Eight Montana communities will share $105,000 of grant funding through the Department of Commerce’s Montana Main Street Program to support the planning of economic development, urban revitalization, and historic preservation projects.
BUTTE, Mont. – The Montana Main Street Program at the Department of Commerce is excited to announce that Butte is a winner in a national Partners in Preservation competition.
Nine Montana communities will share $100,000 in grants through the Montana Department of Commerce’s Montana Main Street Program, to support downtown revitalization and economic development projects.
HELENA – The Montana Main Street Program has awarded eight grants totaling $102,000 to communities across Montana to support downtown revitalization projects.
Lt. Governor Mike Cooney visited with community leaders in Roundup on May 6 to recognize the impact and value of the city’s recent infrastructure, education, and long-range planning projects.
HELENA – An intensive two-day workshop focused on empowering communities to revitalize their downtowns and public spaces has attracted a wide selection of participants from over twenty communities across the state.
Montana has been selected, as one of only five states, to host an intensive workshop focused on empowering communities to revitalize their downtowns and public places.
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