Living in Montana
Welcome to Missoula
Missoula is a vibrant community that provides many opportunities for families and individuals seeking to experience the Montana quality of life. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, Missoula is an outdoor person’s paradise. Missoula offers you the chance to live and work in a city environment while being surrounded by natural landscapes. Summer festivals, fall harvests, and a wonderland of winter activities, will keep you and your family engaged all year long. With fishing, hunting, hiking, golfing, and camping so close by, you won’t have to travel far to feel like you’re on vacation.
Missoula is rich in arts and entertainment. Ranked as one of the top 100 Best Small Art towns in America, Missoula is Montana’s most culturally diverse community.
Missoula is home to the University of Montana which was founded in 1893. The University is a major source of research, continuing education, economic development, and fine arts entertainment in Missoula. The University of Montana Grizzly sports teams enjoy some of the most dedicated fans in the country.
For additional information about living in Missoula, visit these web sites:
Welcome to Polson
Polson, Montana is a quaint lakeside community that provides countless opportunities for people seeking the quality of life that is only found in Montana. Located on the south shore of Flathead Lake and bordered by the snow-capped peaks of the Mission Range of the northern Rocky Mountains, Polson is an outdoor adventurists paradise. Surrounded by natural landscapes, the Flathead River runs through Polson offering whitewater rafting and the Mission Valley is home to abundant wildlife including antelope, deer, herds of bison and elk. From boating on Flathead Lake and afternoons at the Polson Golf Course to nearby world class ski resorts and Glacier National Park, there are numerous year-round activities for your next adventure.
Visit the Chamber of Commerce to learn more about living in Polson, Montana: