Metro Grow: Metropolitan Transportation Plan
The Fargo - Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Governments is in
the process of updating its Long Range Transportation Plan called
Metro Grow, which will help shape our transportation future through
the year 2045. The plan will be developed to meet our community’s
goals, needs, and priorities for all modes of travel.
Building a Better Local Food System
The goal of the Food Systems initiative is to help the community better understand what we do and ways to become involved. With the significant growth we have experienced in our local food system comes the need for more collaboration and partnerships so that we can all best serve the community to increase access to safe, nutritious and affordable food. Learn more about the Cass Clay Food Commission.
Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Governments (Metro COG) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Fargo-Moorhead area. An MPO is a transportation policy-making organization made up of representatives from local government and transportation authorities.
To learn more about what we do please visit our about page.
Fargo-Moorhead Metro Bikeways Gap Analysis
We want your input!
The Fargo-Moorhead Metro Bikeways Gap Analysis project is underway. MetroCOG and its partners are examining 16 gaps in the Fargo-Moorhead bikeway network and developing bikeway concept alternatives that can help close the gaps in the network.
Metro 2040 is the Long Range Transportation Plan for the Metro COG area.
What do you think?
Provide input on active projects by taking a survey.
Participate with COG
Metro COG has a number of opportunities to get involved in planning for your community’s future.
Providing and coordinating Geographical Information System data for the region.
Our JurisdictionsView a list
Visit Clay County's website
Visit Glyndon's website
Visit Barnesville's website
Visit Hawley's website
Visit Moorhead's website
Visit Dilworth's website
Visit Cass County's website
Visit Casselton's website
Visit Mapleton's website
Visit Fargo's website
Visit Horace's website
Visit West Fargo's website
Visit Harwood's website