City of Bozeman

The largest city in Gallatin County is Bozeman, also the county seat. A unique small city, Bozeman is a cross-section of ranchers, artists, professors, ski enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, and is also home to Montana State University.
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Population

45250

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Elevation

4820'

Incorporated Date

1864

The largest city in Gallatin County is Bozeman, also the county seat. A unique small city, Bozeman is a cross-section of ranchers, artists, professors, ski enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, and is also home to Montana State University. Bridger Bowl ski resort, a non-profit community ski resort with world-class terrain notorious ‘cold smoke’ powder, is a short 16-mile drive from downtown Bozeman. Bozeman’s historic Main Street is loaded with delicious restaurants, eclectic shops, music and theatre venues and is home to museums, talented artists and excellent galleries. In addition, Bozeman has been ranked on numerous top ten lists in the past decade for a variety of accolades.

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