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      9:00 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday 

  

      Commission Chambers 

                 414 E. Callender Street 
                   Livingston, Montana

     

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                            NEWS

Park County Board Openings

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Park County, Montana, is accepting applications for the

TAX APPEAL BOARD

Application can be picked up at the Commission office or on the county website at www.parkcounty.org under departments/county-boards-committees.  Closing Date November 1st@ 4:30 pm.   Please return applications to DeAnn Weickum in the County Commissioners office: 414 E. Calendar Livingston, MT 59047 or email at dweickum@parkcounty.org.  If you need more information call 222-4106

PARK COUNTY, MT— County Planning Board member applications are now being accepted for three (3) positions for a two (2) year term.  The board prepares, administers and implements the Growth Policy, Zoning Regulations, Subdivision Regulations and other land use policies, advises the County Commission on land use development matters in the County by making recommendations on some zoning and all subdivision applications. Members attend regularly scheduled meetings and special meetings.  For more information go to www.parkcounty.org or call the Park County Planning Department at 406-222-4102.  Applicants must be residents of Park County, outside of the city limits of Livingston and Clyde Park.  The closing date for applications is December 2th @ 4:30pm.  Application can be picked up at the Commission office or on the county website at www.parkcounty.org under departments/county-boards-committees.  Closing Date December 2nd @ 4:30 pm.   Please return applications to DeAnn Weickum in the County Commissioners office: 414 E. Calendar Livingston, MT 59047 or email at dweickum@parkcounty.org

PUBLIC NOTICE

 

The Park County Planning Board is currently working with Planning Staff to develop a draft Park County Conflict Mitigation Zoning District in conjunction with Goal 16 of the Park County Growth Policy. The Planning Board is still 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 zoning district. The Park County Planning Board operates in an advisory capacity and any future decisions to begin the process to create a zoning district must come from the Park County Commission. The Planning Board encourages participation and input from the public throughout this process.

Draft Park County Conflict Mitigation Zoning District Abstract

Draft Park County Conflict Mitigation Zoning District Map

Draft Park County Conflict Mitigation Zoning District Regulations

PUBLIC MEETING LEGAL NOTICE

 

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Fiscal Year 2020 Final Budget Available Now!

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Park County FY20 Budget

 

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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.

 

 



           

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