Information About Bozeman

 

According to High Country News, one in every 10 new businesses formed in Montana come from Gallatin County, making this area second in business growth in the state.

Bozeman is home to Montana State University, and the restaurant scene has taken off over the last several years.

 

Bozeman has a variety of cultural amenities that is admirable for a town of just over 42,000.  It’s reputation as a ski town still holds true, but the area has recently seen an influx of people relocating to the area in search of a slower, high-quality lifestyle.  Bozeman and the surrounding areas certainly deliver.

 

The Bozeman area and southwest Montana as a whole is one of the fast growing areas of the Northern Rockies.

 Here are a few reasons why:

  • A pro-business environment with no state sales tax
  • Montana State University, a Tier-1 Research University and newly expanded Gallatin College, a two-year university
  • Superior public schools: Bozeman High School frequently ranks nationally and is listed in the top 6 percent of America’s best high schools
  • Direct and easy access to Yellowstone National Park and thousands of miles of open space
  • World-acclaimed rivers and spring creeks with healthy trout populations for fishing
  • Easy to get to mountains for skiing, hiking, biking, climbing and hunting
  • Great quality of life, a sense of community and a thriving cultural community with active, functioning main streets, museums, theaters and art galleries

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Information provided by Gallatin Association of REALTORS/Big Sky Country MLS.