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WELCOME TO MISSOULA NEIGHBORHOODS

Every citizen in Missoula has an opportunity to get a involved in their Neighborhood Council and make a difference right where they live. Missoulians established Neighborhood Councils to strengthen and encourage citizen participation in local government and to improve communication between citizens and City officials.

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NEWS

Missoula County Neighborhood Watch Newsletter, Volume 2Q2022

Information about your Neighborhood?

Interested in neighborhood news, meetings and events?

How do Neighborhood Councils derive their authority?

Frequently Asked Questions

Report an Issue of Concern

  • Complaints dealing with Zoning, Building, Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places, Safety & Health and Business License. Call Community Planning, Development & Innovation at 552-6630 or fill out a  Citizen Complaint Form
  • Parking Complaints, Call Police Department at 552-6300
  • Parks & Recreation, Call 721-7275 or Email
  • Report an Abandoned Vehicle

Resource Guide

  1. Welcome, Mayor Hess!

    Jordan Hess was sworn in as Missoula's 51st mayor on Sept. 14. He is committed to leading the City forward during a time of transition and challenging problems and serving as "the leader we need right now." Read on...
  2. Street trees need our help to survive hot, dry weather

    Summer heat can be hard on everyone, but did you know it can KILL trees? The next time you cool off under a leafy boulevard tree, remember that street trees need your help to survive soaring temperatures. Read on...
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Contact Us

  1. Please note that we are primarily working remotely and work Monday through Thursday.

    Email is the quickest form of communication and preferable to our team.

    Kalina Wickham
    Program Specialist ll
    Phone:  406-552-6081

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    Kelly Elam
    Program Coordinator
    Phone:  406-552-6084

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    Mailing Address 
    435 Ryman Street
    Missoula, MT 59802