Public Works

The West Fargo Public Works Department is made up of over 50 employees that maintain West Fargo's:
  • Streets
  • Sewer and water
  • Sanitation
  • Forestry
  • Buildings

Seasonal Updates

Due to new state of North Dakota regulations, the City of West Fargo will no longer collect compost and yard waste materials curbside. Materials must be disposed of at one of the four compost and yard waste collection sites in the City of West Fargo. 
  • Department of Sanitation (117 Eighth St. W.)
  • Eagle Run Water Tower (40th Avenue S. and Sheyenne Street)
  • 17th Street E. (between Starr Avenue and Second Avenue E.)

Click the Sanitation and Recycling link on the left for more details.

Brush, branches and bushes can be disposed of curbside. This service will be suspended around Dec. 1, for winter months.

Click the Sanitation and Recycling link on the left for more details.
Transfer Station is available for materials that cannot be collected curbside at 1620 Main Ave. W.

Click the Sanitation and Recycling link on the left for more details.
Property owners must obtain a sump pump variance by Nov. 1, 2019, to discharge sump pump water indoors.

Click the Sump Pump Program link on the left for more details.
  1. 4:30 p.m. March 27,2020-WF Public Works reminds community only toilet paper can be flushed

    City of West Fargo Public Works reminds community only toilet paper can be flushed. Also reminds community to bag garbage, utilize Transfer Station and provides update on large item collection. Read on...
  2. 3 p.m. March, 17 2020- City of West Fargo Public Works reminders amid COVID-19

    In the interest of public safety and the safety of City of West Fargo employees, the city is making changes to garbage pickup until further notice. The Public Works Department also wants to remind the public to “be nice to our pipes.” Read on...
  3. City of West Fargo implements road restrictions March 11

    The City of West Fargo has announced that spring road restrictions for commercial motor vehicles will be put in place Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Read on...
View All