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9:00 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday
414 E. Callender Street
Email DeAnn Weickum to reserve a conference room. email@example.com or call 406-222-4106
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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 Board Openings
Park County hereby announces its fiscal years 2018-2020 (federal) multi-year goal of 5.19% for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction Contracts. The proposed goals and rationale are available for inspection between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at Robert Peccia and Associates, 3147 Saddle Drive, Helena, MT, 59601 and can be made electronically available by request.
Comments on the DBE goal will be accepted until September 19, 2019 (30 days from the date of the posting of this Pubic Notice) and can be sent to the following:
Robert Peccia & Associates
Park County Engineering Representative
Lance Bowser, Project Manager
3147 Saddle Drive
Helena, Montana 59601
PUBLIC MEETING LEGAL NOTICE
Do you have a clean CDL driving record and want to work in Park County? We are looking for the right fit to safely and efficiently operate our heavy equipment. The Road Department Team works year round. Please see details for job qualifications and check out our new online application process from the Employment webpage.
Deputy County Attorney
The County Attorney's Office has a really rewarding opportunity for a seasoned Prosecutor to join our team as we serve the residents of Park County. Check out the online application on our Employment webpage or stop by to pick up an application packet in our Human Resource office.
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.