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Better decisions are made when the community provides input. Be Heard Belgrade is an easy way to share ideas, provide feedback on projects, and discuss important topics that shape our community. By participating on this website, you can actively contribute and inform decision making.

This online platform offers a variety of interactive tools, including discussion forums, polls, surveys and crowdsource mapping. Use Be Heard Belgrade to contribute your ideas and ask questions about current projects. We will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have your say on new and existing projects.

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Better decisions are made when the community provides input. Be Heard Belgrade is an easy way to share ideas, provide feedback on projects, and discuss important topics that shape our community. By participating on this website, you can actively contribute and inform decision making.

This online platform offers a variety of interactive tools, including discussion forums, polls, surveys and crowdsource mapping. Use Be Heard Belgrade to contribute your ideas and ask questions about current projects. We will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have your say on new and existing projects.

Registration is free and it's easy to join. We invite you to register here and get involved!

You can also follow us on Facebook.





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    Because I cannot find a link for comment submission, I am using this space. As Jason may remember, I worked with the Four Corners Zoning for some years to no avail because Belgrade would not accept the proposed northern boundary of Cameron Bridge. As near as I can remember, the Planning Board had no objection to the proposed zoning itself, but wanted to enlarge the area covered in a uniform way. That failed, and the area between Hulbert and Cameron, where I live, remains unzoned. We had complete buy-in for our zoning plan up to Cameron, and there have only been two challenges since the zoning went into effect, both of which were decided in favor of the zoning. When the Triangle Plan was announced, I messaged the County Commissioners to suggest now was the time to extend the Four Corners Zoning to the originally intended Cameron Bridge Road. No response, of course. I still believe that this no-cost option is a viable alternative. The Four Corners Zoning was fitted to the Southwest Quadrant, and I have no idea how it would fit with the other quadrants, but it would certainly be an effective way to bring already accepted zoning to the Southwest Quadrant. Remember, the later initiative failed because it tried to do too much with a one-size-fits-all approach when the respective quadrants were and are vastly different.

    memahl asked 5 months ago

    From Jason Karp, Planning Director: I recall the discussions on the topic. Hulbert Road is the southern the boundary of the Belgrade City-County Planning Jurisdiction. I think it was thought at the time that it would make sense for the County Planning Department enforced Four Corner Zoning District to stop at the Belgrade Planning Jurisdiction line-and that’s what happened. We have had a lot of discussion with the County Planning staff and the Gallatin County Commissioners about creating one zoning District for 4-Corners, Extra Territorial Belgrade, and the Bozeman donut. That could happen, and it would be more efficient in the long run if we all shared one regulation. I don’t know if we can do that or not. For sure the zoning districts will be designed to be compatible so we’re using the same terminology, land use designations, and the same processes for things like amendments, conditional use permits, and enforcement.

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    Hello! What an amazing tool for community voice and engagement! I'm teaching local government this fall in 3rd grade at Heck Quaw Elementary School. Is it possible that Nicole or Nora could give us a zoom call and debrief about the importance of community engagement in the public decision making process? :) -Kaitlin Cuskey

    kcuskey asked 6 months ago

    Hi Kaitlin! I'd be happy to speak to the students. Please send me an email directly and we can coordinate: norabland@cushingterrell.com