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Press Release: South Manchester Road 

April 8, 2019

Due to the damage that was casued in Cascade County from the 2018 flooding, South Manchester Road will receive a new overlay of asphalt. To veiw the full press release please click here.

Aging Services Area VIII Plan 

March 18, 2019

Public comment on the Plan is being accepted through Friday, April 12 at 5 p.m. Comments can be emailed to kthiel-schaaf@cascadecountymt.gov and use subject line: Area Plan. Comments can also be mailed to: Area Plan, Cascade County Aging Services, 1801 Benefis Court, Great Falls, MT 59405. To view the plan please click here.

Mobile App Launch

March 7, 2019

NACo has partnered with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) to develop a mobile app desgined to identify areas with low or no connectivity to help ensure adequate funding for broadband infrastructure is provided across the county. To read more and download the app click here.

2019 Zoning Regulations Revision

February 25, 2019
The Cascade County Planning Division is proposing substantial revisions to the current Cascade County Zoning Regulations. The Planning Division will hold a public hearing with the Planning Board on March 26, 2019 at 4:30 PM at the Family Living Center of the Montana Expo Park at 400 3rd St NW, Great Falls, MT 59404 to provide an opportunity for the public to be heard concerning the proposed revisions to the Cascade County Zoning Regulations and map revisions. This meeting may involve a recommendation to the Commission by the Planning Board on the proposed revisions.
The public is encouraged to submit data, views, and arguments, orally or in writing for or against the proposed revisions to the Cascade County Zoning Regulations. Written comments (please provide your name and address along with your comments, anonymous comments may not be considered) are being accepted at the planning office; by U.S. Mail to 121 4th St N, STE 2H/I, Great Falls, MT 59401, by email at planningcomments@cascadecountymt.gov, or fax at (406) 454-6919. If you are submitting comments, please fill out this form or include it with your materials.
Supporting materials can be found on the Planning Board's regular page here.  The proposed regulations can be found below.
Proposed Regulations with Tracked Changes
Proposed Regulations (Clean Version)
Press Release: Sheep Creek Road
March 25, 2019

On Friday, March 22, 2019, the Cascade County Public Works Department has reopened Sheep Creek Road for travel. For any questions please contact the Cascade County Public Works Department at 454-6920. 

 

 

 

 

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Commission Meeting

April 23, 2019 @  9:30 a.m.

Commission Work Session

May 8, 2019 @ 2:00 p.m.

 

Commission Meeting

May 14, 2019 @ 9:30 a.m.

 

Commission Work Session

May 22, 2019 @  2:00 p.m.

 

Commission Meetings and Agendas

 

Flood Information

Flooding in our county has historically been caused by rapid snowmelt combined with heavy rainfall in the Sun and Missouri River Basins as well as along with the Belt and Sand Coulee Creek Basins causing the Sand Coulee Creek, Belt Creek, Missouri River and the Sun River to leave their banks.  Floodwaters can cover much of the county and are very dangerous.  Even though they appear to move slowly (3 feet per second), a flood two feet deep can knock a man off his feet and float a car.  Your property may be high enough that it has not flooded in the past.  However, it can still be at risk for future flooding.  Contact the County Floodplain Administrator at 454-6905 to determine if your property is in a floodplain.

For more information, see the Flood Information page.

Attention Residents of Cascade County, Mortgage, Real Estate & Insurance Firms.

We provide basic flood map (FIRM) information, information about other flood problems not shown on the FIRM, and information about floodways and historic flooding.  Our office address is: 121 4th St N, Suite 2H/I, Great Falls, MT 59401.

CodeRED

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CodeRED has been providing emergency notifications throughout the nation since 1998 and average more than 200 campaigns a day. Any message regarding the safety, property or welfare of the community will be disseminated using the CodeRED system. These may include AMBER alerts, notifications to take emergency action, boil water orders or evacuation notices.

The link above takes you to a secure, customized Community Notification Enrollment page that allows residents and businesses to add or update their contact information to ensure they will be included when a message is sent—unlisted numbers, mobile numbers, TDD/TTY requirements can all be entered.

Your contact information remains private and will only be used for community notifications.