Great Falls, Montana is the third largest city in the whole state! The beautiful city is named for the series of five waterfalls that are located along the upper Missouri River Basin. The city of Great Falls has an interesting history, as the land is the land that the famous explorers Lewis and Clark embarked upon hundreds of years ago. The land was first inhabited by Native Americans from various tribes, and wasn’t founded and built upon until 1883. Great Falls is a small town, nice and quiet to raise a family. With just 20 public schools, there aren’t such overcrowding issues like many of the country’s public schools. Exploring Great Falls, you will notice that there are several museums and parks related to the expeditions of those from hundreds of years ago, the history runs rich in this town! Great Falls is a great place to explore and enjoy the outdoor life that Montana is known for providing, you won’t be bored here.
The weather in Great Falls is beautiful, with average temperatures in July around 85 degrees, and winters that bring some snow. Although you will experience a good amount of snowfall in the winter, the winter’s here aren’t blisteringly cold.
Jonathan started working at Northwest Pipe in 1988 while in high School. He graduated from college in 1995 from MSU-Bozeman and returned to NW Pipe fulltime in the waterworks industry in Great Falls. In 2008, Jonathan became branch manager and now oversees the general operations of the Great Falls location.