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VIDEO: Accessible, Affordable Housing is the Key to Living a Full, Independent Life

April is Fair Housing Month

Accessible, Affordable Housing is the Key to Living a Full, Independent Life

For many Montanans, finding accessible and stable housing can mean the difference between living an independent, healthy life or struggling to get by. That’s why the Montana Department of Commerce is recognizing Fair Housing Month, and continuing to work with property owners to develop more accessible, affordable housing options.

 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

April is Fair Housing Month

Montana Department of Commerce continues to advocate for access to safe, stable housing

Big Boulder Apartments were built in 2009

April is Fair Housing Month, and the Montana Department of Commerce continues to work with landlords, tenants and property managers to ensure more folks have access to safe and stable housing.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Governor Bullock Awards Infrastructure Funding to Historic Missoula Theater

Community development project to create jobs and fuel downtown economic growth

Governor Steve Bullock today joined community leaders at the Roxy Theater in Missoula to award $167,605 in tourism infrastructure and community development block grant funding for the restoration of Missoula’s historic movie theater.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Nearly $2 Million Approved for Development Projects in Montana’s Coal Communities

Funding will help fix roads, purchase emergency equipment, and fund local hospitals

With the passage of House Bill 3, communities waiting for funding will now be able to move forward with essential projects in areas impacted by coal development. 

Friday, March 31, 2017

Montana Board of Housing Boosts Access to Affordable Homes After $42 Million Bond Sale

Picture includes entire group of financial advisors for the Montana Board of Housing that is required for each bond issue.

The Montana Board of Housing has sold nearly $42 million in bonds with the proceeds of that sale going to fund loans for first-time homebuyers.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Governor Bullock Announces Funding to Help Build Blackfeet Community College’s Health Science Facility

The new 9,200 square-foot facility will allow the college to expand its nursing and public health programs.

Governor Steve Bullock Thursday awarded $400,000 in Community Development Block Grant Economic Development funding to Glacier County for the construction of a health sciences facility at Blackfeet Community College.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Governor Bullock Announces 15 Economic Development Grants

Grants to assist Main Street Montana businesses with growth and job creation

City of Hamilton

Governor Steve Bullock today announced $374,031 in grants to help businesses in 15 Montana communities and assist Main Street Montana businesses with plans for growth.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Governor Bullock Celebrates Groundbreaking for Red Fox Apartments

Housing development to create jobs and provide affordable housing for hard-working Montanans

Red Fox Groundbreaking in Billings

“Every Montanan deserves a safe and healthy place to call home,” Governor Bullock said. “We know that kids do better in school when they have a stable home. We know adults will have a better chance at getting to work every morning when they know they’ll make rent and have a community of support. And we know that towns in Montana do better when their workers can afford to live where the jobs are.”

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Legislature’s Bipartisan Action Will Benefit more Montana Homebuyers

Montana Board of Housing gets Approval to Provide High-Quality Mortgage Servicing to more Homebuyers

HB 26 bill signing

More Montanans will now have access to working with local loan servicers who are focused on ensuring families can stay in their homes thanks to the bi-partisan passage of House Bill 26 sponsored by Dillon Republican Tom Welch.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Commerce Department Announces Funding to Update Eastern Montana Health Center, Retain Jobs

The Montana Department of Commerce Tuesday announced $400,000 to upgrade and retain 30 jobs at the Garfield County Health Center in Jordan, Mont.

Garfield County Health Center

The Montana Department of Commerce Tuesday announced $400,000 to upgrade and retain 30 jobs at the Garfield County Health Center in Jordan, Mont.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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