Opportunity Resources, Inc. to host March Midtown Mixer

Mark your calendar and join us in Midtown Missoula on Tuesday, March 3rdat our Midtown Mixer hosted by Opportunity Resources, Inc. from 5-7pm. Enjoy appetizers, beverages, networking, and the opportunity to help shape the future of Midtown Missoula by sharing your thoughts and ideas on activities and development in the area. Opportunity Resources, Inc. is located at 2821 South Russell Street. Make sure you bring your business card so you can enter for a chance to win great prizes from our sponsors.

Opportunity Resources, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Montana dedicated to supporting persons with disabilities. ORI has over 60 years of providing individualized services for hundreds of Western Montana adults living with a disability. The goal is simple— to support clients in attaining independence in housing, employment, and as many aspects of their daily lives as possible, while providing all of the support services required to achieve that goal. Learn more about Opportunity Resources, Inc. by clicking HERE.

The Missoula Midtown Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, enhancement, and accessibility of the midtown area as it relates to businesses, residents and the community. Its goals are to provide resources and information related to the success and growth of a healthy business community and to enhance the quality of life and quality of place for visitors and residents alike.

We hope to see you there!

2020 Annual Meeting for Members

The Missoula Midtown Association continues to grow and invites all active members to celebrate the progress the Association has accomplished in support of its vision over the past year.

Join friends and neighbors to hear where we’re headed and meet fellow Association members over lunch.

Not currently a member but interested in joining? Click HERE to easily sign-up today.

Please let us know how many people will be attending from your organization by emailing us at midtown@missoulamidtown.com. We’ll see you there!

Community Medical Center to host February Midtown Mixer

Mark your calendars and join us in Midtown Missoula on Tuesday, February 4th for our Midtown Mixer hosted by Community Medical Center at the Community Cancer Care & Prevention Center from 5-7pm. Enjoy appetizers, beverages, networking, and the opportunity to help shape the future of Midtown Missoula by sharing your thoughts and ideas on activities and development in the area. Community Medical Center‘s Community Cancer Care & Prevention Center is located at 2837 Fort Missoula Road.

Community Medical Center is comprised of 1,200 of your friends, neighbors, and family who live out the mission every day – Your Health, our commitment to you, from day one.

Community Medical Center is a leading physician-led healthcare organization in Missoula, Montana, dedicated to enhancing the health of Montanans with a complete range of medical services and patient-centered care. As a 151-bed hospital, CMC offers medical, surgical, obstetrics, newborn services including a Level IIIb neonatal intensive care, perinatology, pediatrics, pediatric and adult intensive care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, general surgery, oncology, cardiology and orthopedics. In addition, CMC specialized facilities services include an advanced wound care center, 24/7/365 emergency department, regional walk-in clinics and physician practices. CMC is a joint venture with LifePoint Health and Billings Clinic, Montana’s largest hospital, and is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.

The Missoula Midtown Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, enhancement, and accessibility of the midtown area as it relates to businesses, residents and the community. Its goals are to provide resources and information related to the success and growth of a healthy business community and to enhance the quality of life and quality of place for visitors and residents alike.

We hope to see you there!

Keller Williams Western MT Realty and First Interstate Bank and to Host January Midtown Mixer

Save the date and join us in Midtown Missoula on Tuesday, January 7th for our Midtown Mixer hosted by Keller Williams Western Montana Realty and First Interstate Bank from 5-7pm. Enjoy appetizers, beverages, networking, and the opportunity to help shape the future of Midtown Missoula by sharing your thoughts and ideas on activities and development in the area. Keller Williams Western Montana Realty is located at 1817 South Avenue West, Suite B. Make sure you bring your business card so you can enter for a chance to win great prizes from our sponsors.

Keller Williams Western Montana Realty has been serving Western Montana since 1957, helping clients with all of their real estate needs including residential, land, multi-family and commercial properties.

First Interstate Bank is a community banking organization headquartered in Billings, Montana. With over 120 locations across Idaho, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming. The bank is still run on the same principals as when it was founded by Homer Scott, Sr. in Sheridan, Wyoming in 1968; to take the best possible care of customers, employees, and the places they call home. First Interstate Bank is committed to providing exemplary customer service, exceeding customer expectations with products and services, and supporting the communities served.

Public Meeting for Environmental Cleanup & De-listing at MRL Triangle

PUBLIC MEETING TUESDAY 11/19/19, 6-8pm

LOCATION: Sovereign Hope Church – 1919 North Avenue West Enter Through the Side Door on Johnson Street

To lay the foundation for redevelopment at MRL Triangle, the City of Missoula is applying to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for funding to resolve environmental issues at the site. Known issues include the presence of asbestos-containing materials within structures and surface soil contamination from railroad ties north of MRL Park.

More information on how the City conceptualizes addressing these issues is available in a draft application to EPA for a Brownfields Cleanup Grant and Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) available upon request or for download HERE.

The City invites comments on the draft application and ABCA either during the public meeting or as identified below.

Comments must be received by November 26, 2019, to be incorporated into the EPA application.

For more information, to comment, or to request special accommodations in order to participate contact:
John Adams (406) 552-6397 adamsj@ci.missoula.mt.us