What Do We Do?      

The Planning Department is responsible for land use planning activities in the County. The Planning Department serves the public through developing and administering land use regulations such as: subdivisions, zoning, floodplains, rural improvement districts, and building for lease or rent. The Planning Department also serves the public through the development of long range plans such as the Growth Policy and the Active Transportation Plan as well as the administration of land use projects like the Gardiner Gateway Project and the Silver Gate Park Strategic Plan. Our staff is available  to talk about any aspect of land use and development in Park County.

Contact Information414 East Callender St.
Livingston, MT 59047
P (406) 222-4102
F (406) 222-4109

Planning Staff:
William Michael Inman (Director)
Lawson Moorman


While we strive to be available for walk-in public, we are occasionally out in the field or attending meetings. For your convenience, appointments are preferred.

The Park County Planning Board is currently working with Planning Staff to develop a draft Park County Community Decay Ordinance in conjuction with Goal 16 of the Park County Growth Policy. The Planning Board is still very early in the process, and have yet to vote to make a recommendation to the Park County Commission to pursue the process of creating a Park County Community Decay Ordinance. The Park County Planning Board operates in an advisory capacity and any future decisions to begin the process to create a Community Decay Ordinance must come from the Park County Commission. 

You may view the Draft Community Decay Ordiannce by clicking on the link below. If interested, please submit a comment to the Planning Department or attend the next scheduled Planning Board meeting. 

Planning Board's Working Draft Community Decay Ordinance