March 22, 2018
Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) Update – Draft more >
Established in 1914, Mineral County is located in Northwestern Montana and is bordered by Idaho on the West. With Lolo National Forest and the St. Regis and Clark Fork rivers, the 1,223 square miles is truly a beautiful place to live. Like our name, Mineral County is as rich in opportunity as we are precious minerals. Superior, Montana is our county seat.
This website is a resource for residents and visitors. We offer quick references, emergency contacts and information on the various vital services that our departments provide. Mineral County is a wonderful place to live or visit. Our commitment is to work hard to make sure Mineral County government is serving the needs of the people that live here.