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Myth or fact: Missoula City Council to fund data dive into local short-term vacation rentals

On Wednesday, members of the council expressed support to include $23,000 in the FY22 budget to hire a vendor to track short-term vacation rentals in Missoula.

Millions Of Dollars In Rental Assistance Still Available In Montana

Cheryl Cohen, the department’s housing’s division administrator, says all $200 million allocated to Montana is unlikely to be utilized because it might outstrip the need in the state.

“Are you around the campfire or high up on the mountain?” – Our Own Worst Enemy

If the answers to a rural community’s questions aren’t coming from around the rural campfire, then they’re not the answers.

Montana Department of Commerce Announces That HOME/HTF Grant Applications are Now Available!

Through these programs, Commerce supports the rehabilitation, new construction, and acquisition of affordable homes for Montana households with low, very low, and extremely low incomes, particularly those who are elderly, living with a disability, or experiencing homelessness.

The American Alley, Part 1: A Hidden Resource

This is perhaps the only place in many American towns and cities today that will allow the development of pedestrian-scaled urban spaces—most easily seen along the residential alleyway.

Here is our Top 14 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle.

Sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

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.”

USDA Rural Development Montana’s Rural Explorer – August 2021

Welcome to the Montana Rural Explorer, USDA Rural Development Montana’s monthly newsletter where you will find updates on funding opportunities and activities related to our Business, Cooperative, Energy, Electric, Telecommunications, Water and Environmental, Community Facilities, Multi-Family Housing, and Single Family Housing programs.

The Montana Chamber Foundation is excited to bring you the 2021 Economic Update Series- Montana Centers of Opportunity. – 8/17 Bozeman, 8/18 Helena, 8/19 Billings

After a year of ups- and -downs, plan on attending one of three mid-year Economic Updates presented by Dr. Pat Barkey (University of Montana, Bureau of Business & Economic Research) for in-depth analysis on local, state, and national economic projections.

The Montana Chamber Foundation is excited to bring you the 2021 Economic Update Series- Montana Centers of Opportunity. – 8/17 Bozeman, 8/18 Helena, 8/19 Billings

After a year of ups- and -downs, plan on attending one of three mid-year Economic Updates presented by Dr. Pat Barkey (University of Montana, Bureau of Business & Economic Research) for in-depth analysis on local, state, and national economic projections.