The City of Bozeman is working hard to keep you driving, biking and strolling safely on our city streets. Stay updated on the latest closures, street conditions and construction reports. Don't fear the cone.
The City of Bozeman is conducting soil gas testing as well as in-home air sampling in the neighborhood bordering the closed former city landfill site off of Story Mill Rd. As this study continues, please visit our projects for updates and details from the City of Bozeman.
As the Bozeman community continues to grow, our infrastructure must grow with it. The City of Bozeman entered into a proactive water planning project in 2012 in order to prepare, evaluate, and recommend a strategy for forecasting and ensuring a sufficient water supply for the next 50 years.
The Integrated Water Resources Plan (IWRP) evaluated water conservation opportunities, existing water rights management and future water rights purchasing, systems management and reclaimed wastewater re-use, as well as a slew of opportunities to develop new water resources. Some of those opportunities include: non-potable water use, importation projects, creation of Sourdough impoundments, groundwater development and more.
The City of Bozeman is eager to work with our community to establish the recommendations of this plan, and move forward with our residents in water conservation and education efforts to ensure our valley continues to enjoy our water supply for many years to come. As the IWRP unfolds and is implemented, we will continue to share knowledge with our community regarding water resources and water conservation.
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was established and appointed by the City Commission as a guiding body of water resources experts and community leaders to assist in the research, development and review of the IWRP. The TAC held regular public meetings and their minutes, agenda and associated documents are listed under "Recent Resources".