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Despite 2020 gains, Bozeman tech companies struggle under housing crunch

Bozeman tech company Zoot Enterprises was hiring for 20 positions last week. Nearly all of them were at the software company’s Billings office.

“Billings has been one of our big expansion points,” said company president Tony Rosanova. “We’re leveraging that because of the cost of Bozeman. We’re hiring staff into Billings because the price of homes is lower.”

Bozeman tops 50,000 people; Gallatin County leads Montana in population growth

The data put Bozeman’s population at 53,293, an increase of more than 16,000 people since the 2010 Census, when the city’s population was 37,280.

Officials see positive, negative economic impacts from Bozeman tourist boom – Downtown Missoula businesses seeing influx of tourists

Officials say 12 new businesses opened in the last three months, but while some businesses thrived, others fought to survive.

Montana Career Opportunity – Community Housing Program Coordinator – City of Bozeman

In this essential role you will be responsible for the administration, coordination, research, and implementation of policies and programs related to community housing in the City of Bozeman. This includes, but is not limited to,…

MSU economist says trend of people moving to Bozeman likely to continue for next few years

You may think a pandemic would hurt a local economy but in a lot of ways, it has made it easier to move here.

Bozeman looks to hire liaisons to improve community planning, development

The goal is to connect people who are under-represented in the city’s current planning structure and process to parks, open spaces, trails and active transportation.

Bozeman Airport welcomes Southwest Airlines, record number of summer destinations

“Southwest’s reputation for low fares and great service will bring a new level of convenience and competition for all our travelers,” Airport Director Brian Sprenger said.

City of Bozeman taking steps toward equity for all residents

Equity for all, but what does that look like in the city of Bozeman? Well, that’s what they want to know.

Input sought from Bozeman community members as a part of the Equity Indicators Project

A release from the City of Bozeman says the survey questions are focused on rating the level of need for resources, services, and opportunities to improve access to housing, transportation and public health and safety to support the needs and quality of life for all people in the community. 

As census results near, Bozeman preparing for increased regional planning

Complicating the planning is a proposal from the federal Office of Management and Budget to change the metropolitan statistical area designation from a population of 50,000 to 100,000, which would keep Bozeman as a micropolitan area.