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Great Falls, MT

The name Great Falls suggests a natural, picturesque scene, yet the city's nickname is the "Electric City." Upon further exploration of this town, it is clear that Great Falls is difficult to pin down with a single identity. Only in Great Falls do scenic waterfalls on the Missouri River coexist with the world's tallest smokestack, built in 1908 and affectionately called "The Big Stack." Since before the city's incorporation in 1888, enterprising businesspeople in Great Falls have been harnessing the hydroelectric power provided by its waterfalls, earning the city a reputation as a prosperous industrial area.


Since the city's inception, Great Falls has been known as a great place for businesses to thrive. In fact, the main reason it was founded was to put the hydroelectric power given off by the waterfalls to good use, which accounts for its five dams. Today, there are a number of large companies in Great Falls. Some of the employers with the largest economic influence in Great Falls are the 341st Missile Wing and the Malmstrom Air Force Base, which together employ roughly 5,000 people. Other large companies with headquarters in Great Falls include Davidson Trust Co., Benefis Healthcare and Prairie Mountain Bank.


The city of Great Falls accommodates a mostly urban population of over 58,000. Neighborhoods and districts of Great Falls accommodate around 25,000 houses, out of which more than 23,500 are occupied. Of the occupied houses, more than half are owner-occupied while renters occupy the rest. The median home price in Great Falls is slightly lower than the statewide median.

The walkability of Great Falls is good. Most of the places like grocery stores, restaurants and schools are within a mile's distance from the center of the city.

Historic Great Falls Downtown offers shopping, dining, culture, and arts. Downtown's Main Street is home to many events and festivals, including a farmers market. The Riverside Railyard Skate Park, Historic Trolley Tour, Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, and Children's Museum of Montana are among the area's greatest attractions.

Great Falls comprises a multitude of neighborhoods that are overseen by nine active Neighborhood Councils. Popular residential areas include:



Great Falls residents can enjoy the great outdoors while watching some of the following local sports:


Great Falls is sometimes referred to as the Western Art Capital of the World and is home to several prestigious museums and a large performing arts center.


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