Roads & Bridges

Update: Convict Grade Road Bridge over Shields River Update October 31, 2018 17:00 (5:00PM)
Park County has completed installation of a temporary detour bridge on Convict Grade Road over the
Shields River. The detour is open to public travel at the posted speed limit of 10mph and posted load
limit of 10 tons. Preliminary work is underway for replacement of the permanent bridge this winter.
Please use be aware of construction activities in the project area while the detour is in place.

CARBELLA BRIDGE REOPENED: Due to a recent overloading of the Carbella Bridge the bridge was required to be closed until an inspection of the structure can be completed. The Montana Department of Transportation completed the inspection on Tuesday, 11/13/2018 and the Carbella Bridge has been reopened to the public at the posted limits.

PARK COUNTY ROAD DEPT.  23 Chicen Creek Ln. Livingston, MT 59047

Livingston Shop:   406-222-4137

Clyde Park Shop:  406-686-4930

Wilsall Shop:          406-578-2536

Gardiner Shop:      406-223-1642

Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday 7AM to 5:30PM; Friday 7AM to 3:30PM

Winter Hours: Monday-Friday 5AM to 3:30PM

Road Conditions: Call the Main Shop 406-222-4137 for questons regarding maintenance, scheduling and snow removal on County Roads.

Road & Bridge Department Information:

Application for Road Work Permit:   Required prior to working within the County Right of Way and required for driveway approaches, utility service connections, snowplowing, dust control application, etc...

2015 Park County Capital Improvements Plan

2012 Bridge Capital Imrovements Plan

We are responsible for maintaining 873 miles of County Roads and Bridges within the County. 

The Park County Road Book is available for public viewing in the Park County Clerk and Recorder's Office vault from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday at 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, MT.

Emergency Information: Dial 911 if Emergency Service response is required. Contact Law Enforcement Dispatch Office 406-222-2050 for non-emergencies.