The water conundrum: A limited resource, a cacophony of voices and a region that continues to grow

As a semi-arid climate, water availability may become a more dominant consideration for future development The water conundrum: A limited resource, a cacophony of voices and a region that continues to grow By Lewis Kendall Chronicle Staff Writer May 6, 2018 It’s runoff season and Sourdough Creek, bloated and brown from sediment dragged down by.. read more →

Sewer district planning $8M water plant in Four Corners area

The new water treatment plant will be enclosed in an indoor building with room for expansion. See the plan here>> Sewer district planning $8M water plant in Four Corners area Posted: Mar 28, 2018 By Mederios Babb – MTN News FOUR CORNERS – The Sewer District is building an $8 million water treatment plant in.. read more →

Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school

Things are finally underway with the newest addition to the Bozeman school district. Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer 3-27-18 It was muddy and cold, but about 50 people seemed pretty happy Monday when they gathered in an open field to celebrate the groundbreaking for Bozeman’s second high.. read more →

Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles

Things have been heating up in Belgrade for years – it’s finally catching the attention of the press. It’s slowly breaking out of Bozeman’s shadow and no longer is interested in being passed off a ‘bedroom community’. Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles By Lewis Kendall and.. read more →

Belgrade News: City moves closer to solving fire quandary

As the City of Belgrade grows, it faces challenges.  One is a state law that requires the city to have it’s own fire department once it hits 10,000 residents. The city is moving to change the law and continue Central Valley Fire operations.  If the city is forced to form it’s own department, taxes will.. read more →

Council approves infrastructure project to aid growth

This is a huge leap for City of Belgrade growth – as lots become sparse in Bozeman, look to Belgrade to pick up some of the development slack. Council approves infrastructure project to aid growth by Freddy Monares, 1/4/18. Belgrade News Belgrade City Council members told city staff to “go for it,” regarding the city.. 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 →

City hears pitch for project near airport | belgrade-news

This is a pretty awesome project for Belgrade and excited to see where it goes – but not impressed with some of the city council’s feedback – seriously, your only comment is that Belgrade should be in the name? City hears pitch for project near airport by Freddy Monares, staff writer Sep 21, 2017 (0).. read more →

Belgrade Rising | Economy | bozemandailychronicle.com

The momentum has been gaining steam for some time – Belgrade is on the cusp as the real estate market booms and buyers find it an affordable and attractive alternative to Bozeman. Belgrade Rising Sam Weber, Belgrade News Apr 20, 2017 Downtown Belgrade Michael Tucker/Belgrade News Eight miles of interstate separate Belgrade and Bozeman. The.. 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 →