Commerce Department Awards $100,000 in Grant Funding to Three Montana Main Street Communities

The Montana Department of Commerce announced today that three Montana communities will share $100,000 in grant funding to regenerate Main Street businesses and downtowns. The funding is through Commerce’s Montana Main Street Program (MMS).

“Montana’s Main Streets are at the heart of our state’s values, our neighborhoods and the economy. That’s why Commerce, through the Montana Main Street Program, will continue to help foster community development efforts, revitalization projects and historic preservation for our Main Streets,” said Paul Green, Director of the Montana Department of Commerce. “These Main Street grant awards will help visitors better navigate and explore Cut Bank and Glasgow, as well as assist Broadus with future economic growth and opportunities for its downtown.”

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