Why should you join the

Big Sky Chamber of Commerce?

Our Mission


Within our community, several infrastructure needs have been identified such as community housing, energy, telecommunication, transportation, and water. The Big Sky Chamber has been entrusted to be the catalyst for gathering resources to push these conversations forward such as the transportation and housing studies that have resulted in the award of a Federal TIGER Grant and the Community Housing Trust


The Power of Partnership is key to the success of Big Sky and the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce. In that spirit, we act as impartial conveners – bringing the right parties together to have the right conversations. Our bi-annual Joint County Commissioner meeting invites our county representatives from together in front of their constituents and our concerns.


The number one priority for the Chamber is to advocate for YOU – our members. We champion and a positive business climate and healthy economy. We use our resources to help with networking, qualified workforce recruitment, education/ training and at the legislative level with lobbying efforts at Chamber Days at the Capitol.

Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
TODAY - 3000+ Bozemanites joined millions participating in a "National Day of Action for Black Lives" across the country. This demonstration was sponsored by Montana State University Black Student Union, The Montana Racial Equity Project and Bozeman United for Racial Justice.
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
The patio at The Hungry Moose Market and Deli is now open daily and waiting for you Big Sky.
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Respect our place people! This is unacceptable. Our community embraces stewardship and is outraged that someone would treat it this way.
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Thank you Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport for doing such an amazing job in serving Big Sky and the greater Gallatin Valley.
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
An open letter to the community:

The tragedy that occurred in Minneapolis involving law enforcement and Mr. George Floyd is not reflective of the professionalism, values, or service provided by your law enforcement agencies here in Gallatin County or throughout the state of Montana. The events transpiring across the United States have impacted our nation deeply. We would be remiss if we did not acknowledge the larger questions and issues raised that need to be addressed on a national scale and continue at the local level.

The law enforcement agencies of Gallatin County want to assure our citizens that we are committed to serving our communities with accessibility, fairness, and transparency, consistent with our communities’ values. Each agency maintains a strong record of faithful service to our community members in accordance with national best practices, policies, and Montana law.

Collectively, we practice stringent hiring practices with thorough background checks and psychological testing. Throughout their professional careers, law enforcement officers receive rigorous training in all areas including anti-bias, anti-racial profiling, de-escalation, and crisis intervention, as well as recognizing implicit bias. Our agencies have policies in place prohibiting racial profiling as well as use-of-force policies requiring all uses of force to be reviewed at multiple levels.

We are committed to protecting the Constitutional rights of all citizens and value each member of our communities. We believe that diverse backgrounds and perspectives make us stronger as a community.

Trust is earned through our actions and we are devoted to continuing our strong relationship with our community. We will continue our commitment to serving with empathy and the highest professional standards.

Sheriff Brian Gootkin
Gallatin County

Chief EJ Clark
Belgrade Police Department

Chief Steve Crawford
Bozeman Police Department

Chief Bill Dove
Gallatin Airport Authority

Chief Kevin Gillilan
Montana State University Police Department

Chief Scott Newell
WestYellowstone PD

Captain Mark Wilfore
Montana Highway Patrol

Our Sponsors

Coulior Contributors
Double Black Diamond Members

Community Partners looking to have more impact and visibility are encouraged to become Couloir Contributor Members at $7,500.00 or Community Impact Partners at $10,000. For more information about the value of these levels, reach out to Membership Sales Director

at Membership@bigskychamber.com or 406-995-3000.

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