2020 Alternative Futures for Soroptimist Park & Bozeman Creek

In collaboration with Montana State University's Community-engaged And Transformational Scholarship (CATS) Program, students completed this report to show alternatives uses and improvements for Soroptomist Park and Bozeman Creek.

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2020 Downtown Alleyways - Concept Plan

This concept plan, supported by the Downtown Bozeman Partnership, advances the goals of the 2019 Downtown Bozeman Improvement Plan to develop ideas that support a thriving and accessible downtown area. Alleyways help to reinforce a walkable city, encourage neighbor interactions, and nurture an invigorating and welcoming city center.

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2020 Downtown Truck Traffic Study

This is an updated analysis of the truck traffic study that was originally completed in 2015.

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2019 Downtown Bozeman Improvement Plan

The 2019 Downtown Plan is a comprehensive vision for the next decade of social, cultural, and economic vitality. The Plan was formally adopted by the Bozeman City Commission in April 2019.

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2019 Bridger Park Garage Expansion Study

This project consists of a schematic design and feasibility study for the expansion of the existing downtown parking garage--the Bridger Park Garage.

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2019 Downtown Structured Parking Feasibility Study

This project analyzes the feasibility of five downtown sites for a future parking structure based on parking capacity, construction cost, and development potential.

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2017 Downtown Parking Study

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2016 Strategic Downtown Parking Management Plan

This targeted and comprehensive parking plan for the downtown core guides daily management and serves as a template for future decision-making.

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2015 Downtown Truck Traffic Study

This study quantifies and qualifies through-truck traffic along Main Street and identifies alternate truck routes.


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2014 Downtown Parking Study

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2012 Bozeman Creek Park(ing) Project

The Bozeman Creek Park(ing) Project involves three primary objectives: enhance Bozeman Creek and create a creek-side park; maximize public parking function and capacity, and mitigate stormwater issues. Three design alternatives have been developed to improve the parking lot and adjacent section of Bozeman Creek at the corner of South Rouse Avenue and East Babcock Street.

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2012 Downtown Parking Study

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2009 Downtown Plan 2018 Progress Report

The 2009 Downtown Bozeman Improvement Plan 2018 Progress Report documents the progress made towards accomplishing the major goals and objectives of the 2009 Downtown Plan.

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2010 Downtown Parking Study

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2009 Downtown Improvement Plan

The Downtown Bozeman Improvement Plan, adopted in 2009, serves as a broad planning tool to ensure the long-term economic health, historic character, and cultural vitality of Bozeman’s downtown urban center.

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1998 Downtown Improvement Plan

The primary goal of this plan is to foster an economically thriving downtown that attracts investment, stabilizes and strengthens the tax base, and supports the vitality and diversity of the Gallatin Valley as its social and cultural center.

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1995 Downtown Urban Renewal Plan

Established a framework and direction to alleviate downtown’s obsolescence and deterioration and provided for its growth and increased prosperity.

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Downtown Alley Sketchbook

The Downtown Alley Sketchbook provides examples of landscaping, hardscaping, pedestrian-scale lighting, business signage, courtyards, and pocket parks. Such improvements would help transform the alleys into unique pedestrian networks providing usable outdoor spaces for businesses.

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