Flood Resources 2018 Click here to review the Park County Hazard Mitigation Plan
2018 Flood Damage Assessments & Assistance Information
The State of Montana is seeking a Federal Disaster Declaration for flood impacts. In order to receive federal financial assistance, we must demonstrate enough damage in Park County to qualify. Please fill out the Individual Homeowner and/or Business Damage Assessment forms and return to Greg Coleman, Park County Emergency Manager as soon as possible.
Filling out the assessment does not guarantee you will receive assistance. It is first step in determining if there will be flood assistance for Park County residents. Should we qualify for FEMA assistance, there will be another application and process to follow. See also the Montana Guide to Flood Assistance Programs for additional flood assistance options. If you have any questions, please contact Greg Coleman at
Most requested Services
Park County Initiatives
Board Agendas and Minutes
County Commission Meetings
9:00 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday
414 E. Callender Street
Email Emily Post to reserve a conference room.
LIVINGSTON & PARK COUNTY RESIDENTS
STAY INFORMED WITH NIXLE:
- Important Community Messages
Click Here to sign-up and receive REAL TIME Emergency Alerts via Text, Voicemail and/or Email.
Park County, Montana responsibly provides quality public services and education for the health, safety, and prosperity of all community members, businesses, and guests while supporting our exceptional natural and historic assets.
Park County is Hiring!
A PAG grant to the Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston, Montana, supported the rehousing of 19th- and 20th-century photographs, scrapbooks, business ledgers, and artwork from homesteaders, ranchers, and railroad workers in temperature- and humidity-controlled storage facilities to protect these fragile records of the early history of southern Montana.
Time to File if You Want to Run for a Park County Elected Seat!
Fleshman Creek Urban Restoration Project: THEN and NOW
The purpose of the project was to restore and enhance a two-mile reach of Fleshman Creek.
Please enjoy the reports produced by six of East Side School’s 5th grade students – Morgan Sites, Tess Goosey, Ivy Everson, Cora Clayton, Analeece and Quinci Wood. They provide both historical and scientific information about Fleshman Creek and reiterate why this waterway is an important community, recreational and habitat resource.
Emergency Services Mill Levy: Park County Voters to Choose Level of Service
What will your choice will mean?
Learn more here!
New WildFire Preparedness Guide Avail!
New Format - FY18 Final Budget Document Available for Review!
This budget presents revenues and expenditures in a way that is more transparent and connected to how we operate and provide services. Take a look to better understand your local government.
Property Tax Frequently Asked Questions Answered!
Mill Creek Water District Meeting 4:00 p.m. April 25, 2018 Arrowhead School
1. Review of the previous meeting’s minutes.
2. Presentation of the current agenda.
3. Maintenance and repair issues.
4. Employee compensation.
5. Project payoff recognition event.
6. Any other issues that need to be addressed.