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Posted on: November 24, 2021

'Tis the season for sidewalk snow shoveling!

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City law requires residents to clear sidewalks of snow and ice by 9 a.m. the morning after a snowfall.

  • Make sure to shovel the snow onto your own property.
  • Do not shovel snow into the street, bike lanes or parking lanes.
  • Keep fire hydrants clear of snow.

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Posted on: November 23, 2021

Residents invited to envision future of Marshall Mountain Park

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Missoula Parks and Recreation invites residents to share their ideas for the future of Marshall Mountain Park via a brief, online public comment questionnaire through December 21.

The questionnaire, posted at www.engagemissoula.com, is part of an extensive...

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Posted on: November 15, 2021

Please help save a bear!

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Municipal law requires Missoula residents to keep wildlife from feeding on attractants like garbage, bird feeders and pet food left outside. Residents who live in the Bear Buffer Zone on the outskirts of the city must contain their garbage except on the d...

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Posted on: June 11, 2021

City Offices Updated Information as of November 24, 2021

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City Hall - The east entrance at 435 Ryman St. is the only public entrance. Security staff will greet the public and ask basic screening questions for COVID19 symptoms and exposure and weapons. Visitors, other than Court visitors, must have appointments.&...

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Posted on: November 23, 2021

City continues Greenough Park native forest restoration project

Beginning the week of November 29, Parks and Recreation crews will continue a multi-year project to remove non-native Norway maple trees and restore native riparian trees and shrubs in Greenough Park. Parks crews will plant native vegetation next spring t...

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Posted on: November 23, 2021

City continues Greenough Park native forest restoration project

Beginning the week of November 29, Parks and Recreation crews will continue a multi-year project to remove non-native Norway maple trees and restore native riparian trees and shrubs in Greenough Park. Parks crews will plant native vegetation next spring t...

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Posted on: October 25, 2021

FWP and City of Missoula Issue Reminder that Hunting is not Allowed on Mount Jumbo City Lands

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the City of Missoula issued a reminder this week that rifle or archery hunting is not allowed on city-owned conservation lands on Mount Jumbo.  

FWP says that hunters can hike across the lands to access other...

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