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.
Recent rainfall lowered the fire danger a notch. Conditions are still very dry, and wild lands are subject to lightning strikes and human carelessness with fire. Stage I restrictions remain in effect.
Missoula sculptor George Ybarra's metal sculpture will take shape during July in Silver Park.
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.
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Fire danger is extreme, and the use of fire and open flame, including campfires, smoking and fireworks is prohibited on all City open space and conservation lands as of July 3. Please help keep Missoula safe.
The Missoula Police Department is looking for a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash with a bicyclist in the early morning hours of July 18.
The Missoula Police Department will be offering physical and written testing for people wishing to apply for a position of police officer. The testing will take place on March 26, 2016. Online registration will open in September of 2015.