Welcome to the Website of Stevensville

Thanks for stopping by to learn more about Stevensville. You can find information on our site about ongoing projects and events in Stevensville, community news and contacts for various public service departments.

Community Outreach

Job Oppertunities

Stevensville Pool is Hiring Certified Lifeguards.

 

Lifeguard applications are now being accepted for the 2014 summer season at the Stevensville Pool.  If you enjoy working with children, enjoy all things swimming, and want to act as a positive role model for children then this is the summer job for you!

 

Applicants must be certified by opening date (6/07/14)

 

Applications are available HERE or pick up an application at Town Hall, 206 Buck Street Mon-Fri 8A-5P.  Application period closes 5/9 at 5PM.

Information

Water and Sewer Project Timeline...Click To Download
project timeline 4 8 14.pdf
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Mayors Proclamation for Arbor Day
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION.pdf
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Mayors Proclamation for Day of Prayer
PRAYER DAY PROCLAMATION.pdf
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The Town of Stevensville wants your input!

Montana offers its citizens a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities, from wilderness preserves to neighborhood parks. Local governments can play an important role by offering their residents access to local recreation opportunities. Understanding what recreation opportunities local citizens need is a necessary step in fulfilling this role.  

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks assists local governments in meeting their needs by coordinating grants. This organization provides federal dollars on a 50/50 matching basis to states and their political subdivisions for the development of outdoor recreation projects.

Stevensville is considering applying for one of the Montana Fish Wildlife & Park Land & Water Conservation Fund grants.  When a local government makes an application for a grant, part of the application requires an assessment of local outdoor recreation needs. People living within the Stevensville Town limits are eligible to participate in the survey. This local needs assessment is intended to aid the state in making wise decisions in the disbursement of funds. The first step towards obtaining the grant is to conduct a survey of three hundred randomly selected households; surveys will be mailed on April 3rd. The survey results will help determine Stevensville’s eligibility for the Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks grant, making your input very important.

If you have questions, please contact Stevensville Town Hall at 406.777.5271.

The Town wants and values your participation and if your household is randomly selected, we hope that you choose to participate.

Events

Check out the Events page to find out what is going on in our beautiful town.

Town of Stevensville Municipal Code is Online

The Town of Stevensville's Municipal Code is now available online! Through a process called codification, the Town updated the municipal code and brought any outdated ordinances into compliance with state laws and regulations. In addition, the Town can now offer the Municipal Code Online! The easy to use online code has a feature that enables people to use a search bar to look for an ordinace specific to a subject. If you have any questions about the online code, please contact the Town Clerks Office.

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ONLINE MUNICIPAL CODE!

Important Notice!

The Water and Sewer line upgrade project is underway. CLICK HERE to view updates and find more information.

Get in Touch

Need to locate contact information? Find the right person to talk to in the local town offices of Stevensville now. 

Town Hall
206 Buck Street
Stevensville, Montana 59870


(406)777-5271

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