The City of Moorhead acquires and owns property within the community in order to provide a variety of public services and to meet specific public policy goals. As such, most City-owned property is not for sale. However, the City sometimes acquires or disposes of property that is not needed for a public purpose. This property may have been acquired because of tax forfeiture or for strategic development considerations, or it may have once served a public purpose which has been discontinued. Sale of City property is subject to public notice and City Council authorization. Various requirements and/or restrictions may apply to a particular property depending upon the funding source used for the original acquisition, zoning and land use regulations, the City's development objectives, and/or other factors. The City will not consider the sale of City property for speculative purposes. The City retains the right to issue Requests for Proposals (RFP) for any City property.
If you are interested in inquiring about a City property, whether listed on this site or not, please complete the City Land Inquiries form.