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Reach Parks & Recreation by telephone at (406) 552-7275, or browse bark park locations here.
If it is an emergency, call 911 and an officer will respond. The 24-hour, non-emergency Police Desk phone number is (406) 552-6300 for city residents. Missoula County residents should contact the Sheriff's Office at (406) 258-4810 during normal working hours, or call 911 after hours.
Office (406) 541-7387 Fax (406) 541-7389
Location and mailing address:Animal Control6700 Butler Creek RoadMissoula, MT 59808 Animal Control
New Year's Day—January 1stMartin Luther King, Jr. Day—the third Monday in JanuaryPresident's Day---the third Monday in February Memorial Day—the last Monday in MayIndependence Day—July 4thLabor Day—the 1st Monday in SeptemberColumbus Day—the 2nd Monday in OctoberElection Day—the 2nd Tuesday in November, even numbered yearsVeteran's Day—November 11thThanksgiving Day—the fourth Thursday in NovemberChristmas Day—December 25th
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* Messages sent to this address are public records and will be published on the city website. Council Directory
Flower Beds: The cemetery will dig ordered beds in the spring and clear the beds in the fall. Sprinkler irrigation provides the watering of the beds.
Flower Boxes: A local nursery maintains, plants, and delivers the boxes to the cemetery. The cemetery sets the boxes on the gravesites in the spring and removes them in the fall. Cemetery staff hand waters the boxes three times per week.
Folks used to be able to play videos in Google Chrome, however they will no longer play because Google has discontinued support for Microsoft Silverlight. Download Silverlight
The links to MP3s are the audio recordings of the meetings. This is a common format used by many MP3 players like iPODs, Zune, etc. You can right click on the link, save the file on your computer, load it onto your MP3 player, and listen to the meeting on the go.
MP4 files are the video files of the meeting. If you have a device that can play videos like a computer or iPAD, you can download the video (following the instructions above for MP3 files), save it on your device and play it.
Moving Out: The person whose name appears on the water account is responsible for notifying us of the move out date. A final billing will be mailed after the account is closed. We are unable to make billing adjustments for late notification.
Application: The Human Resource Council, (406)728-3710, 1801 S. Higgins, has applications for LIEAP available. There is a release of information included with the HRC LIEAP application. The HRC will notify Missoula Water when you have qualified. For more information about LIEAP, visit the Human Resource Council website.
Discount: Eligible Missoula Water customers will receive a $6.58 reduction in the applicable monthly flat rate or metered charge. The discount applies only to services provided during the current billing period and not to overdue balances from prior billing periods. Human Resource Council Website
If your sentence was deferred at the time it was pronounced AND you have successfully completed all conditions of the sentence, the Court can dismiss the charge and seal your cause number. What that means is that the public does not have access to the details of the conviction and your criminal record will state that the charge has been dismissed.
If you believe you meet both of these conditions, then you should file a Motion to Dismiss with the court.
This request will be denied if the Court finds that you (1) did not complete all conditions of your sentence on time; (2) if you had a new charge during the time the deferred sentence was running or (3) if the time for deferment has not expired.
If you did not receive a deferred sentence and believe your conviction should be taken off your record, you may be best served by consulting an attorney.
Each insurance company has different methods of determining your insurance rates. Many base some rate changes on the points the DMV places on your driving record.
You can check your driver’s license status with the DMV to find out how many points you have with the DMV [https://dojmt.gov/driving/driving-records/].
Some of the more common points include: DUI = 10 points Driving While Suspended = 6 points Reckless Driving = 5 points No Insurance = 4 points Speeding = 3 points Careless Driving = 2 points Moving Violations = 2 points
The Court will not defer a ticket if (1) you have had any other traffic ticket in the last 5 years; (2) you have gotten another traffic ticket deferred in the last 5 years; or (3) you failed to appear on your ticket within the time set for appearance.
Some tickets, including DUI, HTO, Driving While Suspended or No Insurance tickets can never be deferred. PLEASE NOTE: Under Federal Law the Court cannot defer your ticket if you have a CDL.
The Court will not dismiss your ticket based on your explanation about what happened without allowing the City Attorney’s Office to be heard and present witnesses.
If you received a ticket from a sheriff's deputy or highway patrol (brown uniform), you need to appear in Justice Court located in the County Courthouse at 200 W. Broadway.
If your license was suspended by Missoula Municipal Court for non-compliance or failure to appear you must come to the Court to address it. After you have taken care of the non-compliance, by appearing and bringing yourself into compliance, you will need to get a reinstatement from the DMV.
W.A.V. (Women Against Violence), Laurie Bogart, LCPC 500 N Higgins #109 Phone: (406) 493-7313
Dr. Q Counseling (Dr. Q Hehn, LCPC) 725 W Central Ave #209Phone: (406) 0900
Choices for Change (Nancy Smith, MSW, LCSW, LAC 304 Fourth Ave E Superior, MTPhone: (406) 822-5422
MAN.UP.RIGHT (Warren Michelson, LCSW) 336 W Spruce StPhone: (406) 546-9033
Michael English, LCSW 1406 S 1st Hamilton, MTPhone: (406) 363-0929
Winds of Change 2685 Palmer St #301Phone: (406) 721-2038 (Medicaid accepted)
Defendants may also go to another counselor of their choice and must provide the counselor's name, address and phone number to the court. If ordered to complete Anger Management, defendants must be enrolled within two weeks of sentencing, complete 20 hours within three months of enrollment and the remaining 20 hours within six months of enrollment.
If you are using this form to report a problem with a ticket, you will not receive a response. You can report ticket issues to the Parking Commission office by phone at (406) 552-6250 or in person at 128 W Main Street.
For more information, call us at (406) 552-6372. Traffic Calming
Traffic Services can be reached at:1305 B Scott St.Missoula, MT 59802Ph: (406) 552-6372.
Pre-timed: The signal serves each phase of traffic without sensing any traffic at the signal.
Semi Actuated: The main flow of traffic won’t sense any traffic, but the side street senses cars.
Fully Actuated: All phases of traffic sense cars and the signal cycles on demand. The controller is programmed for minimum and maximum green times. The green phase of traffic will terminate in two ways: The green phase served its maximum time, or the phase gapped out (excessive amounts of time between cars).
Sometimes the loop wires become damaged and the signal controller will interpret the damaged wires as a vehicle call. This will hold the phase green for the maximum amount of seconds programmed into the controller.
If a pedestrian push button has been damaged or jammed so the button can't release, the signal will serve the pedestrian call every cycle. This will cause the signal to stay green while it serves the pedestrian call.
If the signal is running in a coordinated string of traffic signals, it will hold green in order to maintain its coordination with the other signals.
Contact your local certified arborist for private assessments.