How can I find my Commissioner or my precinct?
You can determine what precinct your are in or which Commissioner represents your precinct by using the Butte-Silver Bow Urban Voter Precinct map and the Butte-Silver Bow County (Non-Butte) Voter Precinct map You can also look up your address in the Address Ranges for Voting Precincts and Commissioner Districts as of March 10, 2017. To use the chart, simply find your street and address range in the chart - streets are listed in alphabetical order. Alternatively, you can use the online Contact Form and Butte-Silver Bow staff will reply by email with information about your precinct and Commissioner - be sure to list your address of residence on the form.

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1. When and where does the Council of Commissioners meet?
2. Where can I find Council voting records?
3. How can I find my Commissioner or my precinct?
4. How do I know what is on the Council agenda?
5. How do I get an item on the agenda?
6. What happens to a communication once it is placed on the agenda?
7. What is the difference between a Regular Meeting and a Committee of the Whole Meeting?
8. What are Council Committees?
9. Can the public speak at a council meeting?