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 Vote for Cut Bank Trails in State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Program 

Cut Bank Trails has been selected as a State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Top 200 Finalist and needs your votes!

Cut Bank Trails needs your help by voting for them to receive a $25,000 grant from State Farm® to help improve their community. Starting April 27 at 12:00am ET, U.S. residents who are 18 and older with a valid email address can vote for their favorite cause at www.neighborhoodassist.com.

Cut Bank Trails has until May 6 at 11:59pm ET to rally votes and anyone voting is allowed up to 10 votes per day. On June 7, the top 100 vote-receiving causes will be announced at www.neighborhoodassist.com and a $25,000 grant will be awarded to each of the affiliated nonprofits.

With this $25,000, Cut Bank Trails would be much closer to securing funding for phase one of the largest section of the walking trail route, which will connect the town to the Sports Complex and Glacier County Museum. The Sports Complex trail is a 2.6-mile section that will connect Anna Jefferies School to the Sports Complex/Museum and loop back into town. This section will be a formal 8-foot-wide asphaltic concrete surface meeting ADA requirements. This trail will help us promote Cut Bank as a better place to live, work, and visit for generations to come. The Sports Complex trail will provide safe pedestrian and handicap access throughout town, and allows the opportunity to get out and be active locally. You can help build the trail by casting your 10 votes for Cut Bank Trails, Inc. – Sports Complex Trail each day starting April 27 – May 6th at https://www.neighborhoodassist.com/entry/2044156?tmaadmin=cx5wne6n59n58uaa. The link will also be assessable on Cut Bank Trails, Inc. Facebook page or at cutbanktrails.com. 

State Farm Neighborhood Assist is a crowd-sourced philanthropic initiative that empowers communities to identify issues in their neighborhoods The State Farm Review Committee selected the top 200 finalists from 4,000 submissions.

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Get Involved

The Cut Bank Trails 501c3 nonprofit organization is governed by a nine member Board of Directors, and several volunteer subcommittee leaders. Our organization welcomes any community members interested in helping with development and fundraising. To get involved contact us at cutbanktrails@gmail.com or find us on Facebook at Cut Bank Trails, Inc.

Meet Cut Bank

Cut Bank Montana is located along U.S. Hwy 2 approximately 50 miles from Glacier National Park. With a population of 3,000 people, Cut Bank is the Glacier County seat and is located at the eastern border of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Cut Bank was named after the gorge west of the city created by Cut Bank Creek.

Trail Heads

There are currently three completed phases of the Cut Bank Trail System. The most active phase is the Coulee Trail located south of Cut Bank along the Cut Bank Creek Coulee. There are two trail heads for this two mile rural non-paved trail.

 

-East Trail Head @ 7th Ave S & Dean Dr 

 

-West Trail Head @ Mountain View Blvd                                         & Lookout Rd