Hoeven Announces New Office Location in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – Senator John Hoeven today announced that his office in Fargo will be moving to a new location. Effective June 30, the office will be located at 123 Broadway N, Suite 201, on the second floor of the old Metro Drug building. The office is accessible through the downtown skyway system. Information on parking and public transportation can be found at www.fargoparking.com.

In addition to engaging with local communities, the senator’s state offices provide assistance to North Dakota residents in a variety of ways. This includes answering questions on federal programs and helping resolve issues with federal agencies, such as the Department of State, the Social Security Administration or Veterans Affairs. Constituents needing assistance are encouraged to reach out to their local office. For more information or to submit a request for assistance, please visit www.hoeven.senate.gov/serving-you/help-with-federal-agencies.

“The new location will place us in close proximity to the entrepreneurial community and many of the startups in the region, a vital part of our technology sector and the third wave in North Dakota’s economic growth,” Hoeven said.

Hoeven continues working to build a strong business climate, including for entrepreneurs and the technology sector, an effort that began during his tenure as governor of North Dakota. This summer, the senator will hold his 6th annual State of Technology Conference with the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce to highlight breakthrough technologies and the local innovators creating them. The conference has served as a catalyst for new innovation and investment in the state, including the Dakota Fiber Initiative, which has resulted in measurable advancements in broadband infrastructure, not just in Fargo, but across the state of North Dakota.

As a result of these efforts, high-tech companies, both startups and multinational corporations, have grown across North Dakota, and the state has been among the top of the pack for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) job growth for the past several years, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.