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The Communications Division encourages civic engagement by proactively, responsively and knowledgeably communicating internal and external information about Missoula County.

Media inquiries

Contact Communications Manager Allison Franz at afranz@missoulacounty.us or 406-258-3161. 

How to stay up to date with what's happening at Missoula County

There are many ways residents can stay up to date with what's going at at Missoula County, including: 

  • News releases and other e-notifications: Constituents can subscribe to receive our news releases and other email updates directly to their inboxes: http://missoula.co/subscribe

  • Missoula County Weekly: Our weekly e-newsletter features news and information about what’s happening at Missoula County for the upcoming week. Subscribe online by entering your email and checking the “Weekly newsletter option.” 

  • Missoula County Voice: Missoula County Voice is the County's online engagement platform that features current county projects and initiatives for residents to provide feedback on. The site includes various tools for the public to interact with county staff, such as participating in surveys and polls, sharing stories and ideas, dropping pins on interactive maps, asking questions and providing comments. 

  • "The Agenda" podcast: Twice a month, the commissioners interview county staff or community partners to provide insight on how local government works and get updates on projects and initiatives that affect our residents’ lives. Check it out online and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.   

  • Social media: You can follow and receive updates from numerous Missoula County departments on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Nextdoor, Youtube and more. Find a complete list of our social media channels at http://missoula.co/socialmedia.  

  • Commissioners’ meeting agendas: Go to the Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes and Agenda Portal and scroll down to subscribe to receive an email when agenda for administrative public meetings, Thursday public meetings and department updates are published.  

  • Missoula County calendar: It’s not just for meetings! Missoula County agencies and facilities host countless community events, and you’ll find them all listed at http://missoula.co/events.