CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Belgrade City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each Month except for holidays. Agendas are posted the weekend before the meeting.
As part of our phased reopening plans, and in cooperation with the Gallatin County Health Department and Governor Bullock’s directives, the Belgrade Council meeting coming up on Monday June 1st will be held in the Council Chambers at City Hall and open to the public. We will be observing recommended distancing protocols. Hand sanitizer and face masks will be provided for use by all attendees. If the number of attendees exceeds 49, additional protocols will be implemented to maintain distancing requirements. The dates of the upcoming council meetings are:
February 16, 2021 (Zoom Meeting) - Tuesday due to Holiday
To participate - visit zoom.us on the internet: enter Meeting ID 830 0004 1729 and Password: 281379
OR Dial in by toll free telephone: (877)853-5257 or (888)475-4499
All City departments are again open to the public, including the Finance Department. We are able to take payments over the telephone at this time. Payments may also be mailed to City of Belgrade, 91 E Central Ave, Belgrade MT 59714 or placed in the drop box provided at the North entrance. We encouraged everyone to use the online payment options as well, if possible. Finance staff are available by phone or email. If you call goes to voicemail, please leave a detailed message so we can direct you to the appropriate staff. We appreciate your patience!
Main Switchboard: 406-388-3760
Public Works, Planning & Building: 406-388-3783
Playground equipment and park facilities remain open for public use. PLEASE NOTE: Play equipment and touch surfaces are NOT disinfected regularly. Please use these facilities responsibly and continue to practice social distancing, frequent washing of hands and use of face masks if possible.
Social distancing, face coverings and sanitizing protocols are vital. We encourage all to maintain regular handwashing with soap and water, keeping hands away from face, and cleaning communally touched surfaces such as keyboards, doorknobs, light switches, phones, etc. because these are the best defense against getting viruses. The City of Belgrade will continue working closely with Gallatin County Emergency Services and the Gallatin County Health Department as we consider local needs in the coming weeks. Gallatin County 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.
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.
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 #4-1-5 allows for no more than 2 dogs per building or lot within Belgrade city limits.
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 city dog license in person at Belgrade City Hall, Monday through Friday
between the hours of 8am and 5pm or through the mail.
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.