The newly formed Lockwood Pedestrian Safety District Advisory Board has identified priority sidewalk and lighting projects to make the community safer.
The Code Enforcement Division of the Planning and Community Services Department reminds all city residents and businesses that sidewalks must be cleared of snow within 24 hours after a snowfall and snow cannot be pushed onto public streets.
Lockwood resident Judy Stewart, left, and Laura Holmlund of Riverstone Health hold signs memorializing two children killed on Lockwood streets during a rally in support of sidewalks in the community Saturday.
A group gathered at the intersection of Old Hardin Road and Becraft Lane in Lockwood to rally for support of sidewalks in Lockwood on Saturday.
The face of an election campaign launched recently by Lockwood residents to improve pedestrian safety in the community is Dustin Patrick Freese.
Larry Jones, 73, has lived on Lewis Avenue in Billings since 1977 and has never had so much as a parking ticket.
Lockwood voters will get a chance to create a special taxing district for pedestrian safety improvements in a special election to be held next year.
Sidewalks, street lights and other pedestrian safety improvements for Lockwood took a step forward this week with the Yellowstone County commissioners setting a public hearing on the issue.
Lockwood residents will get a chance to tell county officials whether they want sidewalks and streetlights to improve public safety during a public meeting Tuesday.
Lori Anderson was not happy when she learned that some or all of her five boulevard trees might have to come down.
Take a driving tour of Lockwood with Don Reed and he’ll talk about the potential -- and problems -- of Yellowstone County’s largest unincorporated community.
Lockwood community leaders and Yellowstone County officials asked a state Senate committee on Monday to support a bill that would allow the county to create a special taxing district for sidewalks and trails to help make the community safer.
Lockwood residents and Yellowstone County commissioners came together Tuesday to consider ways to make the community’s roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
Sidewalk installation along Gene Sarazen Drive in the Yellowstone Country Club neighborhood has angered some residents who wonder why it's being constructed and why they weren't told.
A team members starts the Sneakers, Spokes and Spark Plugs Challenge course on May 15 in downtown Billings. The event sponsored by the Northern Plains Resource Council demonstrates that bike and foot travel can be as fast as driving.
In a community health survey in 2005, 26.3 percent of Yellowstone County adults reported zero leisure-time physical activity in the month before the survey. Statewide, only 18.8 percent of Montanans were in the zero activity category.