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 →

City moves closer to boosting downtown Urban Renewal District Discussed

The City of Belgrade is waking up to feedback that it’s in their best interest to help the downtown area become a more palatable and user friendly space. City moves closer to boosting downtown by Freddy Monares, staff writer Jul 20, 2017 The Belgrade City Council is in the process of designating its downtown area.. read more →

Featured Listing: 3072 Annie Street, Bozeman, Montana | Home For Sale

ACTIVE – Single Family Home For Sale 3072 Annie Street, Bozeman, Montana 59718 3 bed / 2 bath + bonus room 2204 sq ft by appraisal 0.208 acre Lot $382,000 MLS #301318 Spacious, open floorplan Harvest Creek home on a gorgeous 9000+ sq ft lot. Freshly painted interiors. Lots of natural light. Kitchen features wood.. read more →

‘Right Now We’re Booming’ | Municipal | belgrade-news.com

Belgrade has been experiencing a boom of new construction as Ryen Glenn neighborhood has taken off and Meadowlark Ranch and Las Campanas continue to infill. ‘Right Now We’re Booming’ Belgrade on track to break record for building permits by Freddy Monares, Belgrade News staff writer Jul 13, 2017 Belgrade city planners say they are on.. read more →

Quarter 2 2017 Greater Gallatin Real Estate Market Update Report and Metrics

Real estate market update and analysis Q2 2017 by Marcie Hahn-Knoff, Broker | REALTOR® Quarter 2 2017 shows a strong market with climbing median sales prices and for the most part declining days on market. The main stumbling block for our market is lack of inventory. Single family home sales showed an increase in median.. read more →

Gallatin County housing growth ranked 18th nationally, but lags new population

We are indeed in an inventory crunch – and with new rulings by the City of Bozeman on affordable housing, it will be interesting to see if the growth trend moves out of the city and into the county or into the Belgrade market, more. Gallatin County housing growth ranked 18th nationally, but lags new.. read more →

Featured Listing: 2710 Goldenrod Lane, Bozeman

Pending Backups OK MLS #300929 1363 sq ft 3 bed, 2 bath 2 car attached garage. 0.14 acre lot City of Bozeman R-1 zoning 2016 Gallatin County Taxes $2232 2017 City of Bozeman Taxes $184 HOA $70/Quarter $315,000 Charming Harvest Creek single level living bungalow with open floorplan. Pride of ownership shows through. Custom tile.. read more →

Belgrade City Council OKs TIF district to boost downtown | Municipal | belgrade-news.com

Belgrade is taking steps to try to enliven the downtown area – one holdback is that much of the land on the south side of Main Street is BNSF land. Will be interesting to see how effective this is. Belgrade City Council OKs TIF district to boost downtown Michael Tucker, Jun 8, 2017 Belgrade News.. read more →

Ryen Glenn Residents Oppose Zoning Change – Belgrade News

It will be interesting to see how the City of Belgrade sides on this issue. Growing pains are being felt valley wide. Ryen Glenn residents rise up against zoning change for rental buildings by Michael Tucker,Jun 29, 2017 Belgrade News A standing-room only crowd got their wish to quash a developer’s proposal to build more.. read more →