Recent In-Person Engagement Activities

Last week, part of our project team from Interboro Partners was in town conducting intercept activities across the city, and attending the Inter-Neighborhood Council meeting last Thursday. You might have seen them (and their bright green table!) at one of their many stops, including:

  • Main Street & Rouse Ave at Soroptomist Park
  • Gallatin County Regional Park
  • Bozeman MADE Fair at MSU
  • Langhor Community Garden
  • Peets Hill and Burke Park


The team from Interboro, assisted by MSU architecture and planning students, spoke to over 120 people, receiving about 20 written comments and handing out more than 80 informational packets. Early takeaways from these events include:

  • Affordability of living in Bozeman is a key concern
  • Mobile home parks are one crucial affordable housing type
  • Interest in more multi-household housing types with consideration for height and placement
  • Interest in preserving the character of single-household neighborhoods
  • Interest in encouraging a variety of housing types, including mixed-density neighborhoods


While we work to incorporate feedback received in the last few weeks, future opportunities to engage with the project team will be posted in advance on this site, as well as virtual versions of the in-person materials. As always, check back often or subscribe above to stay up-to-date!



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