The award winners are honored at a City Council meeting, and their names are engraved on a plaque in City Hall.
Awards are open in nine categories. They'll be made at a public event during May, National Historic Preservation Month.
In 2008, Missoula was awarded national recognition for ...[Read on...]
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 Mis...[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. ...[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.
City Council approved the Hillview Way Project and Special Improvement District to fund a portion of the project on February 9, 2015. The project is expected to begin construction in the spring/summer of 2016.