Missoula Redevelopment Agency Funding Priorities

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Help the Missoula Redevelopment Agency (MRA) use Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to invest in projects that benefit the community. As we continue to move forward setting priorities for our Urban Renewal Districts, we are interested in your feedback. Check out the "What is Tax Increment Financing?" graphic, visit the maps page to find our Districts, and peruse the Master Projects list to see what types of projects MRA has assisted in the past. Then read on and take the survey below by April 16, 2022.

The Missoula Redevelopment Agency (MRA) is committed to providing consistent, accessible, and understandable information to everyone in our community. We're starting by hearing from residents about their priorities for the neighborhoods in their Urban Renewal Districts (URD). We also want to make clear how our public investments benefit Missoula.

Please keep in mind that the money to fund public projects comes from private investment that grows the tax base. These public/private partnerships between the City and private developers build the resources to undertake projects that benefit the community like permanently affordable housing, parks and trails, infrastructure, and social services. However, even with public/private partnerships, we do prioritize types of projects based on overall City and community goals. The purpose of this site is to gain additional community input as we review these priorities.

The MRA recognizes that we must continue to, and additionally prioritize, the Missoula community values of equity, sustainability, and overall quality of life for each of our projects.

Clear community priorities on types of projects will help the MRA:

  • Identify and help fund projects within districts that mean the most to the community
  • Communicate why projects are chosen and how they benefit the public
  • Set specific goals for the future based on your input
  • Measure and communicate progress towards achieving those goals

We realize that community engagement is a complicated and ongoing process, and we are committed to finding new and better ways to involve the public in our planning. We appreciate your time and thoughtful consideration. Please share this link with a friend so that we may hear from as many Missoulians as possible.

MRA Board meetings are open to all and you are welcome to come to our next meeting. You can find information on how to join here: http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/86/Missoula-Redevelopment-Agency You can also send us feedback to mra@ci.missoula.mt.us.

Help MRA prioritize the types of projects we fund by filling out the survey below. You can also leave us a general comment after the survey. Thank you!


Help the Missoula Redevelopment Agency (MRA) use Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to invest in projects that benefit the community. As we continue to move forward setting priorities for our Urban Renewal Districts, we are interested in your feedback. Check out the "What is Tax Increment Financing?" graphic, visit the maps page to find our Districts, and peruse the Master Projects list to see what types of projects MRA has assisted in the past. Then read on and take the survey below by April 16, 2022.

The Missoula Redevelopment Agency (MRA) is committed to providing consistent, accessible, and understandable information to everyone in our community. We're starting by hearing from residents about their priorities for the neighborhoods in their Urban Renewal Districts (URD). We also want to make clear how our public investments benefit Missoula.

Please keep in mind that the money to fund public projects comes from private investment that grows the tax base. These public/private partnerships between the City and private developers build the resources to undertake projects that benefit the community like permanently affordable housing, parks and trails, infrastructure, and social services. However, even with public/private partnerships, we do prioritize types of projects based on overall City and community goals. The purpose of this site is to gain additional community input as we review these priorities.

The MRA recognizes that we must continue to, and additionally prioritize, the Missoula community values of equity, sustainability, and overall quality of life for each of our projects.

Clear community priorities on types of projects will help the MRA:

  • Identify and help fund projects within districts that mean the most to the community
  • Communicate why projects are chosen and how they benefit the public
  • Set specific goals for the future based on your input
  • Measure and communicate progress towards achieving those goals

We realize that community engagement is a complicated and ongoing process, and we are committed to finding new and better ways to involve the public in our planning. We appreciate your time and thoughtful consideration. Please share this link with a friend so that we may hear from as many Missoulians as possible.

MRA Board meetings are open to all and you are welcome to come to our next meeting. You can find information on how to join here: http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/86/Missoula-Redevelopment-Agency You can also send us feedback to mra@ci.missoula.mt.us.

Help MRA prioritize the types of projects we fund by filling out the survey below. You can also leave us a general comment after the survey. Thank you!


Page last updated: 18 Apr 2022, 05:39 AM