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Gallatin County Emergency Management

Preparing Our Community

Serving Belgrade, Bozeman, Manhattan, Three Forks, West Yellowstone & Unincorporated Gallatin County.

Gallatin County Emergency Management

Current Information

Flood Insurance Rate Map Updates – Bozeman Creek & West Gallatin

Gallatin County is currently working with FEMA and Montana DNRC to update Flood Insurance Rate Maps for both Bozeman Creek and the West Gallatin, including their tributaries. The proposed floodplain changes can be viewed online at:
www.floodplain.mt.gov/gallatin

 

Public Open Houses
Bozeman Creek Open House
January 24, 2017, 6:00-8:00 PM
Bozeman Public Library – Community Room
West Gallatin Open House
January 25, 2017, 6:00-8:00 PM
Gallatin County Courthouse – Community Room
The open houses are intended for property owners to stop by and hear about the overall floodplain mapping project as well as speak one on one with city, county or state staff about how the floodplain mapping may affect your property.

 

Contacts
Sean O’Callaghan
Gallatin County Planning
[email protected]
406-582-2280
Tiffany Lyden
Montana DNRC
[email protected]
406-444-0599

Lodging Operator Emergency Checklist Released

Emergency Management recently completed the development of an Emergency Checklist for lodging operators with the help of Hebgen Basin Fire District, Big Sky Fire Department and the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office.  This checklist provides operators of lodging facilities information on what they should be doing when large incidents are affecting their facility, or may affect it in the future.  People visiting our communities are often challenging to effectively communicate with, and have different needs during a large incident than people who live here.  Lodging operators are a critical link between emergency officials and their current, and future, guests at their facilities.  With the ability to now provide affected lodging facilities this checklist everyone will be clear on roles and responsibilities ensuring clear information is provided to our visitors.  More information is available in the Business Continuity portion of ReadyGallatin.com.

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Articles

2016 Emergency Management Plan

Emergency Management recently finished the 5 year revision cycle of our Emergency Management Plan.  In Montana, and most places, emergency...

Flood Insurance Rate Map Updates – Bozeman Creek & West Gallatin

Gallatin County is currently working with FEMA and Montana DNRC to update Flood Insurance Rate Maps for both Bozeman Creek...

Lodging Operator Emergency Checklist Released

Emergency Management recently completed the development of an Emergency Checklist for lodging operators with the help of Hebgen Basin Fire...

If we can’t REACH you, we can’t ALERT you!

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