Box 669 Hot Springs,
Randy Woods, Mayor - Julie Lazaro, Clerk-Treasurer - Bev Bangen, Utility Clerk
Ruben Loberg - Public Works
Chad Radabah - Police
Chief, William Miles & Stuart Smith – Peace Officers
Randy Woods, Fire Chief
Town Hall: 406-741-2353 Fax: 406-741-2354
Town Shop: 406-741-2531
Fire, Police, Ambulance Emergency: CALL 911
Non-Emergency Police 406-741-3314 or Sheriff’s Dispatch 406-827-3584
Police Department Fax 406-741-3315
The Town of Hot Springs was incorporated in 1929. The current population is approximately 500 people.
Our Town Council, consisting of the Mayor and 4 Council persons, meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The Town Hall Office hours are Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (closed noon hour), Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (closed noon hour). City court is held the first Monday and the third Friday of the month from 9am until noon, except holidays. The library located 1 block east is open Monday and Wednesday 10am until 5pm; and Saturday 10am until 4pm.
Hot Springs was named for the mineral waters that flow in the area. We are generally known around the world as Camas Hot Springs. Some believe these waters have comparable medicinal values with Baden-Baden, Germany.
We are located 30 miles from Flathead Lake, 65 miles from Kalispell, and approximately 75 miles from Missoula in Western Montana. We are located on the Flathead Indian Reservation and considered part of Glacier Country in Montana.
To find Hot Springs; (from Missoula) take highway 93 north to Ravalli. Turn left on Highway 200. Travel 20 miles to Perma. Cross the bridge at Perma on Highway 382. Take 382 16 miles to join Highway 28. Turn right and drive 2 miles to blinking light. Turn left and go 2 miles. You are here.
To find Hot Springs; (from Kalispell) go south on Highway 93 approximately 35 miles to Elmo. Turn right on highway 28 and then travel approximately 28 miles to blinking light and turn right. 2 miles in and you are here.
To find Hot Springs; (from Spokane) take I-90 South to St. Regis. Take Highway 135 21 miles until it joins Highway 200. Turn left on 200. Travel 7 miles to highway 28 and turn right. Travel 19 miles to the blinking light. Turn left and drive 2 miles. You are here.
We do have Zoning in Hot Springs and we require Zoning Compliance permits.
THE 2011 TOWN ORDINANCES WERE APPROVED FOR ADOPTION AT THE MAY 3 AND JUNE 7, 2011 TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS FOLLOWING THE REQUIRED PUBLIC HEARINGS. THE 2011 VERSION OF THE TOWN OF HOT SPRINGS ORDINANCE BOOK BECOMES EFFECTIVE ON JULY 8, 2011. HARD COPIES OF THE ORDINANCE BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PRESTON TOWN-COUNTY LIBRARY AND THE TOWN HALL DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS.
TO SEE THE TOWN ORDINANCE FOR 2011 CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW
The following links may be beneficial to you.
DPHHS has been receiving numerous calls from homeowners and the general public regarding flooding concerns. Even though we do not regulate private homes, we would like to be able to offer helpful information to folks in these stressful situations. Here are some resources we would like you to be aware of and maybe pass along to those in your community.
DEQ’s ‘Flood Information’ webpage (includes specific information on wells, septic systems, cleanup
If an individual has issues in their home, they need to consult with a building, electrical or mold remediation contractor and/or inspector. All can be found in the Yellow Pages or on the internet.