Mineral County Sheriff Notifies Council of Commissioners of Intent to Resign
On Monday, June 29, 2020, Mineral County Sheriff Mike Boone submitted his Letter of Resignation to the Mineral County Commissioners, indicating an initial date of resignation of July 3, 2020. However, Sheriff Boone did amend his initial notice, and has agreed to remain in the position of Sheriff for Mineral County until August 1, 2020. This Letter was submitted to the Commissioners the Monday following Undersheriff Steve Trollope’s retirement as Undersheriff for Mineral County on Friday, June 26, 2020.
Pursuant to his notice of intent to resign his position, Sheriff Boone indicated that, due to medical issues incurred while on duty as a peace officer for Mineral County, he no longer feels he can safely and effectively complete the duties this position requires, per state statute.
In an effort to maintain community safety during this time of transition, Sheriff Boone informed the Commissioners that he has recently hired two (2) Sheriff’s Deputies, and that he secured funding through a Stone Garden Grant, which will provide funds for law enforcement overtime pay in an effort to better address criminal activity in the community. Additionally, with assistance from Sheriff Boone, Mineral County was awarded a COPS (Community Oriented Policing Services) Grant through the Department of Justice which will allow the county to hire and pay for one (1) deputy’s salary for three (3) years.
Mineral County appreciates Mike Boone and Steve Trollope’s service to the community and wishes them well in their future endeavors.Read More >
Mineral County Health Department is Open by Appointment
Please call (406) 822-3564 to schedule a time to come in. We have staff available during regular business hours to offer services. Unscheduled visitors will see clearly marked instructions on the health department door to contact staff inside. We are open from 8:00 – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday.Read More >
Mineral County Will Remain Locked for One Month
The county will remain locked for one month, to be re-assessed at the end of that time, but will remain open for business M-F, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with an appointment, via email, or postal mail.
- Commissioners- 822-3537
- Clerk and Recorder- 822-3522
- County Attorney- 822-3535
- Clerk of Court- 822-3538
- Treasurer/Supt of schools- 822-3530
- Justice Court- 822 3550
- Planning and Sanitation- 822-3525
- Sheriff’s Office- 822- 3555
Mineral County Commissioners thank you for your patience during this timeRead More >
Floodplain Mapping Update Meeting Postponed
The Open House meeting concerning the Floodplain Mapping update scheduled for March 19, 2000 from 5-7 pm at the Alberton Library has been POSTPONED. We are currently working on rescheduling the meeting but we have not yet confirmed a time or place. If you have any questions please email the Department of Natural Resources at email@example.com or call 406-444-0599.Read More >
Mineral County Board – Final Agenda Final Agenda January 13-17 2020Read More >
Mineral County Board Meeting – Minutes 12-16-2019Read More >
New Flood Insurance Rate Maps
Mineral County, and the Town of Superior, are working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) to update and produce new Flood Insurance Rate Maps for the Clark Fork River, the St. Regis River, and tributaries.Read More >