The people who feed, clothe and clean up after the West’s rich newcomers can’t afford to live alongside them.
A number of economic pressures are hitting the wallets of seniors living in and around Gallatin County.
Rising rents, a significant deficit in affordable housing, inflation, high medical costs, and the recent cessation of the
Montana Emergency Rental Program (MERA) are causing many people who are nearing retirement or who have already
retired to seek help from HRDC.
The city invested $5 million of American Rescue Plan dollars to build sewage infrastructure on the north side of town.
Montana Emergency Rental Assistance (MERA), the two-year-old program has provided rent for over 13,000
households across the state. Now, it is slated to end.
We are appealing to our city commissioners to take action and not let Bozeman become a community known
for knowing the price of everything, and the value of nothing.
The Youth and Family Outreach Program of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office is set to kick April off as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
This month marks the “YES to Streamline” campaign kickoff to form an Urban Transportation District (UTD) in Gallatin County.
The campaign committee will work to get out the vote in support of the UTD, which is needed so Streamline can continue
to receive federal transit funding.
There’s broad bipartisan agreement in the Montana Capitol that rising housing costs, driven by
the state’s finite supply of homes and rapid in-migration from other states, rank among the most
pressing issues facing Montana residents.
Elderly homelessness has been rare… It’s now arguably the fastest rising group.
Community supporters on March 1 kicked off a campaign to form an Urban Transportation District (UTD) in Gallatin County.