Bozeman is a rapidly growing city with a high quality of life in part due to the easy access to the outdoors, burgeoning tech industry, and cultural experiences it offers. Bozeman intends to maintain this high quality of life as it grows in part by using its land efficiently. Land is a finite resource and its use can either produce high enough property tax revenues and fees to support residents’ needs or drain city funds for infrastructure upkeep. In this story map, Urban3 visualizes property value in 3D to make relative comparisons of property values in downtown with values on the periphery of a community. This analysis clearly shows the concentrations of very highest value in downtown generates the most tax value and revenue productivity in Bozeman and Gallatin County.
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Montana Career Opportunities – Deputy City Clerk, Building Inspector IV, Accounts Payable Clerk and more – City of Bozeman
Bozeman is a rapidly growing city with a high quality of life in part due to the…