Open House for Discussion on Paved Pathway Between Bozeman and Four Corners

Gallatin County wants to improve safety along Huffine Lane and we need your support and input!

The Triangle Trails Plan identifies a Primary Commuter Pathway along Huffine Lane from Four Corners to Bozeman. Gallatin County is applying for a grant to support planning and building this paved, separated pathway along Huffine from approximately Circle F Trail to Cottonwood Road. This priority project would close a nearly three-mile gap in connectivity.

The grant is through the Montana Transportation Alternatives Program. The county’s application is due in April. The county can apply for up to $3 million to help with this project.

Gallatin County invites community input on the need, priority connections to and design of the pathway. The application also includes documenting strong community support for the project. We need your voice!

More details about the project can be found here.

 Join us for an open house on Wednesday, March 22 from 5 to 6 PM in the Community Room of the Gallatin County Courthouse (311 W. Main St. in downtown Bozeman). It will also be available on Zoom

The event will include an open house, a presentation at 5:30 PM, and time for public comments, questions and suggestions. 

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“When we were developing the Triangle Trails plan, we consistently heard from residents that the Huffine pathway was a top priority,” said Gallatin County Commissioner Jennfier Boyer. “A large portion of our county’s new development is happening in the triangle between Bozeman, Belgrade and Four Corners. We need to ensure safety and connectivity for future development in that area.”


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Wed. Mar. 22, 2023   5:30pm

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Gallatin County Courthouse
311 W. Main
Bozeman , MT 59715