BOZEMAN, Mont. - This summer Bozeman will start work on installing more than 6,000 square feet of sidewalk.
On the south side of town they'll be adding ramps at corners to make sure they are ADA compliant. The focus in the northside will be on sidewalk repairs.
The city will install a sidewalk where there is none along Bronken Park on South Cottonwood Road.
On Oak Street the city plans for a widening on the sidewalk from Seventh Avenue to Fifth Avenue. City engineers say it's an effort to keep things safe for people and avoid trip hazards.
We're told the city has a budget of $280,000. The city should have an exact figure on Wednesday when they open bids from contractors. Work could start as early as July.