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Population: 95802
Median Income: $34454
Near Airport: Missoula Int'lAirport (MSO)
Airport Description: Missoula Int'l Airport is a public use airport with 2 runways, and is serviced by Seven airlines including Allegiant, Big Sky, Atlantic Southeast, Horizon Air, Northwest, Skywest, and United.


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Missoula

Missoula County, Montana covers approximately 2,600 square miles in the western part of the state. Five large valleys and two major rivers wind through this mountainous region.

Missoula County has a population of over 100,000 people and the county seat is Missoula. With a population of around 57000, Missoula is a vibrant community with great diversity providing many opportunities for new businesses, families, and individuals seeking to experience the Montana quality of life. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, Missoula is one of the west's most sophisticated smaller cities. Industries that support Missoula include: wood products, government, medical, education, small business and tourism.

Recreational opportunities in Missoula are abundant and compliment the Montana life. Missoula is rich in cultural attractions ranging from symphony, arts, live theatre, historical museums, shops, galleries and numerous sporting activities and events. Within a couple miles of Missoula, outdoor enthusiasts can experience several recreational opportunities complimented by our four seasons in the millions of acres of wilderness and recreation area.

In addition to the county seat, Missoula county is also home to Bonner, Clinton, East Missoula, Frenchtown, Lolo, and Seeley Lake. For more information on Missoula County, please see the Missoula Chamber website or the Missoula County website at: www.co.missoula.mt.us/

For information on schools in Missoula County please see the Missoula County Schools website.