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How the census helps communities get the funding for critical public services

When it comes to improving communities, every person counts.

Montana Department of Commerce – Commerce Connection Newsletter

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Governor Bullock Announces Coronavirus Relief Fund Task Force

“Today I’m establishing the Coronavirus Relief Fund Task Force to provide guidance and expertise on how to deploy $1.25 billion responsibly and quickly put Montana on a path toward economic recovery and meet the needs in our communities.”

Governor Bullock to Provide Emergency Rental Assistance to Families Hardest Hit by COVID-19

“For families that can’t make their housing payment right now because they’ve lost income due to COVID-19, this Directive will help prevent a months-long rent backlog from coming due all at once.” Gov. Steve Bullock

4 Montana Communities to Receive Coal Trust Funding to Develop Affordable Rental Homes Funding will help rehabilitate 166 affordable homes in four communities

“Now more than ever it is crucial we provide support for communities, infrastructure and the development of affordable homes,” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice said.

Montana 2020 Census Newsletter

Remember: All kids count in the 2020 Census, no matter how old they are. Make sure to count your entire household when you fill out the Census. 

Governor Bullock Announces Successful Infrastructure Bond Sale to Help Boost Economy Following COVID-19

“By selling bonds today, we are ensuring that when the time comes, we can immediately boost our economy by putting shovels to dirt and creating good-paying jobs.” Gov. Steve Bullock

Governor Bullock Extends 14-Day Quarantine for Travelers, Stay-at-Home Directive

Governor Steve Bullock today extended through April 24 Directives he issued to protect Montanans from COVID-19 by slowing the spread of the virus in Montana. The Directives were set to expire on April 10.

IT’S CENSUS DAY! TIME TO GET SOCIAL WITH THE 2020 CENSUS

SHARE WHY THE 2020 CENSUS IS IMPORTANT TO YOU AND YOUR COMMUNITY AND CHALLENGE YOUR FRIENDS TO DO THE SAME

Main Street America Communities Survey on Small Businesses and COVID-19 Impact

Main Street America Network is asking for your help in gathering more data – this time to help them understand the threats faced by small businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.