, festivals, and sporting events. While many may stray away from Fargo because of the reputation for cold and snow, it should be noted that Fargo is only cold a couple months out of the year. A pair of mittens, boots and a coat is all you really need to visit during the winter. Many locals where shorts year round! Fargo is home to many great career opportunities. It even has one of the shortest commute times in the united states!

Fargo is the largest city in the U.S. state of North Dakota and the county seat of Cass County. Fargo, along with its twin city of Moorhead, Minnesota, as well as adjacent West Fargo, North Dakota and Dilworth, Minnesota, form the center of the Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Founded in 1871, Fargo is the crossroads and economic center of southeastern North Dakota and a portion of northwestern Minnesota. Fargo is a cultural, retail, manufacturing, health care, and educational hub for the region. Fargo is home to North Dakota State University.

Fargo is a very laid back city. The people here are "Midwest" friendly, hardworking, honest and pleasant. NDSU (home of the Bison) is located in Fargo - so there are a lot of good athletic events (but NOT hockey - which seems crazy for a state with so much cold and snow). The weather is beautiful in summer - sunny and warm. The winters are incredibly bitter - with wind chills in the -30 degrees Fahrenheit. We get a LOT of snow. Recently there has been significant flooding in the spring. The cost of living is very low. It is a small town, with a college nightlife, a large city atmosphere (Microsoft actually has a large campus in Fargo), with a rural aspect (fields and farms in city limits).

Fargo, ND is the biggest city in North Dakota. It has a population of a little over 100,000. It neighbors Moorehead, MN and the surrounding metro area has about a population of 200,000. The population may vary as it is a college town, home of NDSU. While most places are hurting with unemployment, Fargo jobs are actually booming. Many major companies have set up outlet's here including Microsoft. I would have to say raising a family in an environment like Fargo ND is ideal. It's big enough were there are plenty of things to do as far as entertainment. As I said before there are more then enough job opportunities. And it is an extremely friendly and safe place to live. The NDSU college also brings life to the city. Though small compared to some (roughly around 14,000 students) NDSU has some excellent programs including a highly regarded doctoral research program.

Fargo is a beautiful city to live in for the nature lovers. Its one of those places where you can just sit back, relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The people are warm and friendly, the beautiful parks, the red river and the joyful night life makes it all the more appropriate for a fantastic living place. Its one of those places where you would just love to walk around with your favorite music and explore the town which has a lot of surprises to offer.

Fargo North Dakota is known as the city of parks. Practically on every block you find a park. One of my favorite being Lindenwood Park. Lindenwood Park runs along the river and offers many opportunities for fun. The bike and running track are nicely located next to the river making for a scenic outing. The park has two playgrounds that both keep the kiddos entertained. It also provides shelter houses and BBQ pits for get-togethers. The city offers free carnivals for families almost every weekend there always a fun time. There is a real feeling that families that play together stay together. Education is important to the community currently there new schools going up in the area. The area also boasts that it contains over five colleges. I love being neighbors to Minnesota and we visit the lake resorts quite often. Minnesota hosts some of the last best places I believe. Come to Fargo and join us anytime. Ya Go Bisons.

Fargo is the biggest city in North Dakota. It has more of a metropolitan feel, but still has parts that make you feel like your in a small town, you get the best of both sides. Fargo has plenty of nightlife destinations that never leave you bored.In 2010 Money Magazine named Fargo as one of the top 100 places to live. Fargo is consistently on the top of lists for best places to work as the North Dakota economy is great compared to other states.

Fargo is located on the extreme eastern edge of North Dakota, and is directly across the Red River from its sister city, Moorhead, Minnesota. Although Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota, it is not the capital. Fargo enjoys an extremely low unemployment rate. In fact, it has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country at this time. Fargo has one four-year college - North Dakota State University. NDSU recently became a Division I school, and also recently won its first D-I national football championship. Fargo is also home to the famous Fargo theater - whose lighted marquee lights up the unique downtown area. It should also be noted that although Fargo is the namesake of the Coen brothers' movie of the same name, the movie was actually filmed in Brainerd, Minnesota and Grand Forks, North Dakota.

The city is small and a good place to live. Many residential neighborhoods and very little crowding. Traffic is never bad and many new businesses have been opening up. It is easy to get to different places and there are many restaurants to choose from. The north side of town remains older while the south side expands. You get used to the weather but it can be very cold. There are a few different theaters and a very nice mall but sometimes it seems there isn't much to do.

Facts: Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota. Fargo is located on one of the few rivers in the world that flows directly North (Red River). Fargo is a main travel hub city, as two major interstates intersect in the heart of Fargo (I-29 and I-94). Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota yet, it still has that small-town community feel to it. The people are some of the most genuine people in the world. Although the land is extremely flat, the soil is very nutrient rich and makes for some of the best farmland American can offer. Fargo boasts one of the lowest unemployment percentages in the nation at 3.7%, while annually ranking in various "top cities to live" lists in highly published magazines. While Fargo may not have the the glitz and glamor of larger cities, Fargo has a lot to offer.

Fargo was determined to be the toughest city to live in due to the weather events that occur all year around. Also, Fargo has one of the lowest unemployment rates compared to other cities around the US.

Has one of the two rivers in the world which flows north. Had a motion picture titled after it which was barely shot in Fargo. Low crime rates: 0 murders in the past year in an area with 200,000 people. Good education system with small class sizes. Houses a university with 15000 students. Has a good downtown and nightlife.

Fargo is usually a stepping for North Dakotans leaving even smaller, dying rural towns on the way to moving towards larger metropolises (esp. Minneapolis). One of the primary shopping malls (West Acres) in the middle of Fargo is actually on land owned by the neighboring town of West Fargo, ND. So West Fargo collects all the tax income from the mall, but all of the surrounding businesses that siphon off income from the mall all belong to Fargo.

Fargo, North Dakota is a wonderful community that is just the right size. We have a relatively decent downtown and are just 40 minutes from the heart of lakes country in Northern Minnesota.

It's the central hub of the region so although it's a city of around 100,000 it has a massive amount of business and amenities in comparison to suburbs and other cities that are close to major cities. With no professional sports teams near it, the college NDSU is quite popular with the townspeople. The city generally seems to be filled with kind and well meaning people. Near campus is uniquely diverse for a city located near the Canadian border. Trains, there are lots and lots of trains going through every day.

Largest city in North Dakota but still under 100,000 people. The visitors center has the actual movie prop wood chipper from the movie Fargo. You can have your picture taken with a bloody rubber leg there. Has one of the highest rated childrens museums in the country.

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