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Missoula County Zoning Amendment Forum

For Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors

  • Date: 01/24/2017 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM  
  • Location: Missoula County Courthouse
    200 West Broadway
    Missoula, Montana 59802
  • Introduction: Missoula County is updating its zoning regulations. CAPS' staff will walk through the proposed changes and answer any questions you may have.

As you may have heard, Missoula County is updating its zoning regulations. While land use policy can be tedious in its details, it's also an essential tool for developing the kind of community we all want to live in. That's why we hope you will attend one of the upcoming forums where CAPS' staff will walk through the proposed changes and answer any questions you may have.
 
We have two tracks of meetings for audiences with different levels of familiarity with zoning regulations. Each forum will feature a short staff presentation about the changes and a follow up Q&A and discussion, with the Tuesday meetings involving a longer presentation with more detail for professionals who interact regularly with land use regulations, such as architects, surveyors, and engineers. 

Please RSVP to jdixon@missoulacounty.us
 
At each forum, participants will have the opportunity to formally comment on the proposed changes ahead of the public hearing in mid-February at the Planning Board, after which the proposed regulations will go to the Board of County Commissioners (anticipated mid-March).
 
We encourage you to join in this important discussion and spread the word to any interested colleagues. Your participation will help make the zoning update successful and better understood by the general public and those interested in land use, quality of life, and economic development in Missoula County.

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