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 →

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 →

PSC hears Four Corners WSD pitch – The Belgrade News: Local News

Representatives from Utility Solutions and the Four Corners Water and Sewer District made their pitch to the Public Service Commission Tuesday morning to place the private utility into public hands. A lot of the two-hour hearing at Belgrade City Hall revolved around the fate of Elk Grove subdivision residents. Currently, utility service to Elk Grove.. read more →

Does Exempt Well Ruling Curb Development?

This article was published in the October 21 edition of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.  It will be interesting to see what effect this has to the development of raw land that is outside city services and is not part of a community water system. Exempt well ruling goes against unrestrained development Laura Lundquist, Chronicle Staff.. read more →

10 Ways to Save Water at Home | June Sunset Mag

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley are located in a Cold semi-arid climate.  These sort of climates feature dry summers and cold winters with snowfall during the winter months.  As a result, Montanans and those downstream of us, need to be thinking along the lines of conservation of resources.  Water conservation is becoming a bigger and.. read more →