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The Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives
P.O. Box 81
17 W. Quartz St.
Butte, MT 59703
Open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
Please visit www.buttearchives.org for more information.
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1340 Harrison Avenue
Telephone: (406) 497-6408
The Goal of the Parks Department is to provide maximum recreation possibilities within existing resources. There are presently 29 completed parks in Butte-Silver Bow, including skating rinks, golf courses, pools, and sports fields. The parks include neighborhood parks, tot lots, and community parks.
For more information, please visit the Butte Civic Center Website.
Director: Todd Hoar
Phone (406) 723-2070
The purpose of the Developmental Disabilities Council is to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities.
Services include: supported living services, information and referral, program coordination, program design and development and public relations. The Director acts as a liaison between Butte-Silver Bow and the National Office of Disabilities.
The Developmental Disability office is located in the Business Development Center, 305 W. Mercury.
Manager: Pat Holland
Phone: (406) 497-6573
The objective of Government Buildings Management is to maintain all buildings owned by Butte-Silver Bow. Building maintenance includes janitorial services, engineering services, painting, and carpentry.
The Butte National Historic Landmark District is the largest of its kind in the country. Please visit our MAPS page to view a map of our historical landmark district. Funding comes from Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) and housing loan pay backs.
Buildings maintained by Butte-Silver Bow include the following:
- Belmont Senior Citizens' Center
- Civic Center
- Community Facility Building (Health Department)
- Fire Stations (2)
- Incubator Building
- Maintenance Center
- Public Library
- Public Safety Building
- Public Works
Director: Dan Powers, R.S. / /Interim
Physical & Mailing Address: 25 West Front Street, Butte, Montana 59701-2801
Phone: (406) 497-5020
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm
[closed: evenings, weekends, & holidays]
The mission of the Butte-Silver Bow Health Department is to promote individual, community, and environmental health by understanding, anticipating, and responding to the health-related needs of the community. The scope of the responsibilities include: prevention of epidemics; protection of the environment, workplace, and food and water; monitoring of health status of the community; promotion of behaviors; mobilization of the community to respond to severe health risks; and responding to disasters.
Health Study Work Plan (1.2MB)
Transmittal Letter to EPA (42KB)
Fact Sheet 1 (112KB)
Fact Sheet 2 (72KB)
Fact Sheet 3 (219KB)
Fact Sheet 4 (164KB)
Press Release (68KB)
Links to State Resources:
Phone: (406) 497-5070
Fax: (406) 497-5063
The Substance Dependency Program is funded in part by the State of Montana and in part by user fees. The mission of the program is to provide effective counseling services to substance abusers. Some program users are referred by the Court system.
Environmental Health Services
Family Services Manager: Jamie Paul
Phone: (406) 497-5083
The Family Planning Program provides reproductive health services and education. The mission of the program is to reduce all unintended pregnancies, promote reproductive health, and treat sexually transmitted diseases (STD's).
Under this program is the Miami Follow Me program, Maternal Child Health, and Infant/Child Immunizations. Home visits are conducted to provide advice and assistance to pregnant women.
Family Planning is located at 25 W. Front Street, Butte, Montana 59701. Telephone: (406) 497-5080.
Home Health Services
�Home Care � Because We Care�
A non-profit agency serving Butte-Silver Bow County since 1970.
Home health care provides a broad range of comprehensive services to help people of all ages to remain in their own homes and to aid the individual in achieving and sustaining the highest level of health, activity, and independence.
Registered Nursin g (RN):The RN provides skilled observation and evaluation of the patient’s condition to assist the physician in caring for the patient’s medical needs at home. The RN can provide wound care, injections, IV’s, chemotherapy, catheter care, and patient and family education.
Physical Therapy:The Registered Therapist establishes and carries out an exercise program to increase strength and mobility after an illness or injury.
Occupational Therapy:The Registered Therapist establishes and carries out a program for muscle reeducation and activities of daily living training.
Speech Therapy:The Registered Speech Pathologist establishes and carries out an individualized speech therapy program after an illness or injury which affects the patient’s ability to communicate or swallow.
Medical Social Services:The goal of Medical Social Work is to improve or maintain the social, emotional, and physical health status of the patient, and to ensure that the patient’s needs are being met in the home environment.
Personal Care:Assistance with bathing, personal hygiene needs and exercise programs is included in the plan of care when needed.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance, with all paper work handled through our office.
Hours of Service
Registered Nurses on Call
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekends and holidays
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
For more information please call
Phone: (406) 497-5000 - Fax: (406) 782-8150Email
Montana Lead Prevention Program
The Montana Lead Prevention Program serves the community by educating families about lead poisoning and testing young children for exposures to lead.
Phone: (406) 497-5020
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
The mission of the WIC program is to provide nutritional aid to women, infants, and children who are in need of these services. The primary source of programmatic funding is the Federal Government. The Women, Infant, and Children program is located at 25 W. Front, Butte, Montana 59701. Telephone: (406) 497-5060.
Director: Lee Miller
226 W. Broadway
Butte, MT 59701
Fax: (406) 782-1825
The Public Library provides a variety of suitable materials, services, and programs to meet the informational needs of the community members of all ages.
The Library maintains a collection including books, newspapers, periodicals, audio-visual materials in several formats and online databases. Reference services, interlibrary loan and public access computers with Internet connections are available. The Library also provides information in person, by phone, or in writing.
Children's story hour is held every Friday at 11:15. Public meeting room space is available for appropriate use by the community.
Please see the main Library Website for hours of operation.
Superintendent of Schools
Superintendent: Cathy Maloney
Deputy: Donna Maesar
Courthouse, Room 315
Phone: (406) 497-6215
The Superintendent of Schools is an elected position that has served the county since 1880.
The Mission is to:
- Provide general supervision for rural public schools within Silver Bow County.
- Maintain current and complete records of all certified school personnel in Butte and Silver Bow County.
- Perform administrative duties including: computing tax levies, apportioning monthly direct state aid payments, and monitoring expenditures and account balances.
- Work with the Office of Public Instruction to conform to requirements of the Federal “No Child Left Behind Act” and adequate yearly progress determinations.
- Act as the authorized representative for state mandated testing in the rural schools.
- Serve as Chairperson of the County Transportation Committee. The Transportation Committee approves all school bus routes and individual transportation contracts in rural areas.