Law & Justice Center Bond

photo of a building

Safety 

Service

Sustainability

 


Gallatin County voters will be asked this November to decide on a
$59 million bond to replace the current Law and Justice Center in
Bozeman.

The current building, originally constructed as a Catholic high school, has long outlived its purpose and needs upgraded to be safer for visitors and employees, to better serve our county's rapidly growing population and to be a sustainable building for our community for decades to come. 

The new center would include space for:

Sheriff's Office

Victim Services

Coroner

District Court

Justice Court

County Attorney's Office

Clerk of District Court

Youth Court


Ballots will be mailed to voters on Oct. 16

Need to register to vote, update your address or figure out where you can drop off your
ballot? Please click here to visit our
Election Department page for more
information!


Website paid for by Gallatin County
311 W. Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Committee treasurer: Whitney Bermes, communications coordinator

Contact Info for Questions

NameTitleOffice Phone
Joe Skinner

County Commissioner

406-582-3000

Don Seifert

County Commissioner

406-582-3000

Scott MacFarlane

County Commissioner

406-582-3000

Gallatin County Sheriff

406-582-2000

County Attorney

406-582-3745

County Administrator

406-582-3007

Whitney Bermes

Communications Coordinator

406-582-3008