Session Category Archives: Community Meeting

FVCC – Glacier Gateway Public meeting

This is an opportunity for those who live in the greater Flathead Valley to participate and contribute to the discussion.

“The Glacier Park Gateway Project is a process to create a community vision
on how to maintain the unique and historic role that West Glacier has always
played with residents, businesses and the visitors to Glacier National Park.
The two public meetings will explore “sustainable tourism, alternative
transportation, wildfire safety planning and maintaining connective wildlife
corridors”.
Monica Jungster, Owner of Montana House and
Gateway Planning Committee member.

 

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Apgar – Glacier Gateway Public meeting

“The Glacier Park Gateway Project is a process to create a community vision
on how to maintain the unique and historic role that West Glacier has always
played with residents, businesses and the visitors to Glacier National Park.
The two public meetings will explore “sustainable tourism, alternative
transportation, wildfire safety planning and maintaining connective wildlife
corridors”.
Monica Jungster, Owner of Montana House and
Gateway Planning Committee member.

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Wildfire Information Meeting

Wildfire Information Meeting for the West Glacier Community – Evacuation and Neighborhood Readiness

The Montana House in Apgar Village is hosting a wildfire information meeting for the West Glacier community on Thursday, June 6 starting at 6:30pm. It will take place in the event room upstairs in the Montana House. Topics to be covered include: personal readiness, neighborhood readiness, forest types and health, fire season expectations,climate change, fire history, evacuation communication and procedures. Staff presentations and/or participating agencies include: Montana DNRC, Glacier National Park, US Forest Service, Flathead County Emergency Services and Coram-West Glacier Volunteer Fire Department. Questions and discussion points from the audience will follow the presentations.

The meeting is open to the local community and the general public. Seating is limited. RSVP is suggested if you plan on attending by phoning 406-888-5393 or email: 1960mthouse@qwestoffice.net

Please join our fellow community members for refreshments, coffee, and good conversation!

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