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Bozeman, Montana prides itself in offering small town atomosphere with big city amenities to residents and visitors alike. Nestled in the Gallatin Valley, encompassed by the majestic Rocky Mountains, Bozeman is considered to be the prime spot of Montana. The city sits in a high mountain valley at an elevation of 4,795 feet and is surrounded on three sides by the Bridger, Gallatin and Tobacco Root mountains. Home of Montana State University, Bozeman is a community of friendly people, and a center for recreation throughout the year. Agriculture continues to be the number one industry for our area, and wheat and barley fields dot the landscape.

Bozeman was established in 1863, in Gallatin County which is 2,517 square miles in size. To put this in perspective, Gallatin County is larger than the states of Rhode Island or Delaware. Much of the county is fertile farm fields, and over 40% is managed by the U.S. Forest Service which provides excellent recreational use.

Outside Magazine has rated Bozeman on of the 15 best sport cities in the U.S. The community received this recognition because of outstanding opportunities for fly fishing, downhill skiing, hunting, hiking, camping, climbing, canoeing and kayaking. Bozeman is an angler's paradise with several outstanding streams and rivers within an hour's drive.

The mountains offer an escape from "city life," and with a short drive, you will find yourself in a whole new world. Camping, hiking, fishing, and biking are common weekend activites, with families and individuals taking advantage of our close proximity to the mountains and camping areas. In the Spring and Summer, wildflowers accentuate the beautiful landscape along numerous trails, and these same areas offer miles of cross country skiing in the winter.


Bozeman Zip Code Latitude Longitude

59715 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6752 -111.067
59717 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6604 -111.0625
59718 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6482 -111.2037
59719 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6792 -111.0378
59771 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6794 -111.1469
59772 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.663 -111.115
59773 BOZEMAN MT 406 GALLATIN 45.6712 -111.0805


Bozeman Montana Statistics and Demographics
(US Census 2000)
NumberPercent
Bozeman Population:27509100.00%
   
Sex and Age  
Male1448152.64%
Female1302847.36%
   
Under 5 years13664.97%
5 to 9 years11204.07%
10 to 14 years11854.31%
15 to 19 years318411.57%
20 to 24 years662124.07%
25 to 34 years470117.09%
35 to 44 years316811.52%
45 to 54 years278110.11%
55 to 59 years7202.62%
60 to 64 years4631.68%
65 to 74 years8853.22%
75 to 84 years9133.32%
85 years and over4021.46%
   
Median age (years)25.4
   
18 years and over2310283.98%
Male1223644.48%
Female1086639.5%
21 years and over1894168.85%
62 years and over24678.97%
65 years and over22008%
Male8012.91%
Female13995.09%
   
Race  
One race2710498.53%
White2605894.73%
Black or African American920.33%
American Indian and Alaska Native3421.24%
Asian4451.62%
Asian indian440.16%
Chinese1280.47%
Filipino270.1%
Japanese910.33%
Korean940.34%
Vietnamese70.03%
Other Asian540.2%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander180.07%
Native Hawaiian110.04%
Guamanian or Chamorro20.01%
Samoan30.01%
Other Pacific Islander20.01%
Some other race1490.54%
Two or more races4053.0 %
   
Hispanic or Latino and race  
Total Population27509100.00%
Hispanic or Latino(of any race)4381.59%
Mexican2110.77%
Puerto Rican460.17%
Cuban90.03%
Other Hispanic or Latino1720.63%
Not Hispanic or Latino2707198.41%
White alone2581793.85%
   
Relationship  
Total Population27509100.00%
In households2460889.45%
Householder1087739.54%
Spouse391414.23%
Child484817.62%
Own child under 18 years421015.3%
Other relatives5031.83%
Under 18 years950.35%
Nonrelatives446616.23%
Unmarried partner7042.56%
In group quarters29013.6 %
Instituntionalized population3041.11%
Noninstitutionalized population25979.44%
   
Households by Type  
Total Households10877100.0 %
Family households (families)501946.14%
With own children under 18 years242322.28%
Married-couple family391435.98%
With own children under 18 years174816.07%
Female householder, no husband present7897.25%
With own children under 18 years5434.99%
NonFamily households585836.8 %
Householder living alone330730.4%
Householder 65 years and over7296.7%
   
Households with individuals under 18 years252323.2%
Households with individuals 65 years and over145513.38%
   
Average Household size2.26
Average family size2.85
   
Housing Occupancy  
Total housing units11577100.00%
Occupied housing units1087793.95%
Vacant housing units7006.05%
For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use1000.86%
Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)2.1
Rental vacancy rate (percent)4.9
   
Housing Tenure  
Occupied housing units10877100.00%
Owner-occupied housing units.466342.87%
Renter-occupied housing units.621457.13%
   
Average household size of owner-occupied units2.43
Average household size of renter-occupied units2.13

Based on 2000 US Census data. For more information on population visit
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