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The Fire Control Ordinance has been presented to the Commissioners and reviewed at the first reading. Public comments are appreciated. This ordinance will provide three primary benefits. It will divide the County into three distinct high fire hazard zones. These zones will allow the option to apply fire restrictions in limited areas rather than countywide in support of the diverse nature of Park County’s landscape and associated unique firefighting challenges. It will allow the County to enter into fire restrictions in coordination with State and Federal partners. Without the ordinance, we must wait for conditions to reach an emergency state which by definition does not allow time for coordination. The ordinance will also provide the Sheriff’s Office with the statutory tools needed for law enforcement. If you have any questions about the Fire Control Ordinance, please contact the Park County Fire Warden at (406) 222-4188.
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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.
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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.
Time to File if You Want to Run for a Park County Elected Seat!
Fleshman Creek Urban Restoration Project: THEN and NOW
The purpose of the project was to restore and enhance a two-mile reach of Fleshman Creek.
Please enjoy the reports produced by six of East Side School’s 5th grade students – Morgan Sites, Tess Goosey, Ivy Everson, Cora Clayton, Analeece and Quinci Wood. They provide both historical and scientific information about Fleshman Creek and reiterate why this waterway is an important community, recreational and habitat resource.
Zoning District Review
Click here to review a copy of the proposed US HWY 89 South – East River Road – Old Yellowstone Trail Zoning District and Official Map. Written comments can be submitted by mailing them to 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, MT 59047, or by emailing comments to email@example.com. Members of the public may also provide public comments during the public hearings before the Planning and Development Board and Park County Commission, occurring August 16, 2018 at 6pm in the Emigrant Hall (Board) and again on September 19, 2018 in the Community Room of the City County Complex, located at 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, MT. For further information please contact the Park County Planning Department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 406.222.4102.
New WildFire Preparedness Guide Avail!
Property Tax Frequently Asked Questions Answered!
Mill Creek Water District Meeting 4:00 p.m. April 25, 2018 Arrowhead School
1. Review of the previous meeting’s minutes.
2. Presentation of the current agenda.
3. Maintenance and repair issues.
4. Employee compensation.
5. Project payoff recognition event.
6. Any other issues that need to be addressed.