Homeless numbers down in Missoula, but future funding in question
Work to address homelessness in Missoula has been paying off.
Missoula workforce housing project lands $2.8M state bond
Efforts to build workforce housing in Missoula got a big boost this week.
City approves funding for Clark Fork River restoration
The Missoula City Council this week approved allocating $1 million from the open space bond to stabilize the banks and create dedicated access sites.
Montana researchers urge towns to focus on wildfire preparation
For more than a decade, a small group of scientists have been trying to convince people that fireproofing their homes is far more effective than logging the forest when it comes to surviving wildfire.
Jakers announces closure of Missoula restaurant
An email sent to Jakers customers and gift card holders on Tuesday said the Missoula restaurant, located on Brooks Street, is closing.
Missoula City Council shoots down measure to ban tourist homes
The measure failed on a 10-2 vote with only council members Kristen Jordan and Daniel Carlino in support.
Missoula turns out for grizzly bear documentary
Grizzly bear supporters flocked to the Wilma Theater to see a new documentary.
Fort Missoula to create immersive display of WWII detention era
The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula plans to begin renovations on a detention barrack and begin designing an immersive exhibit to fill the space next year.
Study: Rent grew 9% in Missoula in 2023; less than other metros
By the close of last year, Missoula saw a 9% increase in the average cost of rent to $1,287.
Downtown transportation, planning efforts moving forward
The work, dubbed the Downtown Safety, Accessibly and Mobility (SAM) project, includes a number of changes to the downtown district’s transportation network.
MRA pins down costs for Northside workforce housing project
The Missoula Redevelopment Agency is working to fill the funding gap in a Northside workforce housing project and the infrastructure needed to support it.
Council nixes ban on tourist homes, opts for code reform instead
The City Council killed the measure on a 10-2 vote.