Monthly Archives: May 2011

Memorial Day Mobilization Enforcement Plan

The Bozeman Police Department and the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office are combining their traffic enforcement efforts to focus on Impaired Driving and Occupant Protection. With support from the Select Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant, the Bozeman Police Department and Gallatin … Continue reading

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High Water Expected Throughout June

      Media Release 110517-01 Contact: Patrick Lonergan, 406-582-2395 Bozeman, MT – Residents in Gallatin County should expect high water to be present in the county through the end of June.  Current forecasts for the National Weather Service are … Continue reading

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Sheriff’s K-9 retirement

For Immediate Release May 10, 2011 On May 10, 2011 Sandra Feeney, Jeff and Tyler Cotterell representing the Bozeman Lion’s Club were recognized for their support of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit during a retirement ceremony for “Noe,”(pronounced … Continue reading

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Detailed Sandbag Information from US Army Corps of Engineers

The following Flood-Fight Handbook from the US Army Corps of Engineers provides good information on how to calculated needed sandbags, filling of them, and effective use.  The document provides good illustrations that are easy for individuals to understand and replicate.  … Continue reading

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Potential for Spring Flooding is Here

Gallatin County wishes to remind residents that the potential for spring flooding is present and could occur at any time.  The current and predicted weather, combined with the snow pack, has setup Gallatin County to be susceptible to flooding in the … Continue reading

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