Gallatin County invites the public to tour the Law and Justice Center as part of its efforts to educate voters about November’s bond issue to help replace the facility.
Tours will feature a number of county officials on hand to explain the project and answer any questions the public may have.
People wanting to take evening tours will meet at the Community Room of the Gallatin County Detention Center, located at 605 S. 16th Ave., directly behind the Law and Justice Center.
Officials will give a short presentation about the bond issue then we will walk you over to the Law and Justice Center next door to see the building for yourself. The public will be able to ask questions throughout the night.
Presentations start at 6 p.m. each night. Dates include:
Want to see the Law and Justice Center while it’s in action? Join us for some morning tours!
People wanting to take morning tours are asked to meet in the lobby of the Law and Justice Center. REMEMBER: there is a security screening process, so plan to get there a few minutes early to be screened! Tours will start at 10 a.m. Dates include:
All tours are free and open to the public.
Can’t make it to any of those dates but still want a chance to see the building and ask questions? Please call 406-582-3008 and we can arrange a tour that fits in your schedule!
For more information on the project, please visit www.gallatin.mt.gov and click the “Law & Justice Center” button on the home page.
Whitney Bermes, Gallatin County Communications Coordinator