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Business Improvement District Board - Downtown

A new Business Improvement District was created by Council on April 3, 2017. A new Board of Directors was appointed by the Mayor for the new District. Click here for a map outlining the new district. The old board will continue to meet until all funds from the first BID are expended.

Board meeting agendas and minutes can be viewed here.


BID Members (Previous BID) Term Ends
John Hinchey 4/30/2019
Eric Robbins 4/30/2020
Marshall Noice 4/30/2019
Jon Fetveit 4/30/2018
Lee Kozlowski 4/30/2020
Debbie Snyder 4/30/2017
Tim Price 4/30/2017
BID Members (New BID) Term Ends
Jon Fetveit 4/30/2018
Karen Sanderson 4/30/2019
Jarrod Shew 4/30/2021
Debbie Snyder 4/30/2019
Christopher Petersen 4/30/2020
Eric Robbins 4/30/2020
Jaysen Peters 4/30/2021


Resolution 4797, Ordinance 1468 - BID expiring 2017.

Resolution 5801 creating the new BID in 2017, expiring in 2027.


MCA 7-12-1102 describes the purpose of a business improvement district (BID) "to serve a public use by promoting the health, safety, prosperity, security, and general welfare of the inhabitants thereof and of the people of this state; and to be of special benefit to the property within the boundaries of the district created." The appointed Board of Directors of the BID serve as the executive body to express the policy of the BID and to direct the administrative staff that may be hired to handle the day to day functions of the BID.


The board shall be composed of seven owners of property within the district or their designated agent.


Four-year terms to be staggered.

Residency Requirements

Members must own real property within the district.

For More Information

Contact Pam Carbonari (406) 253-6923 or

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