The Missoula Police Department is out in force, ready to arrest drunk drivers, through Labor Day weekend.
Wildland fire agencies lifted the Stage 1 restrictions in west-central Montana, effective Aug. 23, as a moist weather pattern has lessened the severe threat of wildfires.
The Growth Policy planning process is your opportunity to have a say in how this community moves forward, takes on new and emerging challenges, and continues to retain the values and character of what makes Missoula special.
After a successful launch...Read on...
Splash Montana is proud to announce the grand opening of the Fireline Grill, the waterpark’s new mobile kitchen. The Fireline Grill joins the Crazy Creek Café to offer fresh, restaurant-quality food options to guests at Splash Montana and in Playfair Park...Read on...
The Missoula City-County Health Department keeps you updated with Air Quality Status Reports through the summer. Check for the latest news.
South Third Street West from Russell Street to Schilling Street is getting a makeover that will bring a center turn lane, bike lanes and sidewalks. Detours for through traffic will be in place, but you'll be able to access local destinations.
Looking for ways to share your skills and knowledge and move your city forward? The City of Missoula has more than 30 boards and commissions that are involved with just about all aspects of life in our city. Look here to see a vacancy that might fit you.
In 2008, Missoula was awarded national recognition for Brooks / South / Russell intersection improvements.
Missoula was selected as a national finalist for the 2008 Engineering Excellence Award by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) and wo...
Missoula was named one of America's 100 Best Communities for Young People three years in a row in 2005, 2006, and 2007! The winners of this award are recognized for efforts to help young people succeed.
The Missoula Police won a national award for their work against underage drinking.
In 2006, Mayor Engen accepted the Preserve America Designation. Missoula was awarded this designation based on its long-standing program in historic preservation and the broad base of community efforts dedicated to the preservation and conservation of Missoula's place in the history of Montana[Read on...]
The City of Missoula has won the highest award in government financial reporting for the 10th consecutive year.
In 2006, Missoula was named "Tree City USA" by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The City has also received the Growth Award for outstanding achievement in urban forestry for 12 consecutive years.[Read on...]
In 2004, Missoula was named a Great Small Place by being ranked number two of the top 25 small cities for doing business.
The Missoula Fire Department has been competing in the Firefighter Combat Challenge since 1994. The team won the world championship in 1997 and again in 2001. The team still holds the world record!
Missoula received the award as a bike friendly community in 2003.
Just a reminder that you are invited August 19, 20 and 21 to the second round of listening sessions hosted by Our Missoula. Whether you have professional expertise in the listening session topic or are simply interested, we want to hear your voice.
This week's topics are Education, Downtown, Planning/Surveying/Engineering, Neighborhoods, Resource Team (City Agencies), Planning Board, Parks & Open Space, Culture/Arts/History, Sustainability, Social Services, and Real Estate.
We hope you will share your ideas on opportunities and challenges the community faces and possible solutions. Together we will create a growth policy for the City of Missoula. No pre-registration is required, but an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is much appreciated. See the link to the calendar for exact dates and times. You can also find more information @ ourmissoula.org. Thank you for your timeRead on...
The main Rattlesnake Creek footbridge in Greenough Park, located just west of the Monroe Street parking lot, will be temporarily closed for repairs beginning Monday, August 18. Parks crews will be replacing the bridge decking. The work is expected to tak...Read more »
Southside Lions and Sacajawea spray pools have been retrofitted to improve water quality and safety and to comply with current state swimming pool regulations. We appreciate the public’s patience while Parks staff and contractors worked hard to make the p...Read on...
In order to apply for a position as police officer at the Missoula Police Department, applicants must pass a physical and written test. The Missoula Police Department conducts these tests intermittently. The next testing will be held on March 21st, 2015....Read on...
Please review these tips to learn how to properly secure your bicycle and avoid being the victim of theft.