Incorporated in 1883, Bozeman is the fourth largest city in Montana with a 2020 population of 53,293. Located in an area once called the “Valley of the Flowers,” the city was platted in 1864 and named after John Bozeman. Bozeman was a pioneer from Pickens County, Georgia. A gateway community to Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman has become one of Montana’s fastest growing cities, doubling in population since 2000.

Looking west on East Main Street from South Black Street.

A view of Bozeman from the top of Peets Hill/Burke Park.

The Ellen Theatre first opened its doors on December 1, 1919.

The intersection of West Mendenhall Street and North Tracy Avenue.

The AC Hotel by Marriott Bozeman Downtown.

A walk down West Main Street.

Downtown’s West Main Street in 1964.

128 West Main Street

The 200 block of East Main Street.

The Bozeman City Hall at 121 North Rouse Avenue.

A view of Bozeman Creek just north of East Mendenhall Street.

The Blackmore Apartments at South Black Avenue and East Olive Street.

The Black Olive Apartments at 110 E Olive Street.