Living in Bozeman
What Attracts People to Bozeman?
Pristine air, a mild climate, beautiful rivers, easy routes to national forest land, and an extensive community trail system make living in Bozeman an exceptional choice for the leisurely recreationalist, the extreme outdoor enthusiast, and everyone in between.
Residents of the Gallatin Valley also appreciate shopping, beautiful parks, world-class museums, and other diverse arts and cultural opportunities. Bozeman boasts an extraordinary standard of living including year-round recreational and cultural events and enhanced by the unmatched Bobcat spirit of the Montana State University student body.
Small town ambiance combined with big city amenities – this is the charm and allure of Bozeman, Montana.
Why Living in Bozeman is So Desirable
- Bozeman ranked No. 3 on Livability’s Top 10 Winter Cities
- Bozeman ranked one of the World’s 25 Best Ski Towns by National Geographic
- Bozeman High School named in Newsweek Magazine’s list of America’s Best High Schools
- Bloomberg Businessweek listed Bozeman as one of the “The Best Places to Raise your Kids 2012”
- 2009 Backpacker Magazine votes Bozeman one of the best places to raise an outdoor kid
- Bozeman was the top U.S. finisher in Powder Magazines “Ski Town Throwdown” in 2012
- 35% of the population have completed a Bachelors Degree and 16.63% have completed a Graduate Degree