News from the Knoff Group

EBS – Water and sewer board approves rate increase

Big Sky County Water and Sewer board recently approved a rate increase to temper strain created by growth in the area on the system. Explore Big Sky: Water and sewer board approves rate increase June 1, 2021 Bella Butler EBS STAFF BIG SKY – During a special meeting on June 1, the Big Sky County …

Read this post »

Gallatin County updates floodplain regulations  | BDC

This may affect development and rebuilding around our multiple waterways for years to come. Gallatin County updates floodplain regulations By Perrin Stein Bozeman Daily Chronicle 2/23/2021 Gallatin County is revising its floodplain regulations in response to a new federal study and updated maps of the Gallatin River and Bozeman Creek and its tributaries. The county …

Read this post »

Six takeaways from Prospera’s annual economic report

Our area of Montana is growing at record pace. Population, cost of living and our economy are expanding as a result. Prospera has just released their annual economic report for Gallatin and Park Counties. And the data indicates that this trend will continue. The report can be viewed in its entirety at prosperaprofile.org. Six takeaways …

Read this post »

Crosscut Mountain Sports Center – Bridger Canyon News

PRESS RELEASE BOZEMAN, Mont. (March 3) — Local non-profit Bridger Biathlon Club (BBC), in partnership with another community non- profit, the Crosscut Mountain Sports Center (CMSC), today exercised an option to purchase the 270-acre Bohart Ranch Cross-Country Ski Center property in Bridger Canyon. BBC and CMSC aim to carry on the Nordic ski legacy established …

Read this post »

Property Tax and Reappraisal Changes in Montana

This article published on June 23, 2015 by the Billing’s Gazette touches on some changes that will be felt regarding the change of property tax assessments from a six year cycle to a two year cycle. State property tax assessments to be issued soon by Tom Lutey, BILLINGS GAZETTE- Montana’s property tax assessments are set …

Read this post »

Cops and Courts Facility – Back to the Original Plan?

The discussion about where the expanded Bozeman Cops and Courts facility will be built has come full circle.  After a defeat by voters of a bond to build the facility off North Rouse, it seems that the discussion is building for the facility to be built in tandem with Gallatin County off South 19th – …

Read this post »