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    Belgrade City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each Month except for holidays. Agendas are posted the weekend before the meeting. The dates of the upcoming council meetings are:

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the City of Belgrade will be taking steps to minimize the spread of COVID 19. City Offices will remain fully staffed but closed to the public beginning March 17, 2020 for a period of 6 weeks. (Read full notice here)

Montana state and local public health officials are monitoring the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation very closely. Regular handwashing with soap and water, keeping hands away from face, and cleaning communally touched surfaces such as keyboards, door knobs, light switches, phones, etc. is the best defense against getting viruses.

The main face of interaction between local government, businesses and citizens will be through the Gallatin County Health Department. The City of Belgrade will continue working closely with Gallatin County Emergency Services and the Gallatin County Health Department as we consider local needs as this unfolds.

This is a rapidly evolving situation. GC Health has directed that we can get the most up-to-date information by visiting the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Service’s (DPPHS). They have a dedicated page for updates on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Additional contact information for your reference:
Matt Kelley, Health Officer,
Gallatin City-County Health Department
Gallatin County Health facebook
215 W Mendenhall St Ste 110, Bozeman, MT 59715

As circumstances unfold in our area, please be assured that the City is continuing to work on maintaining continuity of business for City operations and services.


PLEASE NOTE: One of the effects people are experiencing associated with the COVID-19 is a shortage of toilet paper. This can increase the likelihood of other materials being flushed down the drain. These materials include un-flushable products such as paper towels, diapers, tissues, "flushable wipes", and napkins. These items are not biodegradable and cause harm to the waste water collection system and treatment facilities. In an effort to decrease the likelihood of sewer backups and treatment issues, please do not flush any of the above listed, or anything similar, down the drain. Thank you. ~ Steve Klotz, Director of Public Works

Spring Brings Wastewater Lagoons Turnover and Potential Odors
The wastewater lagoons serving the City of Belgrade have begun a seasonal turnover event that results in the temporary release of odors. Learn more about the lagoons turnover

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The Triangle Community Plan including Belgrade, Bozeman and Gallating County was developed by the Planning Coordination Committee (PCC) in cooperation with community partners, local government departments and public input to establish policies in the Triangle to achieve the vision of: Regional coordination creates and maintains a coherent land use pattern that supports the needs of existing and future citizens and the desire to protect community character and amenities. Cooperation between jurisdictions supports development patterns that do not compromise the ability of municipalities to grow in the future or expand necessary infrastructure.


The new water and sewer rates for both residential and commercial meters go into effect January 2020.
View the updated information on the City's Water, Sewer and Streets Department page.


Belgrade's Animal Control Ordinance requires all dogs over the age of (6) six months to be licensed by the City of Belgrade. Belgrade City ordinance 463 allows for only two (2) dogs in the city limits of Belgrade.

Dog licenses must be acquired by January 1st of each year and are only valid for that calendar year and will be deemed delinquent and subject to a citation after January 25th. You may purchase your 2020 dog license beginning on December 10, 2019.

You may purchase your city dog license in person at Belgrade City Hall, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am and 5pm or through the mail.

Sign up for community notifications

Gallatin County Emergency Management has started an education campaign encouraging our citizens to register with our new Community Notification System. Overview information on this new Community Notification System is now available.

This new system is a large step forward in the ability to alert our communities during emergencies, and the more people who register the more powerful it becomes.

Please take a moment and sign up today!


The City of Belgrade is seeking qualified city residents to serve on the following Board:

  • Police Commission Board- one opening with 3 year term (residency required)

Committee applications are available online. Also applications and further information can be obtained by contacting the Belgrade City Clerk, 91 E. Central, Belgrade, MT 59714 (406) 388-3760.

  • Notice of Water and Sewer Rate Increase - Public Hearing November 5, 2018 at 7:00pm at City Hall Council Chambers [ Read Notice ]



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