Community

Happenings in Valley West and The Lakes

Bozeman Library Bookmobile visits Valley West Park every other Friday from 3:30 to 4:15 PM. Visit the Bookmobile website for the current schedule. At the Bookmobile, you can get a library card, check out books and movies, and pick up “hold” items.

Permanent alternate-day watering restrictions: On May 17, 2022, the Bozeman City Commission adopted permanent outdoor watering restrictions for the use of overhead spray irrigation. These restrictions are in effect June 16, 2022 on a go-forward basis, every year, regardless of season. Permitted watering days:

  • EVEN number physical addresses: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
  • ODD number physical addresses: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Watering is permitted on your allowed watering day before 10 a.m. and after 8 p.m. Exceptions apply for use of low-volume drip irrigation and hand watering with a watering can or hose for the following plant types only: trees, shrubs, perennials, flowers, and food gardens. For more information visit www.bozemanwater.com. Open spaces in Valley West and The Lakes are irrigated with well water and are not subject to these restrictions; however the HOA is conscious of water resources when irrigating our open spaces.

Let us know of any events going on in our community, and we’ll post them here. Book club? Block party? Walking group? Bridge club? Children's play group? Let your neighbors know!  Contact Us

Coming Soon in Our Area

Ongoing Development South of The Lakes: Norton Ranch 
The Norton Ranch subdivision has begun development of the northern extension of their community, between Babcock Street and Vaughn Drive. Click for schematics of Norton Ranch 
Phase 5 (to the West) and Phase 6 (to the East). In these plans, Laurel Parkway, Westgate Avenue, and the east end of Vaughn Drive (as well as the multi-use trail along Aajker Creek) continue south from The Lakes into the Norton Ranch community. Open spaces will adjoin The Lakes in many sections of Norton Ranch.

Planned Development Southwest of Babcock and Ferguson: Six Range
On the south side of Babcock Avenue, west of Ferguson Avenue and east of Hanley Avenue, The Paine Group has proposed a 183-unit development to be called Six Range. Six Range is planned to include 4-story apartment buildings with roof decks, 2-story triplexes (townhomes) facing Babcock, and a 3800-square-foot commercial building at the southwest corner of Babcock and Ferguson. As of January 2022, the developer’s application is with the City Planning Department. The Board of CT Condominiums, located south of the proposed Six Range installation, has expressed concerns about the planned development.

Planned Extension of Fowler Avenue: The city is accepting input for the planned extension of Fowler between Huffine and Oak.

Ongoing Development Northwest of Oak and Cottonwood: Northwest Crossing

Planned Grocery Store at Ferguson Farm: Town & Country Grocery Store

Also in Bozeman City Planning: Westside Recreation Center and Library Branch

Join us at the Valley West HOA
2022 ANNUAL MEETING 
Tuesday June 14, 6:00 PM, Petra Academy


© Valley West Homeowners Association. All rights reserved. Designed by Metcalfe Media. Photo credit to Krogstad Photography.