1) If you missed the Short Term Rental Information Session on Friday. You can find all the information shared here.
2) May is National Bike Month
· This week is Bike to Work Week! Pick up a free bike map at City Hall. Also, Bozeman Police's Annual Unclaimed Bicycle Auction is this Saturday, May 20 at 9am. More information here.
3) Recruitment for a new City Manager is underway.
· This Thursday at 6 PM our Commissioners and staff will be meeting for the 3rd time to discuss City Manager Recruitment. Send any public comment regarding the hiring of the City Manager to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emailing this address reaches all of our Commissioners and appropriate staff on any topic. The meeting will be held at City Hall in the Commission Room.
· Map of projects
· Project status
· Call the Community Development Department 582-2260 for more information on any of these projects or visit their office to view plans at 20 E Olive St. You can also make an appointment with the planner (in parentheses behind the project name) to discuss the project in more detail.
A. 17040 Bozeman Commons E. Main Development Master Site Plan (Owens) Revisions
1107, 1113, 1117 East Main Street. A Master Site Plan with COA and Deviation Application (revised) to allow demolition of five (5) existing structures and addition of five (5) new office and mixed use structures and accessory uses across four (4) phases of construction, and the addition of circulation, parking for 222 spaces, and related site improvements. The 4.29-acre (186,855-square foot) site is zoned B-2 and located in the E. Main Entryway Corridor. The deviation requests a 20% reduced entryway corridor setback.
B. 17041 Bozeman Commons E. Main Development Phase 1 Site Plan (Owens) Revisions
1105 East Main Street. A Site Plan with COA Application (revised) to allow construction of a two-story 17,118-square foot office building with 59 on-site parking spaces and related site improvements as Phase 1 of the proposed East Main Master Site Plan (Application 17040). The site is zoned B-2 and located in the E. Main Entryway Corridor, with current access to E. Main Street provided by an easement to the west.
C. 17196 Lot 2A Walker Property Subdivision PreApp (WerBell)
11, 29 Kean Drive. A Subdivision Pre-Application for a proposed four lot minor subdivision of an existing 3.936-acre lot. The subject tract is zoned R-3, residential medium density district, and is located within the Walker Property Planned Unit Development.
1) 17050 Yellowstone Theological Institute Final Plat (Krueger)
2) 17193 Flanders Mill Phase 3 Final Plat (Saunders)
3) 17029 Allison Phase 3 Final Plat (Owens)
4) 17205 South University District Phase 2 Final Plat (WerBell)
5) 17224 Norton East Ranch Phase 3C Final Plat (Jadin)
6) 17111 City Brew Coffee Site Plan (Owens) Revisions May 24
7) 17207 Whistle Pig On-Premise Alcohol CUP (WerBell) May 24
8) 17212 The Parklands at Village Downtown Sub. Pre Application (Jadin) May 24
9) 17229 5 West On Premises Sales and Consumption of Alcohol CUP (Boughan) May 31
1) 17217 The Church on Church Street (Krueger) May 17
203 North Church Street. A concept review application to determine if a proposed office use is a community center and allowed in the R-2 district.
2) 17217 Hubley Phillips and Williams Office Building (WerBell) May 17
1247 Stoneridge Drive. A concept review application for the construction of a 6,730 square foot office building and related site improvements.
3) 17225 Building N Cannery District (Krueger) May 24
105 East Oak Street. A concept review application for the construction of a 10,258 sq. foot office building and related site improvements in phase 4 of the Cannery District.
4) 17234 Day Care Center Addition (Garber) May 24
1805 South Tracy Avenue. A concept review application for the construction of a 1,000 sq. foot addition to an existing day care center.
· Happy spring and welcome back to your Bozeman Street Report for the week of May 14th! Work is underway on N. Rouse from Oak to Story Mill Rd, use alternative routes if possible! S. Willson from Mason to Kagy will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday for sewer repair. And we are still filling potholes, give our hotline a ring at 582.3208 and report any bumps we’ve missed. For more information visit www.bozemanstreetreport.com and follow us on Twitter and FB at BZNStreetReport.
· 5/19 - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill - Soul2Soul Tour
· 5/31 - Def Leppard with special guests Poison and Tesla
Ø City of Bozeman Event Calendar
Ø City Commission Meeting – Strategic Plan & Budget Workshop
o Monday, May 15 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
Ø Zoning Commission Meeting – Public Hearing on Short Term Rentals
o Tuesday, May 16 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
Ø New Hyalite View Neighborhood (NHVN) Annual Meeting
o Thursday, May 18 – 6:30 PM – Lindley Center (1102 E Curtis)
Ø City Commission Meeting
o Monday, May 22 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o Agenda: Short Term Rental 1st reading of Ordinance
Ø Unified Development Code Neighborhoods Deep Dive
o Tuesday, May 23 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o Agenda: Join City Staff to learn more about the Unified Development Code update at a Neighborhoods related deep dive. This session will answer the questions that neighbors are concerned about. Hosted by the Community Development Department and Neighborhoods Program. Information on the Code Update.
Ø Cooper Park Neighborhood Association (CPNA) Annual Meeting
o Tuesday, May 24 – 6:30 PM – Irving School (811 W Alderson
Ø South Central Association of Neighbors (SCAN) Annual Meeting
o Wednesday, May 31 – 6 PM – Story Mansion (811 S Willson)
Ø Bozeman Preservation Advocacy Group – Sack Lunch Series
o Friday, June 2 – 12 PM – Story Mansion (811 S Willson)
o Topic TBA.
Ø The Cost of Parking – Neighborhood Information Series
o Friday, June 9 – 12 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o The InterNeighborhood Council & the City Neighborhoods program will be hosting a new series that addresses topics that are of interest to our neighborhoods. Join us for the first in the series, “The Cost of Parking”, to learn from some of our Bozeman parking experts why parking dictates new development, how to manage not having enough parking with growth and why reducing parking minimums might be a viable solution. Panel to include Taylor Lonsdale, Western Transportation Institute; Martin Matsen, Bozeman Community Development Director; David Fine, Bozeman Economic Development; Ed Meece, Bozeman Parking Manager.