Neighborhoods, historic preservation, education, social services and quality of life amenities

Resource materials specific to Livability
Livability Land Use Exercise Map
Livability Goals and Objectives 3/26/2015 
Livability Revised Goals and Objectives 2/26/2015
Draft Livability Goals & Objectives 1/26/2015
Livability Goals & Objectives from previous plans
Quality of Life Initiative MOU between City of Missoula, UM and ASUM
Reaching Home  10-year Plan to End Homelessness
MCPS Comprehensive Long Range Facilities Plan Draft/October 2013
Sustainable Communities  National Trust for Historic Preservation
Older, Smaller, Better National Trust for Historic Preservation
Characteristics and Guidelines of Great Neighborhoods  American Planning Association

Below is the first topic for the Livability on-line forum. To comment or see comments on the topic, you must first create a profile and log in to the City website.Whether logged in or not, (BELOW) click the On-Line Forum headline or the heading under it. If not logged in, you will be prompted to log-in to the City website and/or make a user profile or use a Facebook or Yahoo account to log in. After logging in, look for the initiative and idea underneath the initiative on which you want to make a comment. Each focus group is their own initiative. Please email us if you have any questions.
  1. Livability November Meeting Draft Goal Topics

    Below are the draft goal topics selected by the Livability Focus Group at their November meeting. You may comment or add to these ideas to continue the conversation between meetings. * Culture / Arts * Growth Pressures/ Land Use/ Zoning * Social Services/ Local Services * Education * Community Character/ Sense of Place/ Diversity/ Open-Minded / Family Friendly / Community Involvement

  2. Reminder

    Next meeting on Dec. 17 will be at the Missoula Parks and Recreation – 600 Cregg Ln in the Headwaters Conference Room.

  3. Livability moving forward

    Hello everyone- I've been trying to comment for the past week and a half, but the site has yet to post my comments. If you have seen them, I apologize for the repeat. I, highly, recommend that anyone interested on how to move our focus forward mine the following sites for some great information. I believe utilizing the great work of other successful community programs, and adapting them for use in Missoula, would be the most effective use of our time and efforts. Obviously, not everything will be applicable/useful, but there are some terrific structural rubrics and data. Thank you all for your time - Michael Dorshorst