Missoula Redevelopment Agency

About Us

The Missoula Redevelopment Agency (MRA) is a public agency created in 1978 that operates in accordance with state law to revitalize Missoula's Urban Renewal Districts. MRA partners with public and private entities to help improve economic vitality, create jobs and encourage investment in the Districts. MRA also invests in public improvements like parks, trails, streets and sidewalks.

All decisions about MRA projects are made by a five-member Board of Commissioners who are appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council.


For Information on Blight, Tax Increment Financing, or How Tax Increment Funds Are Collected:

View Our Brochure (PDF)

Fiscal Year 2019 Tax Increment Remittance to Taxing Jurisdictions (PDF)

               MRA to Plant Street Trees in Franklin to the Fort   Neighborhood This Spring

Contractors will be planting street trees on the following streets this spring: Mary Avenue West, Clark Street, Dearborn Avenue, Fairview Avenue, and Benton Avenue. This will complete MRA’s 2017 streetscape improvements and sidewalk installation projects on these streets. Landscape contractors are expected to stake proposed tree locations in mid-April. Tree planting is expected to begin in mid-May. Contact marchesseaulta@ci.missoula.mt.us with questions or concerns.