Welcome to the official Roosevelt Neighborhood Association website! We are glad you’ve stopped by to pay a visit.
On these pages you’ll find a wealth of information about the Roosevelt neighborhood and the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association.
The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association (RNA) is a group of neighbors and local businesses who care about our neighborhood and want to help keep it a great place to live. Please join us! Click on the membership link to find out how you can become a member.
You may reach the RNA leadership by sending a message to RNA Leadership; messages will be forwarded to the appropriate person(s) on the leadership team.
Current announcements: New Neighborhood News
7/24/2016 – Concert in the Park
Date: 7/27/16 Time 7:00 – 8:30 PM at Roosevelt Park (1220 9th St North)
Local bands will entertain families with lively music. Get your face painted, jump in the bouncy castle and take home a craft project. This is a free event and there will be limited concessions for sale!
Band: Downtown Sound
5/28/2016 FARGO – The zoning change for 810 and 812 – 11th St N will be on the city commission agenda June 6. Planning Commission has recommended approval, and I spoke in favor at their meeting. I’ll try to make the cc meeting. —Martha
9/29/2015 FARGO (KFGO-AM) – Residents of the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association pleaded with Fargo City Commissioners to deny a request for a conditional use permit for rental property at 1350 12th Street North.
Steve Bill says he and his wife spent time and money remodeling the house. Bill wanted to add another tenant, but needed the permit to allow four unrelated people to live in the residence, one more than now allowed by code. He told commissioners he’s a responsible owner and would not let the property get run-down.
Jim Laschkowitsch says the neighborhood has worked hard to retain and increase owner-occupied housing and he says approving the permit would set an “extremely bad precedent.” He says other landlords would ask for the same treatment to allow more renters.
City commissioners got the message, denying the request on a four to one vote.
Earlier, the city planning department approved the permit, but the planning commission denied it and the property owners appealed the decision to the city commission.