A Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Project

Glasgow, 1 of 8 communities selected to attend the BACI Action Institute for a second year, a 3-day training and networking opportunity for Montana cities or counties interested in making their communities safer, healthier and more accessible for walking and bicycling. Two Rivers, The City of Glasgow, Glasgow Public Schools, Valley County Health Dept. and Valley County Mental Center, National, state and local experts will present pertinent information that will help community teams improve: multi-sector collaboration; communication and messaging skills; community built environment assessment and action planning skills. The ultimate goal is to give communities the tools and technical assistance to develop policies, plans, and projects that support  safer, connected and walk-able communities.

Valley County Business Incentives

Focused on recruiting new business into the area as well as supporting existing business with ongoing needs

The Business Incentives Committee is working to address business needs by offering useful incentives like start-up money, training opportunities, signage, building location options & advertising in efforts to break barriers to success for business owners/operators and budding entrepreneurs.

Glasgow Downtown Association

Working to encourage existing downtown business/building owners to make necessary upgrades and create a city center that reflects the culture and community pride of all who visit or call Glasgow “home.”

Our Mission is to foster development, revitalization and beautification of historic downtown Glasgow; thereby improving the economy and creating aesthetic appeal for locals and visitors alike.

Valley County Beautification

Two Rivers is dedicated to helping beautification efforts throughout Valley County

Two Rivers has assembled a group of passionate people to help revitalize the downtown and surrounding areas. With the grants that have been awarded to us we will help the beautification of Glasgow and Valley County as a whole, matching funds for store front beautification and local cleanup efforts. 

Valley County Cleanup Day Event

Valley County communities are encouraged to clean up a public space or personal property on April 22!

Help join the movement! Here are some simple ways to get involved on Earth Day and every day

*Help to lower your impact on the earth by carrying reusable lunch sacks and grocery bags.

*Use easily compost-able items.

*Recycling-There are plenty of benefits when it comes to recycling. These benefits are good for everyone, even animals and the environment. Recycling creates jobs so that grown-ups can make money for their families. It also makes the streets cleaner by reducing the amount of litter. Garbage is usually dumped into landfills. These are big plots of land where garbage is dumped over and over again. Excess garbage causes pollution in the air and water. It also uses a lot of energy. Reducing the amount of garbage that goes into the landfills, reducing pollution, and saving energy are all benefits. Recycling also saves animals too. Did you know that birds can get trapped in plastic? This can hurt them badly. Saving animals from getting hurt by human trash is another major benefit of recycling.

Small Business Saturday

Show Love, Shop Small!

Community members are encouraged to support Small Businesses by coming out and shopping locally this holiday season. This is a nationwide movement focused on supporting local shops instead of online and franchise stores. Glasgow is an official Small Business Saturday affiliate and neighbors around the county are vowing to shop small on November 26th. Visit smallbusinesssaturday.com to register your business for free! Glasgow's Christmas Stroll and Light Parade also kicks off downtown on November 26th at Noon. Events include: Appearances by Santa, FREE kids movie, door buster sales, treats, Parade of lights & more!

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