Big Sky, Montana has been selected to receive wildfire planning assistance in 2022 under the national Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire program (CPAW).
On April 22 at approximately 4 p.m. a Fish, Wildlife and Parks Warden attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a reckless vehicle traveling north on Highway 191. The vehicle came to a stop near the Castle Inn, where the sole male occupant and driver fled on foot. The vehicle was later discovered to be stolen.
New community impact framework to take on pressing, complex challenges; Elevate Big Sky Launches with strong, coordinated backing
Big Sky’s four major philanthropic and tax-supported funding organizations are together creating a new community impact funding framework called Elevate Big Sky to propel community-driven initiatives and creative solutions that respond to Big Sky’s complex social and environmental challenges.
On Friday, April 15, ballots for the 2022 school and special districts election on May 3 in Gallatin County were mailed to active voters in districts that are holding elections.
Those districts include the following:
Arecord number of local high school students will stage the community’s biggest high school production yet, when they present Oklahoma! in three lively performances at Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, April 5, Wednesday, April 6, and Thursday, April 7.
After four years of diligent work, Laura Seyfang is stepping away from the Big Sky Community Housing Trust (BSCHT) and David O’Connor is stepping in to become the new executive director for the local non profit.
Atroop of kids galloped around, tried out the bouldering wall, and chased one another on padded floors at the new BASE community center on Thursday, March 3. Starting on March 13, BASE, which stands for Big Adventures Safe Environment, will open to the public in Big Sky’s town center.
Always a source for creative ideas, the Big Sky Community Housing Trust (BSCHT) is rolling out a new program called Good Deeds next week. The effort is loosely based on a successful program in Vail, Colo., which essentially protects a part of the local housing market through permanent deed restrictions by offering a cash incentive to locals.
L one Mountain Land Company (LMLC) and Kerzner International Holdings Limited are building a new “top-rated, ultra-luxury” resort through the One&Only brand in the Lee’s Pool area of Moonlight Basin.