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Top Mayors Pledge to Build 15-Minute Cities – The End of Carcatecture

Mayors from the U.S. largest cities are focusing on building neighborhoods where anyone can meet her basic needs without getting in a car.

Most Public Engagement is Worthless

More often than not, it is a mechanism to wrap a veneer of legitimacy around the large policy objectives of influential people.

Britain Is Creating a Government Organization Devoted to Biking and Walking

The new push to promote and fund active travel is as much about improving health as it is about curbing pollution.

Uptown Butte focuses on enhancing historical beauty

Butte is toughening up on vacant building ordinances in an effort to enhance Uptown’s historical beauty.

Montana Housing Partners with NeighborWorks Montana to Boost Emergency Housing Assistance

“Commerce has a good, longstanding relationship with NeighborWorks Montana and we are excited this partnership will help us deliver housing assistance to more Montanans faster and more efficiently.” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice

Well Done, Kiwis! New Zealand Delivers Big Planning Policy Reforms

This is a watershed moment for the country’s cities and towns.

Millennials, Restart Your Life in a Small Town – Montana Offers Exceptional Opportunities

If you’re looking for professional opportunity, a lower cost of living, and a community that appreciates what you have to offer, downsize your city of residence.

NorthWestern energy installing energy efficient LED lights in Missoula

A total of 1,800 street lights across Missoula will receive the new lights which produce a softer color temperature.

Tester Pushes Bill to Expand Wireless Internet Access for Low-Income Families, Seniors

HOTSPOTS Act will help local libraries provide wireless access to families

Bozeman tech company commonFont donates $500,000 to The Human Resource Development Council’s Griffin Place

“CommonFont and HRDC have been partnered up for a couple of years now. We think they’re a really strong organization and they do a lot for our community with, I would say, really limited resources,” said Abby Schlatter, CommonFont CEO.