December Virtual Midtown Mixer Hosted by Southgate Mall

Join fellow members of the Missoula Midtown Association via Zoom for a Virtual Midtown Mixer, Tuesday, December 1, beginning at 4:00 PM sponsored by Southgate Mall. Join Zoom MeetingCLICK HEREMeeting ID: 870 4277 3239+1 346 248 7799 US Given the lack of regular social gatherings as of late, we would like to invite you to attend our monthly virtual meeting to …

Seeking Applicants for Missoula Midtown Association Executive Director

SCOPE OF WORK The major project of the Executive Director will be the creation of a Midtown Master Plan. The Downtown Master Planning process has primed community leaders, residents, and businesses to engage in a similar process for Midtown successfully. However, the plans will be very different as Midtown and Downtown have different identities, both vital to Missoula. Recognizing the …

Midtown Master Plan Whitepaper

In January 2020, due to unprecedented and exhilarating growth in Midtown Missoula, and in anticipation of more changes to come, the Missoula Midtown Association (MMA) adopted strategic goals calling for the creation and implementation of a Midtown Master Plan. Recognizing the pressing need for cohesion around a vision that embraces our existing character, encourages equitable development, and promotes healthy urbanism, …

Mountain Line Releases Special Bus-to-Ballot Map Ahead of Election

In an effort to increase accessibility and access for voters this fall, Mountain Line has released a special Bus-to-Ballot map this week. The map details the public transportation routes Missoulians can take to access various ballot drop-off locations and the Elections Center. All Mountain Line services are ADA accessible and zero-fare.  “Transportation shouldn’t be a barrier to participating in our democracy,” said Corey Aldridge, Mountain Line general manager. “Mountain Line is proud to offer accessible, zero-fare …

Mountain Line Expansion Needed to Address Growth

As Missoula grows, access to affordable, reliable transportation is critical. That’s why Mountain Line updated its strategic plan after hearing from Missoulians their desire for increased service.Mountain Line is asking for a mill levy investment of 20 mills, raising approximately $3 million annually, to: Implement seven-day and seven-night transit service, expand weekend service, including adding Sunday service for the first time. Increase …