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City-Related Legislation

The City of Missoula tracks proposed state legislation that may affect the City.  The 2023 legislative session starts on January 2.  This page will be updated with bills the City is tracking at that time.  More information about the legislature and a complete list of all bills can be found on the Montana Legislature's website. You can sign up for notifications from us about the highest-priority bills we're tracking.

How to Comment

Talk to your Legislator

It's important for legislators to hear directly from you, their constituents, about pending legislation.  You can find your legislators and contact them by phone, email, or mail.  You can also provide testimony if the bill has an upcoming hearing.  

Contact the City

City officials take public comment regarding the City's stance on legislation.  You can comment at City Council meetings, by email, or by telephone. Please remember to contact your legislators directly with your opinions. Our elected officials need to hear from as many people as possible to know how their decisions affect our community.

Building Your Own List

The state's LAWS website allows users to create their own preference list.  You can customize your list to include only the bills you are interested in and even set it up to receive notifications directly from the state.  This is a great way to stay involved and informed on the issues that are most important to you.