Downtown News

SIX INDIVIDUALS RECEIVE DOWNTOWN AWARDS AT ANNUAL MDA BANQUET; SUSAN HAY PATRICK NAMED CEDERBERG DOWNTOWNER OF THE YEAR Twenty-one individuals and businesses were nominated by members of the Missoula Downtown Association (MDA) last month for six special awards given annually by the non-profit, business association to recognize the good works that benefit Downtown Missoula. The…

There are moments in an organization and in a community that end up being transformational in the impact, direction, and energy they bring and the path they take them on. We are at a point where we are experiencing a series of independent moments that are all converging together, and set to change the landscape…

The Missoula Downtown Foundation’s (MDF) Friends of Downtown annual campaign continues through December 31st.  MDF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports Missoula through enhancement of Downtown, now and for future generations:  Commerce, Heritage, Culture & Living.  Online donations can be made at www.downtownMissoulafriends.org or via mail to 218 E. Main #C, Missoula MT 59801….

April 10, 2018, Missoula, Montana – Blackfoot, the owner and operator of the region’s largest multi-gigabit network, announced the launch of its new open innovation lab today, called C2M beta. The first of its kind in the region, C2M beta will provide startup companies with access to Blackfoot’s technology infrastructure, expertise and its nearly 20,000…

          Improvements are coming to the Higgins Bridge in the next couple of years and it’s important for Downtown stakeholders and the public to be “in the know”. The Wilma and The Montana Department of Transportation are conducting an open house meeting to discuss the proposal to rehabilitate the Higgins Avenue Bridge…

Learn the ins and outs of creating your own specialty food business. The series will feature professionals experienced in business planning, financing, suppliers, fabrication, labeling, marketing, equipment, online sales, and, of course, the Missoula City/County Health Dept.

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