MISSOULA DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS

Missoula County has four tax increment districts, providing an excellent selection of locations for industrial and technology businesses, with an outstanding commercial parcel available at the Missoula Development Park. The map below highlights the districts in Missoula County. 

TIF/TEDD Aerial

WHAT DOES MISSOULA OFFER

About the area:

Missoula County covers approximately 2,600 square miles in the western part of the state. Five large valleys and two major rivers wind through this mountainous region. Missoula County has a population of approximately 109,000 people and the county seat is Missoula.

Outdoor Activities:

Missoula is also referred to as the "Garden City" because of its relatively mild winters as compared to other areas of the State of Montana. There are many activities to enjoy in and around the Missoula area such as hiking, horseback riding, skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing (both indoors and outdoors), snowboarding, all summer water sports, hunting, camping, and riding mountain bikes on some of the beautiful mountain trails.

Education:

In addition to exceptional schools from pre-school through high school, Missoula is home to the University of Montana. Roughly 15,000 students attend UM and Missoula College, where they receive a world-class education.

INDUSTRIAL POTENTIAL IN MISSOULA COUNTY

Missoula County contracted with Professional Consultants, Inc to assess the current industrial sites in Missoula County and the potential for growth to develop the Missoula County Industrial Lands Inventory.