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City Club returns to in person luncheons at the Double Tree on June 13! “Living With Grizzly Bears”

City Club Missoula Presents: Living With Grizzly Bears Date : Jun 13 2022 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Location : DoubleTree Edgewater Missoula — **FORUM HELD IN PERSON!** The Missoula Valley is adjacent to the…

City Club Missoula – Tourism promoters now searching for solutions to tourist crowding – City Club returns to in person luncheons at the Double Tree in June! Reserve your seat now.

On Monday, City Club Missoula hosted a panel discussion on “Destination Stewardship: How can we keep from “loving Montana to death?” The four guests – all of whom are associated with the tourism industry – said the sudden growth in the numbers of tourists coming to Montana have them scrambling to try to figure out what to do.

University of Montana poll: Quality of life down, growth too fast – City Club Missoula – Destination Stewardship: How Can We Keep From “Loving Montana to Death?” May 9 – Zoom

How do decision-makers ‘keep Montana from being loved to death’?

City Club Missoula – Destination Stewardship: How Can We Keep From “Loving Montana to Death?” May 9, 2022 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Zoom

How can we responsibly steward our destination in order to result in more livable and sustainable places?

President Seth Bodnar: Optimism abounds as University of Montana undergoes boom in enrollment, research and infrastructure

Seth Bodnar joined Missoula County Commissioner Juanita Vero and Mayor John Engen in the State of the Community address hosted annually by City Club Missoula. While local governments face a litany of challenges, the university is recovering from a decade of hurdles.

City Club Missoula – Missoula’s leaders discuss the State of the Community in Annual Review

Elected officials from the city and county of Missoula and UM President Bodnar on Monday offered their views on the state of the community, with housing, climate and building codes running as a common theme.

City Club Missoula – State of the Community: Building a Future for All of Us – 4/11 – Online

Join our annual forum to hear from the leaders of the City, County and the University of Montana. The forum is free and open to the public, and will be hosted on Zoom.

City Club Missoula sees high attendance as officials discuss housing crisis – Video of Zoom Meeting Now Available

The city is prioritizing projects to get the ball rolling. In 2020, they permitted 1,308 homes. That’s a 140% increase over the prior year.

City Club Missoula – Attaining Housing in Missoula: Obstacles and Opportunities March 14, 2022 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Zoom

At City Club Missoula on March 14, a panel of public- and private-sector housing specialists will discuss the tools, funding, and policies that are – or could – result in an adequate supply of safe, affordable housing that can boost our local economy and ensure that all Missoulians have a place to call home.

City Club Missoula Forum – Dynamic economic forces that are shaping the community and how they affect people living here

“We’re at a critical turning point for what this place looks like in 10 years,” Kier said. “The extent that we keep making it look the same jeopardizes who gets to stay here and live here. If we want to create a place for people, we might need to make some compromises and sacrifices about the way the built environment looks to us.”

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