Parking Problems in Bozeman: What Are Possible Solutions
|February 9, 2024
|F from 12 N to 1:30 PM
Parking availability and management affect downtown homeowners, businesses and visitors alike. Paul Reichert, executive director of the Prospera Business Network and a city parking advisory committee member, and Ellie Staley, director of the Downtown Bozeman Association, will discuss the issues and strategies to address problems. An additional panelist may be announced at the event.
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Friday Forum offers presentations and lively discussions on local and regional timely topics. Friday Forum is free and open to the public.
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Paul ReichertPaul Reichert has over 25 years of nonprofit and community development experience. He served as executive director for both the Helena and Bozeman Downtown Business Districts and as the agency director for the Montana Heritage Commission. His accomplishments in downtown redevelopment, project funding and various local economic development efforts give him the background to assist the business clients, entrepreneurs and local governments that Prospera serves in our part of Montana.
Ellie StaleyEllie Staley has been the executive director of the Downtown Bozeman Association for three years. Before that, she served as the assistant director since 2006. She moved to Bozeman in 2000 after earning a bachelor's in biology and environmental science at the University of Nebraska. She has over 20 years of event coordinating, sales and management experience at several established local businesses in addition to her work managing the membership, events and marketing for the Downtown Bozeman Association.