County Commission Meetings


      9:00 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday 


      Commission Chambers 

                 414 E. Callender Street 
                   Livingston, Montana


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Park County Board Openings



The Park County Planning & Development Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday June 20, 2019 at 5:00pm in the Gardiner Community Center, located at 318 West Main Street, Gardiner Montana, and the Park County Commission will hold a public hearing on June 27, 2019 at 10:00am in the Community Room of the City/County Complex, located at 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, Montana. The purpose of the public hearings is to consider the Sportsman’s Retreat Subsequent Minor Subdivision, submitted by Scott and Lori Hamilton. The proposed subdivision subdivides the Hamilton property located at 14 Peters Lane, Gardiner, MT into four parcels. The legal description of the proposal is the NE1/4 and SE1/4 of Section 23, Township 2 South, Range 8 East; The Planning and Development Board and the Park County Commission will conduct a site visit on the property on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 4:00pm—members of the public are encouraged to attend to learn more about the project. Member of the public are also encouraged to attend both public hearings and may submit comments on the proposal during both public hearings. Written comments may also be submitted by emailing or by mailing comments to the Park County Planning Department, 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, MT 59047. For questions about the subdivision or to view the application, please contact the Park County Planning Department at 406.222.4102 or email Members of the public may also view the application at the Planning Department office.

PARK COUNTY, MT— County Planning and Development Board member applications are now being accepted.  The board prepares, administers and implements the Growth Policy, Zoning Regulations, Subdivision Regulations and other land use and economic development initiatives, advises the County Commission on land use and economic development matters in the County by making recommendations directly to the County Commission. Members attend regularly scheduled meetings and special meetings.  Applicants must be residents of Park County, outside of the city limits of Livingston and Clyde Park.  The closing date for applications is June 25th at 4:00PM.  Application can be picked up at the Commission office or on the county website at under departments/county-boards-committees.   Please return applications to DeAnn Weickum in the County Commissioners office: 414 E. Calendar Livingston, MT 59047 or email at  

Park County is Hiring!

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   FY2019 Final Budget Document             Available for Review!

New Budget Format with Department       Discussions & Goals Added.
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Yellowstone Gateway Museum Awarded National Endowment for Humanities Grant!

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.




New WildFire Preparedness Guide Avail!

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Property Tax Frequently Asked Questions Answered!

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