Bozeman Montana

Bozeman Montana

Bozeman Montana

Welcome to Bozeman Montana. We are a city of about 30,000 people in southwest Montana. With a mild climate, a small city size and proximity to national parks, nature is never more than a half-hour away. And, our population is more than 95% white. Perhaps you’re a Bozeman resident and you have questions about your utilities, transportation and cable services. If that’s the case That's what defines the Bozeman area, which is home to a large Catholic university, several nationally recognized schools and a growing arts and culture community More Information Locals Say: "Bozeman is a small town, peaceful and beautiful.



Bozeman has cold, snowy winters and relatively warm summers, though due to elevation, temperature changes from day to night can be significant. The highest temperature ever recorded in Bozeman was 105 °F (40.6 °C) on July 31, 1892. The lowest recorded temperature, −43 °F (−41.7 °C), occurred on February 8, 1936. (Source:

The area was once known as the "Sweet Pea capital of the nation" referencing the prolific edible pea crop. To promote the area and celebrate its prosperity, local business owners began a "Sweet Pea Carnival" that included a parade and queen contest. The annual event lasted from 1906 to 1916. Promoters used the inedible but fragrant and colorful sweet pea flower as an emblem of the celebration. In 1977 the "Sweet Pea" concept was revived as an arts festival rather than a harvest celebration, growing into a three-day event that is one of the largest festivals in Montana. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Of course, there's a lot to like about Bozeman – a Western university town in a scenic valley rimmed by mountains, near ski slopes and fishable rivers. We have a nice downtown, a small airport that's surprisingly well-connected, few traffic jams, and tech entrepreneurs mixing with conservationists and hipsters -- and a few actual cowboys.

Bozeman receives a steady influx of new residents and visitors in part due to its plentiful recreational activities such as fly fishing, hiking, whitewater kayaking, and mountain climbing. Additionally, Bozeman is a gateway community through which visitors pass on the way to Yellowstone National Park and its abundant wildlife and thermal features. The showcasing of spectacular scenery and the western way of life the area received from films set nearby, such as A River Runs Through It and The Horse Whisperer, have also served to draw people to the area. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



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