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  1. Spruce Street Paving Project to Run April 21-24

    Spruce Street between Higgins Avenue and Scott Street will get a new, smooth surface with a milling and paving project set for Monday through Thursday. Drivers will experience temporary detours and intermittent delays. Learn more...
  2. Volunteer for Spring Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic Counts

    We're looking for volunteers who can help count bike and walking traffic at various spots around Missoula on May 3 and May 6. Volunteers can sign up online. More info...
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    Missoula’s parks, trails need us as much as we need them

    "As spring unfolds in the coming weeks, it is timely to consider our parks and trails, including what is necessary to take care of them," says Ward 5 Council Rep Mike O'Herron in his April 16 Missoulian guest editorial. Read on...
  4. Historic Preservation Awards to be Presented May 2

    Join the Missoula Historic Preservation Commission on Friday evening, May 2, at the historic Florence Hotel for the honoring of eight winners of 2014 Historic Preservation Awards. The awards honor seven outstanding projects and museum director Bob Brown. Learn more...
  5. Historic Preservation Month Features Tours

    Interested in historic architecture in downtown Missoula or on the University of Montana campus? The story behind the stained-glass restoration at St. Frances Xavier? Learn from local experts in walking tours during May. Learn more...
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    Mount Jumbo South Zone Opens Monday, April 14

    Mount Jumbo's south zone, including all points south of the Saddle Road, opens to the public on Monday, April 14. Mount Jumbo is closed during the winter months to protect wintering elk. Read on...
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