Support a West Side Linear Trail
Did you know? The City of Bozeman wants to connect Fowler Avenue with Davis Street through pristine areas filled with old-growth trees and wildlife. This road could be as large as 5 lanes that will destroy quiet neighborhoods, decimate natural habitats, and tank property values.
Instead of a noisy, dangerous road, let's use this land to connect the Regional Park with Bozeman Ponds and beyond with a west side version of the Gallagator- an outstanding connector with limited vehicle intrusion.
The west side Gallagator could connect us to existing grocery stores, restaurants, and the post office. It could also be the framework from which other important destinations can be planned for in the future, such as a designated space for a farmer's market. Residents of the west side won't need to always drive to the east side for these amenities- they can walk or bike along our beautiful Fowler Trail!
In short, let's make a commitment to walkability and livability for ALL of us and set a precedent that the people of Bozeman are willing to stand up for what's right and good for people, the animals, and the climate. Let's have a better vision for growth.
You can help by:
- Signing this petition
- Attending the Transportation Board Meeting on Wednesday, July 27, 6 pm at the City Hall Building: 121 N Rouse Ave (we need a lot of people to let them know this is important to many residents!)
- Attending the City Commission Meeting on Tuesday, August 2nd, 6 pm at the City Hall Building: 121 N Rouse Ave