1. Spotlight
  1. Coronavirus (COVID

    19)

    The Center of Disease Control (CDC) and the Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS) website links for coronavirus (COVID-19):

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

    https://dphhs.mt.gov/publichealth/cdepi/diseases/coronavirusmt
    We are asking the public to remain calm and take steps to protect yourself by washing hands, practicing social distancing, and remain home if you are sick. We are in this together, and we will get through this as we have with passed incidents in our Valley.

    The most current information can be found on Ravalli County homepage COVID 19 at www.ravalli.us

    For immediate information signup for the Ravalli County Sheriff’s application.

  2. Ravalli County Public Health Officer - Job Description



    PHO Job Description
  3. Resolution No. 4101 Rescind Open Burning Restrictions



    Resolution No, 4101
  4. Treasurer’s Office Press Release 10-08-2020

    At this time, Ravalli County Treasurer’s Office is open for business as normal.  Motor Vehicle transactions can be done as normal, do not need an appointment.  However we have been getting an influx of phone calls and walk-in customers that live outside Ravalli County.  In order to complete transactions with motor vehicle, title work or registration renewal.  If your driver’s license shows you live in Ravalli County we can help you, but if your address shows you live outside Ravalli County you will need to provide 2 items for proof of residency.  Otherwise you will need to go to the county you reside.

    Tax bills will be out the beginning of November 2020 and due beginning of December 2020.