1) The InterNeighborhood Council monthly meeting will take place this Thursday, May 11 at 4:30 PM, at the Library in the Large Conference Room.
· Join INC to learn more about the Unified Development Code Draft, the Growth Policy, and a review of the noise ordinance.
· Full agenda
2) Join us for an information session on Short Term Rentals this Friday at Noon.
· On Friday, May 12, 12pm, City Hall Commission Room, City Staff will host a Short Term Rental information session to discuss the changes to the Bozeman Municipal Code. Staff will give an overview of the process to date, discuss the Short Term Rental proposal, the direction received from the Commission on April 24th, what happens after adoption, and answer questions.
3) Cleanup Day SUCCESS!
· As of last week, we’ve collected 228 bags of trash and 24 bags of recycling from Cleanup Day AND we’re still finding more! Thank you to everyone who participated! If you missed out, you can still participate in City Cleanup:
4) Bozeman Public Library May Newsletter – Check it Out!
· Friday Forum on Public Art, Learning a Language presentation with Ellen Jovin, Bike Week, and more here!
5) Recruitment for a new City Manager is underway.
· On Thursday, May 18 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.
Have a great week!
JESSICA H. JOHNSON | NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATOR
City of Bozeman | 121 North Rouse Avenue | P.O. Box 1230 | Bozeman, MT 59771
P: 406.582.2274 | E: email@example.com | W: www.bozeman.net
· 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. 16502 Rosa Apartments Master Site Plan Application (Rogers) Revisions – located in the Flanders Creek Neighborhood Association
4951 Sherwood Way. A Master Site Plan Application to allow the development of a 194 residential units in five (5) phases with street improvements, open space, parking, and related site improvements.
B. 16502 Rosa Apartments Site Plan, Phase 1 Application (Rogers) Revisions – located in the Flanders Creek Neighborhood Association
4951 Sherwood Way. A Site Plan Application for Phase 1 of the Rosa Apartments Master Site Plan to allow the construction of three (3) 18 unit apartment buildings with street improvements, open space, parking, and related site improvements.
C. 17181 Costco Addition Concept PUD Application (Owens)
2505 Catron Street. Concept application for expansion of the existing 126,000sf Costco warehouse building and parking to adjacent 4.68-acre property to accommodate a 24,000sf addition. Considerations include requirements for annexation, zoning, PUD modification, site plan with CCOA, etc. Site is located in B-2 zoning district and entryway corridor overlay district.
D. 17130 Spratt Office Building SP and 17131 CUP (Jadin) Revisions
304 Gallatin Park Dr. A site plan application for a 3-story commercial building including related site improvements and associated CUP for personal and convenience services in the M-1 district.
E. 17186 North Grand Housing Site Plan (Jadin) – located in the Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA)
301 North Grand Avenue. Site Plan application with Certificate of Appropriateness and Demolition permit proposing the demolition of an existing single-household dwelling and construction of a 8347 square-foot, 5-unit residential structure with related site improvements.
F. 17189 Wallace North MOD (Jadin) – located in the Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA)
802-810 and 820 N. Wallace Avenue. Site Plan modification application to reconfigure parking lot including relocation of 7 parking spaces, installation of landscaping and addition of 4 parking spaces. The application also includes review of improvements proposed for East Aspen Street immediately to the south of the subject parcel.
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) 17040 Bozeman Commons E. Main Development Master Site Plan (Owens) Revisions May 17
5) 17041 Bozeman Commons E. Main Development Phase 1 Site Plan (Owens) Revisions May 17
6) 17196 Lot 2A Walker Subdivision Preapp (WerBell) May 17
7) 17111 City Brew Coffee Site Plan (Owens) Revisions May 24
8) 17207 Whistle Pig On-Premise Alcohol CUP(WerBell) May 24
9) 17212 The Parklands at Village Downtown Sub. Pre Application (Jadin) May 24
1) 17217 The Church on Church Street (Krueger) – located in the Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA)
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)
1247 Stoneridge Drive. A concept review application for the construction of a 6,730 square foot office building and related site improvements.
· Welcome back to your Bozeman Street Report for the week of May 8th! Work is underway on N. Rouse from Oak to Story Mill Rd. The intersection of Babcock and Ferguson is closed for widening and signage. 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 bozemanstreetreport.com and follow us on Twitter and FB at BZNStreetReport.
· Pickleball moves outside in May to Southside Tennis Courts – 5th & College St., 1st Fridays, 9am-noon (Fee: $5/res, $7/non res)
· School’s Out EXPLORE! Camp – A day full of Pokémon, May 26th, K-5th grades. Fee: 7:45am-5:30pm, $35/res, $50/non res, Location: Lindley Center
· Women’s Fly Fishing Clinic will be Thursday, May 11th, 6:00-8:30pm at River’s Edge West, 59 N. Star Ln. This will be a women’s introduction by instructor Sarah Clark. It takes place at their store so no license is required. Fee: $35 / resident, $50/non-resident.
· CPR and First Aid with Bozeman Fire Department, Saturday, May 13th from 10am to 5pm at the Beall Park Recreation Center, 415 N. Bozeman Ave. Fee: $10 per person to cover materials and certification cards.
· T-Ball: Games will begin this week at Beall Park from 5:30 to 7pm. The park will be full of teams Monday through Thursday. When necessary, makeup games will be played on Friday’s.
· 5/10 - The Exotic Stellar Graveyard with Dr. Bennett Link
· 5/19 - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill - Soul2Soul Tour
· 5/29 - Memorial Day Holiday
· 5/31 - Def Leppard with special guests Poison and Tesla
Ø City of Bozeman Event Calendar
Ø City Commission Meeting – Presentation on the draft Unified Development Code
o Monday, May 8 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
Ø InterNeighborhood Council (INC) Meeting
o Thursday, May 11 – 4:30 PM – Library, Large Conference Room
Ø Short Term Rental Information Session
o Friday, May 12 – 12 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o Join City Staff for a brown bag presentation on the changes to the Bozeman Municipal Code regarding Short Term Rentals. Staff will give an overview of the process to date, Short Term Rental proposal, the direction received from the Commission on April 24th, what happens after adoption, and answer questions. Everyone is welcome.
Ø City Commission Meeting – Strategic Plan Update
o Monday, May 15 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o Agenda: Strategic Plan Update & Budget Workshop
Ø Zoning Commission Meeting – Public Hearing on Short Term Rentals
o Tuesday, May 16 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o Agenda: Strategic Plan Update & Budget Workshop
Ø New Hyalite View Neighborhood (NHVN) Annual Meeting
o Thursday, May 18 – 6:30 PM – Lindley Center (1102 E Curtis)
o Agenda: Officer Elections, Neighborhood Police Report, Water Conservation, Short Term Rental & Code Update, Emerald Ash Borer report & Mayor’s Update
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 Midtown Neighborhood Annual Meeting
o Tuesday, May 23 – 6:30 PM – Location: TBD
o Agenda: Formation of a new neighborhood association, Neighborhood Police & Fire reports
Ø Cooper Park Neighborhood Association (CPNA) Annual Meeting
o Tuesday, May 24 – 6:30 PM – Irving School
o Agenda: Steering Committee Elections, Neighborhood Police Report, Water Conservation, Short Term Rental & Code Update
Ø South Central Association of Neighbors (SCAN) Annual Meeting
o Wednesday, May 31 – 7 PM – Story Mansion
o Neighborhood Picnic starts at 6 PM on the Story Mansion Lawn; Agenda: Steering Committee Elections, Neighborhood Police Report, Water Conservation, Emerald Ash Borer report, ADU’s & Short Term Rentals