In an effort to educate voters on their decision whether to help fund the replacement of the county’s Law and Justice Center, Gallatin County has created a page on its website dedicated to information about the bond, which will be on the Nov. 5 ballot.
On this webpage, citizens can find everything from what the building would look like, who would be housed in it to how much it will cost individual taxpayers and what the floor plans look like.
Also included on the page is an events section that details on upcoming tours of the current Law and Justice Center as well as community events where county officials will be on hand to answer questions.
Citizens will also find a frequently asked questions section where they can find some answers to many of the questions county officials field on the project. Don’t see the answer you were looking for? You will find on the page contact info for how you can reach out to get your specific questions answered.
The page will continue to be updated, so be sure to check back for fresh information!
Renderings provided by ThinkOne Architecture of Bozeman
Whitney Bermes, Gallatin County Communications Coordinator