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With Montana’s June 5 primary just around the corner and another general election coming in November, Butte-Silver Bow’s clerk and recorder is trying to recruit more than 100 judges to ensure that voting on those days goes smoothly and by the book.
Find information on 2018 Open Offices, Qualifications, and Fees. Also find a list of candidates that is updated weekly. Find voter information, schedules, forms, and resources as well.
The Stodden playground is designed with an all-inclusive design, meaning it is designed for all children of all abilities and is accessible to individuals with disabilities to play as well.
Things to do, places to stay, festivals, events, tours, and more! Visit the Butte Convention & Visitors Bureau for all of your tourism needs.
The Archives was established in 1981 to maintain the non-current records of Butte-Silver Bow. Given the significant industrial, political, and social history of Butte in the American West, the government records and archival holdings are in great demand.
Stodden Park received an additional $3 million worth of upgrades after the Council of Commissioners approved a new grant offered by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation and Montana Resources Wednesday.
Stay up to date with Butte-Silver Bow's new Journey to Wellness program.