Live Music during the "Parade of Sheds"

September 9, 2021

NENA is happy to provide live music on the Parade again this year!

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2021 Parade of Sheds

August 10, 2021

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Stockyard Properties ZMA

July 11, 2021
The owner of the property bordering Story Mill Park that once hosted the Bozeman stockyards is making plans to redevelop.

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2021 Northeast Summer Stroll

June 18, 2021
Join us for the 2021 Northside Stroll!

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Proposed Wildlands Development

May 24, 2021
Proposed Wild Crumb building expansion

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Indreland Audubon Wetland Preserve (IAWP) Special Tour & Clean-Up

April 29, 2021
Wetlands Events this weekend!

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"Super Fun" Summer Fundraiser

April 24, 2021
Obsticle Course Fun Run

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“NE Bozeman Environmental Initiatives” part 2

April 24, 2021
Tree care

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“NE Bozeman Environmental Initiatives”

April 24, 2021
Natural lawn care

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Community Solar Access

April 24, 2021
Time to Shine.
Solar Access in the Neighborhood

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Visions NE Committee

April 24, 2021
Visions NE Committee: Defining Community Character

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“NE Bozeman Environmental Initiatives” part 3

April 24, 2021
GARDENING FOR POLLINATORS
Go Native- Spring garden tips and resources

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Nominations for NENA officers

April 24, 2021
Spring NENA Officer Elections

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The Front Street Pathway Update

April 24, 2021
Update on the Front Street Pathway

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Tinworks & Lehrkind Brewery Site Development Projects

April 24, 2021
Updates on the Tinworks and Brewery Site Development Projects

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The North Central Master Plan

April 22, 2021
View the North Central Master Plan and get more information about this upcoming project in the neighborhood. 

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Aspen St Bridge Update

April 15, 2021
April 15, 2021 NURB meeting to approve budget for 2021-2022

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MONTANA ARTIST GRANTS

January 8, 2021
MONTANA ARTIST GRANTS
Tinworks Art, a Bozeman-based nonprofit, provides welcoming and immersive art experiences for all members of our community. We nurture diverse artistic voices and support their creation of ambitious, thought-provoking works of art.

This year, Tinworks Art is offering grants to Montana artists in the amount of $10,000 each to support creative work in the region. These are intended to remove hurdles that confront practicing artists in our state. In addition to this financial support, each artist will receive a studio visit from the Tinworks Art curatorial team, consideration for the Tinworks Art 2021 summer exhibition, and a place in our 2021 series of public artist talks. As part of the 2021 cohort, artists are expected to participate in one outreach activity that benefits either K-12 education or an underserved community.

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No Bike Representation at Peach Street and Rouse Ave Intersection

December 11, 2020
The intersection of Peach Street crossing Rouse Ave reopened with no dedicated bike facilities on either side of Rouse despite having four lanes for motor vehicles on each side. Interested or concerned community members have an opportunity to submit public comment related to this issue right now.  

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EPA & DEQ to present Idaho Pole Superfund Site Update

December 1, 2020
EPA & DEQ Idaho Pole Superfund Site Update

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2-Phase Development Proposed for Brewery Site

November 21, 2020

Thinktank Design has been working on a project in conjunction with Tinworks (Cottonwood + Ida) that is slated for the former Brewery site. The proposal is a mix of residential units above commercial spaces, with an on-site parking garage that will serve residents as well as 84 spaces leased by the Tinworks development and parking demand beyond the site. Wood slat screening will conceal and integrate the garage into the site.

 

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Opportunity to Comment on Idaho Pole development TOMORROW, November 10

November 9, 2020
On Tuesday, November 10, the City Commission will vote whether to provisionally adopt Ordinance No. 2055 (Agenda Item 4), which would create the Pole Yard Urban Renewal District to incentivize development off L Street between I-90 and the railroad. If passed, the Commission will have a second, final reading in the near future.

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Public Hearing on Idaho Pole Superfund URD

October 26, 2020
Tuesday October 27, the City Commission will cast their votes for Action Item 4, “to provisionally adopt Ordinance No. 2055 making legislative findings that creating the Pole Yard Urban Renewal District and adopting the Pole Yard Urban Renewal District Plan…” If passed, the Commission will have a second, final reading on the ordinance on November 10.

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Accepting Vice President Nominations

October 22, 2020
We are currently accepting nominations for the office of NENA Vice President

Nominations will be accepted now through Sunday, November 1. 

Members will then be emailed with a link that will direct them to a voting form on Monday, November 2. 

Please email nenabozeman@gmail.com with your nominations. 

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Trails Projects

October 9, 2020
After long delays due to Rouse St, the City of Bozeman is considering the approval for a trail that connects Wallace to Oak St and the Cannery District, as well as other planned trails. The City Commission will vote on, Tuesday, October 13.

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