The Grant Creek neighborhood is located west along Broadway (Highway 10) to include the Canyon Creek area along Expressway, and north from West Broadway (Highway 10) up the Grant Creek Drainage.
About the Area
The Grant Creek area is unique to the greater Missoula valley. It is highly rural in nature and is split between city and county residents. It is home to a large working cattle ranch, the National Wildlife Federation nature wildlife reserve, and the headquarters of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. It is bordered to the north by national forest land and by the Rattlesnake Wilderness. It is served by only one roadway, which also provides the only access to the Snow Bowl Ski Area.
The Grant Creek neighborhood is located in Ward 2.
Parks and Recreation invites residents to help shape the future of our community's parks, recreation, trails, and open spaces. Read on...
The City's Office of Neighborhoods is teaming up with the League of Women Voters of Missoula to hold a series of in-person and livestreamed candidate forums in October. They'll run Oct. 12 through Oct. 24 and cover City Council and mayoral candidates. Additional Info...
Join us on Thursday, Sept. 14, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Missoula Children's Theater for a presentation and discussion of the City's new Equity in Land Use report. The report is a next step in our Our Missoula: Growth Policy & Code Reform project. Read on...