Bozeman was founded by John Bozeman in 1864. It is situated at the base of the Bridger Mountains. Population: 32,500.
Brindger apartments- Brenda- 406-587-9481
Marilyn DeKleer- (406) 586-7355
Witt and Associates- contact info not provided
Rental Professionals - 406-585-1775 2137 W. Durston Ave Bozeman, MT 59715
Rick Meis- 704 W Arnold Bozeman, MT 59715; (406) 586-1999
*Multiple people recommended Rick Meis and Witt and Associates.
Check Craigslist and bozemandailychronicle.com for listings of rentals and roommates.
Northwestern Energy (888) 467-2669
Qwest Communications (800) 244-1111
Bresnan Communications (877) 273-7626
Water and garbage are often included in rentals.
Check out: www.bozone.com
The Dry Fly Saloon in the Holiday Inn has free food during happy hour.
The Co-op has good sandwiches, salads, and soups, and they accept food stamps
The Crystal Bar
I-Ho’s Korean food
La Tenga Mexican food
The Daily coffee shop
The Sweet Pea Festival of arts, music and theatre
Shakespeare in the Parks
The Hi-Lite reservoir for campsites and trails
Bridgers with Fairly Lake and Sacagawea Peak
Gallatins, Bozeman creek
Get the Bozeman Day Hikes book
Cross Country skiing in Yellowstone, down hill at Bridger Bowl and Big Sky
The Christmas Stroll
Mayor Jeff Krause, Legislator Franke Wilmer
Partners and Non-profits
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley(provides housing for homeless families), HIS Soup( guy with a van who feeds the homeless), the Gallatin Valley Foodbank, RSVP, Love Inc., and youth serving non-profits.