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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Parade of Sheds 2020!

September 11, 2020
The 20th Anniversary of the infamous PARADE OF SHEDS is TOMORROW, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2-5 pm!

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Idaho Pole Meeting Tonight Sept 9

September 9, 2020
The City of Bozeman is considering the creation of an Urban Renewal District (URD) at the Pole Yard area in northeast Bozeman, part of which was recently delisted as a federal Superfund site (due to contamination resulting from former wood-treating operations—click on "What are the Environmental Issues on this Site" for more info). The URD ultimately would help finance infrastructure like roads, sewer, water in this currently undeveloped site. The city's website has much more information here.

As we learned from City staff at the last NENA meeting, interest has already been expressed for a mixed-use development at the site. More information on the status of contamination at the site and restrictions on development can be found here.

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NENA/INC update

May 3, 2020
NENA/Interneighborhood Council News

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Gallatin County ​COVID-19 virus Info

March 18, 2020
Important information about the COVID-19 virus in Gallatin County.

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NENA Spring 2020 Meeting CANCELLED

March 5, 2020
The NENA Spring Meeting has been CANCELLED due to the coronavirus recommendations limiting non-essential gatherings. We will reschedule as soon as it's safe and possible.

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Story Mill Park Grand Opening

July 10, 2019
Come to the Story Mill Community Park grand opening: Saturday, July 20 | 9 a.m.–8:30 p.m
All activities are free and open to the public.

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Rouse Construction Neighborhood Q&A July 16

June 26, 2019
Come to a "meet & greet" with the project manager and construction engineer of the Rouse St. reconstruction project on July 16, 5-6 pm, at the Beall Park Center. 

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MINUTES from NENA Spring Meeting

May 24, 2019
NENA Spring Meeting 2019 MINUTES
 

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NENA NEWS: Spring 2019 newsletter

May 16, 2019
In case you didn't see the print version our loyal volunteers handed out at every house in the neighborhood, here's an online version!

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City Approves Cottonwood + Ida PUD

March 31, 2019
On Monday, March 25, the City Commission gave their unanimous approval for construction of a Planned Unit Development (PUD) in the Northeast Neighborhood. The project designer, Think Tank, has involved the neighborhood over the past three years in the development of the Cottonwood + Ida concept, which involves both residential and commercial spaces, with a percentage of the units set aside for those qualifying for affordable housing. Read the Bozeman Daily Chronicle article as well as the second presentation Think Tank gave to the neighborhood in February.

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Downtown Plan: Final Public Events

March 31, 2019
In the coming weeks there will be two final public events regarding the Downtown Bozeman Improvement Plan

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Presentation Update on Cottonwood + Ida Development

February 19, 2019
WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH THE COTTONWOOD/IDA DEVELOPMENT?
(formerly the Edgerley miniature train property behind Misco Mill)
Come to a presentation update this Sunday, Feb. 24, 5:30 pm at the Beall Park Center

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interneighborhood council

January 14, 2019
January Interneighborhood Council meeting minutes

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Nov. 29 Public Event on Community Plan Update

November 19, 2018
The City of Bozeman is updating its Community Plan, which will guide future growth and development within the City over the next ten to twenty years. The Community Plan update engages the public in defining a shared vision for the future of Bozeman.

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INC Meeting Notes November 2018

November 14, 2018
Hello neighbors. In this blog please find my notes from the interneighborhood council where I serve as the NENA representative. I highlighted areas where you can provide input and get involved. -Suzanne Held
 

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Help preserve our neighborhood character

November 3, 2018
From November 7 through 9 there will be three opportunities to give your feedback on draft proposals to update the Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Disrtrict (NCOD), created in 1991 to protect neighborhood character, historic districts, and historic landmarks. Your input can help preserve our neighborhood!

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NENA NEWS FALL 2018

October 4, 2018
Find out what's going on in the neighborhood!

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Round 2 of NCOD Review: Oct. 1-3

September 17, 2018
The Community Development Department is in the process of reviewing the Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District and the Historic Preservation Program. The intent of this project is to evaluate and explore potential alternatives to the NCOD and a restructure of the existing preservation program to better meet today’s community needs as the result of rapid change since the NCOD was first created. The second round of public participation events will be held at various venues October 1-3, 2018.

YOUR PARTICIPATION IS CRITICAL IN HELPING ENSURE THE NORTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD KEEPS ITS CHARACTER. 

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​Inter-neighborhood council meeting notes

September 17, 2018
I am your NENA representative for the inter-neighborhood council (INC), which "exists to give a voice to neighbors and neighborhood concerns and facilitate communication between the City and neighborhoods through a representative forum as an advisory board to the City Commission." Below are my meeting notes from our September meeting yesterday evening. These meetings are open to the public and are a great way to learn about what is happening in Bozeman and with the neighborhoods. Good neighbor day is coming and Pints With Planners and open meetings to learn about the proposed Bozeman Public Safety Center...see details below about how to be involved in our community.  Thanks, Suzanne Held

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NCOD Review: October Public Events

September 7, 2018
The City of Bozeman’s Community Development Division has announced several upcoming Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District Review project community engagement events taking place October 1-3, 2018. These upcoming events will focus on presenting initial recommendations and soliciting community feedback, a result of the initial public outreach that took place this past July.

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