Important Public Works COVID-19 Response Information
The Public Works Department is working to ensure that essential services are not disrupted during the current mandated protocols. It is our goal to protect the safety of the public and our staff and we are following recommended practices.
Your water is on! We want you to know that the Water Treatment Plant is maintained to the highest standards and your water is safe, clean and is disinfected to meet all applicable standards and regulations. Our water supply is regularly tested for quality throughout the treatment and distribution system. Check out our annual Water Quality and Consumer Confidence Report, this report provides a full list of ingredients for your drinking water.
We are recommending that utility payments be made online or by phone, visit our Payments and Utility Account Services page for online payment options or call (406) 657-8315. For your safety and that of our staff, the lobby at the Utilities Service Center is closed for the duration of the Governor’s order to Shelter at Home. Payments can be placed in a secured drop-box for utility payments located at either 2251 Belknap Ave, or at 3rd Ave N between 27th and 28th Streets. Scheduled meter replacements are being postponed until current orders are updated.
We understand that the declared State of Emergency for the COVID-19 Coronavirus and related mandated actions may affect your ability to stay current on your bill, and we are ready to assist with expanded payment plan options. Give us a call to make any necessary arrangements at (406) 657-8315 if you have been impacted by these events.
Please, view the Public Service announcements displayed on the left and remember not to flush items other than toilet paper. For printable information on this topic click HERE.
Garbage collection and Landfill services are operating, we realize that there is a shift in utilization right now, and we are monitoring the situation, please do your part and be considerate, reduce, reuse and recycle when possible and let us know when there is an issue.
Please, follow the guidelines of our Statewide Governor's order, and remember you are SAFER-AT-HOME! This is not a punishment; it is how you can help protect yourself and the community.
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