Fargo Parcels

This site allows a search of properties in Fargo by address or parcel number. The information on each property includes items such as ownership, appraised values for tax purposes, special assessments, basic building and site information and legal descriptions. Once a property has been located on the site, there are also links to additional information through maps and a connection to the Cass County property tax bill website.

If you would like to see more helpful tips on how to search or view a glossary of terms, visit the help page.

Enter a parcel number or part of an address (e. g. 123 4, for 123 4th St S).

Contact Information

Please contact the following departments if you have any questions or wish to request more information:

  • Assessor’s Office: For parcel number, lot dimensions, property value, ownership, legal description information or feedback
  • Special Assessments: For questions or feedback pertaining to special assessments
    • Use our Contact Form or call 701.241.1326
    • Complete the online Special Assessment Form for the following:
      • Special Assessment Front Footage
      • Special Assessment Square Footage
      • Un-certified Balance Remaining
      • Annual Installment (Listed on LAST tax statement)
      • Work Complete, Pending Approval
      • Work In Progress, Estimated
      • Payoff Amount

The City of Fargo provides property information to the public "as is" without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. Assessed values are subject to change by the City of Fargo. In no event will the City of Fargo be liable to anyone for damages arising from the use of the property data. You assume responsibility for the selection of data to achieve your intended results and for the installation and use of the results obtained from the property data.

Assessment records are for the sole purpose of identifying the land being taxed. In some cases to attain efficiency, Assessor's Office legal descriptions may be shortened yet will retain sufficient information to identify the land. Since tax statements and records are not deeds and may contain abbreviated descriptions, they should not be used as a basis for a survey or a legal document and should not be used by surveyors or others as the primary source of a property description.