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COVID-19 Response

The City of Grand Forks is actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.  For up to date info from the City regarding COVID-19 visit our COVID-19 City Updates page.  For those looking for assistance in this difficult time visit our COVID-19 Resources page.  City offices are closed to the public but open for business.  Find out more at our Virtual City Hall.

Growth Indicators

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A community's housing market does not exist in a vacuum but is a function of many factors.  A look at some of Grand Forks' leading indicators offers insights into trends that will be reflected in the housing market. 

 

Labor and Employment

The Grand Forks Metropolitan statistical area's labor force includes approximately 40,104 total average employment workers with an average wage of $43,472/year.  Data may not be current, for accurate numbers visit Job Service North Dakota.

Regional Profile

Workforce Information

Job Service ND


New Construction

An inventory of new construction -- Commercial, Industrial, Office, Institutional and Multi-Family Residential -- is available from the City's Planning Department.

New Construction Projects 


Enrollment Information

   Elementary School Enrollment Chart 2014 

 GF Public Schools

UNDenroll  

Enrollment at UND for 2017-2018 year is 14,406 students with the percent of students living off-campus at roughly 74.65%.   Click below for more information on UND Enrollment Statistics.

UND Enrollment Statistics