Fargo, ND : What you need to know

Fargo, the Gateway to the West and a Livability Top 100 Best Place to Live, is the largest city in North Dakota. Located on the banks of the Red River, which separates it from neighborhing Moorhead, MN, Fargo is jam-packed with museums, galleries and an Art Deco theater palace in its vibrant downtown district. Outdoor activities, low taxes and strong workforce helped it rank as one of the Best Places to Live by Men's Journal. Three public colleges, including North Dakota State University, call Fargo-Moorhead home, as does the private Concordia College.


Fargo, ND City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 113464
Latest Population Increase 99.89
Median age 30.5
Median Household Income $46175
Median Home Price $168600
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Fargo
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Humidity : 69%
Wind : 4.8 km/h
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Fargo, ND Rankings

Fargo, ND Demographics

Population By Gender

  Population Men 49.6%
  Population Women 50.4%

 
TOTAL MILITARY : 0.1
In Fargo

 
94% CIVILIAN VETERANS
In Fargo

Median Population

Median age 30.5
Age 18 Over 80.3
Age 21 Over 72.6
Age 62 Over 13.6
Age 65 Over 10.5

Race

  Ethnicity White 88.4%
  Ethnicity Black 3.7%
  Ethnicity Asian 3.3%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 2.9%
  Ethnicity Indian 1.3%
  Ethnicity Other 0.6%

Economics

  Median Household Income 46175
  Median Home Price 168600
  Homes Owned 56.2
  Homes Rent 43.8
  Median Property Rent 709

Fargo has huge appeal; business supports the creative process here. The draws include incredible universities, a growing culinary scene, the arts, financial stability, education, walkability. People want to be here.
Greg Tehven, Emerging Prairie Co-Founder

Language

  English Only 90.8
  English Other 9.2
  English Poor 1600000

 
COMMUTE TIME : 15.5 MINUTES
in Fargo

 
CLOSEST AIRPORT
within 60 miles of Fargo

Commute Types

  Walked 3.8
  Worked at Home 3
  Public Transportation 1.1
  Other Means 1.9
  Drove Alone 82.1
  Carpooled 8.1

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WALK SCORE
for Fargo