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Missoula, MT

Missoula, MT

Missoula, MT

Reasons you’ll love moving to Missoula, MT - County Seat of Missoula County
Located in the valley of five mountain ranges and near two rivers, The Bitterroot River and the Clark Fork River, Missoula is home to almost 67,000 Missoulians. If you’re seeking great schools, good business opportunities, and beautiful scenery, you’ll love what Missoula has to offer!

Missoula Climate
Weather is divine in Missoula. Average temperatures for the year are around 55 degrees Fahrenheit, with winter temperatures in the 20s and 30s and summer temperatures in the high 70s and 80s and dry. Average precipitation runs at approximately 43 inches for the year with 27 inches of snowfall so bring your snowmobile and skis. With rain and snow spread evenly throughout the year, you will not tire of it quickly. The snow falls mainly in January and February with about 7.5-8 inches each month.

Getting an Education in Missoula
Missoula’s schools are coordinated by the Missoula County Public School District 1 and include nine elementary schools, three Middle Schools and five High Schools. Many private schools are also available in the area.

For higher level education, Missoula offers its residents the University of Montana where you can obtain your bachelor’s, masters or doctorate degree. The university ranks 17th in the nation and fifth among public universities. The campus includes restaurants, banking, postal services, and a great transportation service.

Shopping Time in Missoula
Start your shopping day at the Southgate Mall. Southgate is anchored by Dillard’s, Herberger’s, JC Penney’s and Sears. Other  shopper favorites include Bath & Body Works, Coldwater Creek, Eddie Bauer, Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory, and Victoria’s Secret. Another great hotspot for some great shopping is Trail Head, located on Front Street, offers Montana Western and outdoor products. Before heading home, be sure to stop by the Farmer’s Market and pick up some locally grown produce, flowers, fruits, baked good and bedding plants. They are open May through October on North Higgins Avenue.

Missoula’s Best Restaurants
Highly loved by most is the Silk Road, where you will find a wonderful wine list, great tapas of a variety of foods, and a spice market. If you have a taste for some pizza, try out Biga Pizza on Main Street. They also cook up antipasto and prepare fresh salads. Hob Nob on Higgins is a cozy breakfast or brunch place! They serve sourdough pancakes that are thin and larger than your plate! A hot cup of coffee makes the experience even better. Lastly, you must try out Red Bird in the downtown area. The fondue is delicious and the atmosphere divine. They also have a Red Bird Wine bar, fine dining, and delicious desserts.     

Helpful Links for Moving to Missoula, Montana
City of Missoula
Missoula Chamber of Commerce
Voter Registration
Missoula DMV
Missoula Post Office

The service center for Missoula, MT is located in Billings, MT.

Information about Missoula, MT

Est. Population: 68876
County: Missoula
Latitude: 46.8667
Longitude: -113.9833
Zip Codes: 59801