Support Locally Owned Small Businesses Shopping small this holiday season is not only a boon for small businesses but also a smart choice for consumers. According to data from QuickBooks, consumer spending is projected to reach a staggering $125 million, … Continued

The Billings Chamber is thrilled to announce the fourth annual Ag Celebration Week, taking place from January 22-26 and proudly presented by Yellowstone Valley Electric Cooperative. This event aims to acknowledge the diverse impacts that agriculture makes on our everyday … Continued

DOGS AND DISC GOLF AT NORTH PARK Despite the results of this year’s bond election, progress toward better Billings Parks continues. You can help, and your dog will thank you. In front of Council tonight is an update to the … Continued

NO “DECEMBER TO REMEMBER” SHOPPING FOR THE CITY On the Work Session agenda tonight is the City’s Equipment Replacement Plan (ERP), established in 2000 to plan for and schedule the replacement of all city equipment that has a useful life … Continued

TUNE IN FOR TONIGHT’S ELECTION COVERAGE! More elections? Yep! City Council is required to elect a Deputy Mayor, which is a position currently held by Councilman Mike Boyett. As outlined by the City’s Charter—essentially, our constitution—Council must hold a nomination … Continued

WHAT’S A C – I – P ? If you don’t already know, CIP might conjure thoughts about the C – I – A and secret documents blacked out. On the other hand, it may remind you of Bart’s very … Continued

Billings Chamber Hosts Roundtable Discussions On October 20, 2023 the Billings Chamber of Commerce convened local business leaders together for a roundtable discussion with Senator Jon Tester as he visited Montana’s Trailhead. Discussion was held with members of the Billings … Continued