Bozeman MT Neighborhoods and Communities

Found 40 blog entries about Bozeman MT Neighborhoods and Communities.

A legend to direct you to subdivisions and neighborhoods in Bozeman, Montana. 

Note: This map does not encompass all of the subdivisions in Bozeman. There are hundreds of neighborhoods in just Bozeman alone. 

If you have any questions about a subdivision not mentioned on this map, please feel free to email me at or call/text at (925) 785-2596. 


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Historic Homes with Character

Love viewing historic homes that hit the market? You've come to the right spot. *This list will update with new listings that hit the market in downtown Bozeman. Interested seeing one of these homes in person?
Simply contact Realtor, Marisa Owen at (925) 785-2596 or email me at Happy Home Shopping! 


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 There are an incredible amount of businesses popping up in the Cannery District! Here is the complete list of businesses that you should go check out. 

Cannery District Address: 113 E. Oak Street, Bozeman, MT

Amelia Anne Photography

Architecture 118

Carney Logan Burke

Casting For Recovery

Charlotte & Co. Real Estate

Classic Skin

Dean's Zesty Booch

Daily Coffee Bar

Element Law Group

Epic Athletics

406 Brewing 

Gear Wizard


Lone Mountain (Gym) 

Lot G Cafe

Miller Architects

On X Maps

Paper and Grace


Pizza Campania

Planet Natural

Proper Insurance

Seven Sushi

Shore to Summit Wealth Management

Sitka Gear

Sparrow Studio

Spruce and Honey - Waxing Parlor


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Have you recently received a letter from Opticom Internet? Check out my recent video on some insider's scoop. 

I hope this video was informative if you are currently living in a neighborhood that has Opticom services. Here is the letter from Opticom sent to the Crossing Subdivision homeowners. If you have any questions about the information I have shared about Opticom and living in the Crossing Subdivision, please don't hesitate to call (406) 223-6823 or email me at 

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Why travel outside the U.S. on your next vacation, when you can save time and money and have the vacation of a lifetime in one of the coolest small towns in America? 

These top 25 towns offer great restaurants, fun events, museums, etc. that make any vacation (or lifestyle) great. Often times these amenities are available along with easy access to nature experiences that are tough to beat.

Across the U.S., these 25 towns all have populations under 100,000 residents, incredible views and scenery, and some of the coolest adventures for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are looking for a new hometown, a weekend getaway excursion, or a place to escape to for the week, these towns are a must see for everyone.

1. Sitka, AK


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100 Acre Park, Gallatin County Regional Park, has a ton of amenities and things to do.

Hit up one of the two ponds and go for a quick dip in the water or try out fishing! Use the expansive trail system to go for a run, walk, or bike ride with friends and family. If you’re feeling more adventurous, try your hand at the climbing rocks or learn some new tricks at the bike park. Bring a picnic blanket or grab a picnic table and have some food while laying in the sun. In the winter, take the kids sledding for a quick afternoon activity.

Park Location: Located on the Northwest side of town. The park's cross streets are W Oak & Ferguson
and Davis & E Baxter.

 For more photos and information about what the 100 Acre Park offers, click this link. 

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Check out the quote from below about Bozeman's up and coming luxury real estate market!

"2. Bozeman, Montana: Bozeman has been long renowned among outdoor enthusiasts for its fishing, hiking, skiing, and cycling. Perhaps one of the first hubs of "Silicon Prairie," Bozeman has become home to quite a few tech startups. As more jobs pour into the area, people are not only coming to Bozeman but staying there thanks to the outdoor amenities and work-life balance it affords - and the real estate market is reflecting this.

Bozeman is one of the fastest-growing non-metropolitan areas in the country. As the number of single-family homes in Montana has grown exponentially over the past 25 years, Gallatin county continues to lead that growth." -

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Been wondering what sort of local Bozeman events are going on this summer? Check out this list for the 2018 events! 



  • June 8th
  • July 13th
  • August 10th
  • September 14th
  • December 14th


  • June 28
  • July 5
  • July 12
  • July 19
  • July 26
  • August 2
  • August 9
  • August 16


  • July 20-21


  • August 19th



  • August 24th

To keep updated on these events go to: 


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Are you interested in moving to the south side of Bozeman? Check out these subdivision links and the homes for sale in each neighborhood. We have provided a quick description of each neighborhood to help you find your forever home!

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Alder Creek
Alder Creek Subdivision is a great family and community-based neighborhood. The subdivision features walking paths that safely guide you to two adjacent schools: Sacajawea Middle School and Morning Star Elementary. Morning Star Elementary was recently ranked the number one elementary school in Bozeman. The Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University's college campus and stadium, and Valley View Golf Course are just a few minutes away! 

Gardner Park
Gardner Park Subdivision is an established

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It’s that time of year again! Bozeman’s very own Bogert Farmers Market starts next month! 

: Bogert Park on South Church Avenue and Olive Street
When: June 5th - September 25th | Every Tuesday from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
What: “The Bogert Farmers’ Market is a place for families and friends to gather, socialize, support local and share in a fun-filled community environment!”

Bogert Farmers Market boasts a whole slew of activities for all ages! Pick up some farm fresh fruits and veggies or check out one of the awesome food vendors for dinner. For the kiddos, there is a large play area, jungle gym, slides, and swings. For those who just want to hang out and relax, bring a blanket and lay in the sun while listening to the nightly local band or musician

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