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Billings Montana Guide
Here’s some information about Billings from the Billings Chamber Of Commerce. As you can see, Billings is a great place to relocate. It has all the big city amenities without the big city headaches.Ask residents about what they love about the city of Billings and you’ll more than likely get a plethora of responses that in some way all relate to the goodness of the people in the community. Billings is Montana’s Trailhead. Whether you choose Billings because of its resilient economy, education and medical opportunities, low crime rate, strong housing market, or the history and wonderful leisure ventures, you’ll find the people who do business here, raise their families here, retire here, and/or play here – genuinely enjoy the community in which they live. The Billings area has evolved into a center of commerce with a great small town feel. It’s large enough to experience the community at your own pace, but small enough to still run into friends at the grocery store. In Billings, business is booming, people are enjoying life and the scenery is as original as the people. Billings is a regional hub of commerce for an area that stretches in excess of 125,000 square miles. The city is a destination for consumers because it provides goods and services to a vast region. Billings is energized. It embraces its history, but looks forward to the future. Agriculture plays a vital role in the Billings economy. The Western Sugar Cooperative Plant processes a multi-million dollar crop of sugar beets every year. Sugar beet farmers from all across the area, deliver their sugar beets to the WS Coop plant. You can always tell when it is fall because the sweet smell of sugar-making sweeps across the city with every cool breeze. Agriculture is Montana’s number one industry and Billings plays a major role in maintaining that statistic. Livestock auctions, agriculture supply stores, and well maintained roads help support farmers and ranchers in a large radius of the region. Energy also plays a vital role in the local, state and regional economies. A wealth of long-term energy resources has resulted in utility rates that are among some of the lowest in the nation. Three oil refineries make Billings and Yellowstone County the oil-refining capital of the northern Rockies. Exxon-Mobil and Conoco-Phillips operate refineries in the Billings area, while Cenex-Harvest States runs an operation 20 miles west in Laurel. Coal is a rich natural resource and water is plentiful and of excellent quality. In addition to its role as a trade, service and energy mecca, the educational and medical communities provide tremendous options and opportunities for residents and people in outlying communities. Quality education can be found at all levels of curriculum. From pre-school diplomas to doctorates, Billings offers a full spectrum of top quality educational opportunities. The Billings Public School System is the largest in the state and boasts some of the most qualified educators in the nation. Montana State University Billings, Rocky Mountain College, University of Mary and the newly expanded MSU Billings College of Technology all offer innovative and competitive degree programs that draw students from across the region. The city’s medical corridor provides the most advanced healthcare services in a four-state area, including Wyoming and the Dakotas. Two fully equipped and modern hospitals, St. Vincent Health Care and the Billings Clinic, offer care from a staff of doctors and healthcare specialists who have received national attention for their medical achievements. There are also 40 medical clinics, some that focus on homeopathic care. Hundreds of physicians offer quality care in every major medical specialty. A complete range of medical services, surgical services, and emergency care are available in the heart of the city. Learn about culture and entertainment, area events, parks and outdoor recreation, points of interest and more at For more information about Billings, area events, recreation, businesses, entertainment venues, and the people who live here, visit: VisitBillings.com.