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  1. Bike/Pedestrian Counts -- We Need Your Help!

    If you're free on Sept. 15 4-6 p.m. or Sept. 19 noon to 2 p.m., volunteer for our traffic counts and help us track our success in promoting biking and walking in Missoula. Volunteers help us count twice a year at 30 locations around the city. Read on...
  2. Stage II Fire Restrictions in Effect

    The City joined federal, state and county officials in moving to Stage II fire restrictions on Aug. 28 because of continuing dry conditions and hot weather. City conservation lands -- including Mount Jumbo, North Hills and Tower Street -- remain open. Read on...
  3. Missoula Police Participate in Labor Day Crackdown on Drunk Driving

    Missoula police officers are partners in a 20-day national effort to crack down on drunk driving. They'll work extra patrols in the Missoula area. Drunk driving causes almost one-third of all traffic fatalities. Read on...
  4. State Insurance Commissioner Warns of Post-Storm Contractor Fraud

    Most repair contractors are legitimate businesspeople, but every big storm brings out a few fraudulent companies who do shoddy work or commit insurance fraud. Monica Lindeen offers tips for homeowners to keep themselves safe. Learn more...
  5. Missoula Police Emphasize Pedestrian Crossing Laws

    Officers will provide extra enforcement and public education for pedestrians and drivers from July into the fall to increase safety, especially in the downtown business area and other high-foot-traffic areas. Learn more...
  6. Third Street Reconstruction Continues

    The work zone is closed to through traffic, and a detour is in place. Access to businesses is open. Police patrols are working in the area regularly for safety. For up-to-date news, visit our project page to subscribe to the Third Street news feed. Learn more...
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