Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries

Due to Bozeman’s explosive growth, school boundaries are always subject to change. There will be even more changes as Bozeman’s second high school is built. See halfway down this article for links to proposed map changes. Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries By Gail Schontzler Bozeman Daily Chronicle Feb 20, 2018 The Bozeman School.. read more →

Technology is tweaking the economics of mountain town living.

This is a fantastic article that explains why our area is slated for continued growth and at least in part why we are experiencing the accelerated sales pricing, competitive rental market and pressure on housing that we’ve been experiencing in the Bozeman, Big Sky and greater Bozeman area. An Economic Crossroads – Technology has broken.. read more →

Gallatin County economy ranked by Policom strongest of its size in U.S. – BDC

Last year, Gallatin County was ranked 7th. This is a huge jump – soon we may no longer qualify as a Micropolitan market. Gallatin County economy ranked strongest of its size in U.S. By Lewis Kendall Chronicle Staff Writer Jan 12, 2018 Gallatin County’s economy, widely discussed across the state, received some national attention this.. read more →

Legislative special session could remedy city’s ongoing problem with liquor licenses |  belgrade-news.com

Legislative special session could remedy city’s ongoing problem with liquor licenses by Freddy Monares, staff writer Nov 16, 2017 The city of Belgrade might be getting a fix to keep liquor licenses within city limits sooner than officials think. The city has been meeting with a local government interim legislative committee to change a law.. read more →

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 23, 2017 A pedestrian tunnel under Oak Street has been eliminated from the plans for Bozeman’s second high school, one of many changes made to cut construction costs by roughly $10 million. The school’s entryway façade will have less brick… read more →

City Commission tables vote on strategic plan bozemandailychronicle

With the results now in for the commissioner (Cunningham/Pomeroy) and mayoral races (Mehl) in Bozeman, perhaps the commissioners will feel better about either extending their timeline for this process or voting by the 27th as discussed. City Commission tables vote on strategic plan By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 6, 2017 Bozeman’s elected officials.. read more →

Q3 2017 Y/Y/Y Real Estate Market Statistics and Metrics Plus Six Market Takeaways

Real Estate Market Analysis Q3 2017 Six Market Takeaways Video Single Family Homes Quarter 3 2017 showed continued median sales price acceleration across almost all areas with the exception of Big Sky. Median prices were up year over year between 9% (Livingston/City of Bozeman) and 20% (Three Forks). Days on market are indicative of a.. read more →

City Commission defines short-term rental rules | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

Will be interesting to see how this plays out and how they’ll attempt to enforce it. City Commission defines short-term rental rules By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Sep 12, 2017 Bozeman City Commissioners finalized the rules short-term rentals like Airbnbs have to play by during a regular meeting Monday night. The commission adopted its.. read more →

City raising taxes for tree maintenance | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

I’ve spoken to arborists over the past several years that said this was coming – we’re dominated by ash trees in many of our city areas – including Belgrade and Manhattan. As they become infected and die, we’ll need to be thinking of replanting. This will affect citizens in the City of Bozeman on their.. read more →

With easement suit settled, Baxter/Davis signal gets the green light | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

The four was stop at Davis and Baxter has been overburdened for some time – but the City’s rule about holding up development within a half mile of intersections that are overburdened has caused some development plans to fizzle in the last year.  With this particular intersection now resolved, it will be interesting to see.. read more →