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Taking Care of the Place We Love – Bozeman, Montana

We need the cooperation of longtime locals, tourists, new residents, and businesses—please help us by being good to Bozeman. Here are some of the ways you can contribute to this effort.

Bozeman laying plans to try again for local sales tax at Legislature

Near the top of the city’s draft priority list is to defend local control. During the 2021 session, the Legislature passed a bill prohibiting inclusionary zoning, which was a housing policy that made up the core of Bozeman’s affordable housing program.

Gallatin County to host two career fairs in September

Express Employment Professionals is teaming up with Gallatin County to host two career fairs in Bozeman, showcasing career opportunities in county government. The first fair will take place on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at the…

Montana Career Opportunity – Community Development Director – City of Bozeman

The City of Bozeman is seeking a Community Development Director. The Community Development Director’s principal function is to provide leadership for the City’s Community Development Department, including directing, planning, and overseeing all activities and operations…

Homelessness task force brings together city, county leaders to discuss solutions for Bozeman homeless

Grenier says increasing the housing supply with funding from the community impact fund, created in June, and providing space at their new Community Commons campus currently under construction will help ease homelessness.

Community leaders hope to raise $10 million for workforce housing in Bozeman

“I don’t want to live in a community that is a—where it’s just a resort community for the super-rich. That is not what Bozeman is about, it’s not our roots, it’s not where we want to be,” said Deputy Mayor of Bozeman, Terry Cunningham.

Bozeman, Montana – ‘Zoom towns’ spike in popularity, but not everyone is on board

With so many American companies allowing employees to do their jobs remotely, there’s been a migration from major cities to smaller, more rural areas. Those who are moving love the lower cost of living, but how do the area’s longtime residents feel? NBC’s Maggie Vespa reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight on “Zoom towns” that popped up over the pandemic.

Shovels hit the dirt for 87,000-square-foot office building on Montana State University’s Innovation Campus

“The Industry building is the second building on the site,” says City of Bozeman, Economic Development Director, Brit Fontenot.

Bozeman looks at new angle to deal with housing

The city is proposing to retool the PUD process to focus specifically on affordable housing creation, allowing relaxations for developers who are providing affordable housing. At a citizen advisory board meeting this week, senior planner Tom Rogers said the proposed changes were not a silver bullet.

City of Bozeman set to raise pay for positions in hopes to remain competitive

The City of Bozeman raised the minimum wage for city employees to $21 an hour in the Spring of 2021. The city is now once again looking to raise wages for city employees in order…