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Director Jeff Amerman.Phone: (406) 497-6320.Fax: (406) 497-6328.The Butte-Silver Bow Finance Office has received the highest possible rating from the Government Finance Officers' Association. The Finance & Budget Office is dedicated to providing efficient cost savings for the City-County. The office is responsible for annual finance reporting of the City-County's expenditures.The Budget & Finance Office provides the following internal services: Accounting, Budgeting, Investments, Asset Management, Purchasing/Payments, and Computer Services (. Other pages that may be of interest to you:.Council of Commissioner Minutes.Information About Voting.Sample Ballots for November 2, 2010 Election.Sally Hollis.Courthouse, Room 208.155 W. Granite St.Phone: (406) 497-6335.Fax: (406) 497-6328.The Clerk and Recorder is responsible for maintaining the official records of the city and county of Butte-Silver Bow and also serves as the government's chief election officer. The Clerk and Recorder processes all vouchers and writes warrants approved by the Council of Commissioners' Finance and Budget Committee. The Clerk and Recorder is an elected position. The Clerk and Recorder's office is located in the Courthouse, 155 West Granite Street, Room 208. Phone (406) 497-6344 (election or voting), 497-6345 (official records); 497-6336 (.land ownership.Forms to register to vote, change your name or address (for voting), or request an absentee ballot are available from the.State of Montana's web site.Finance and Budget.City and County of Butte-Silver Bow.State of Montana.2009-2010 Management Budget. (1 MB) .
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Auditor.Danette Harrington.Phone: (406) 497-6205.Fax: (406) 497-6328.The Auditor's Office provides the City and County of Butte-Silver Bow with an internal auditing capacity. The Auditor is required by law to examine all accounts and payrolls of Butte-Silver Bow. Internal audits are also required of certain smaller school districts within the County.The Auditor is an elected position.The Auditor's Office is located in the Courthouse, 155 West Granite, Room 103, Butte, MT 59701.Clerk and Recorder. Detention Center.Developmental Disabilities.District Court.Employment Opportunities.Fire Department.Government Buildings.Health Department.Justice of the Peace.Landfill.Land Records.Law Enforcement.Library.Maintenance.Metro Sewer.Parks and Recreation.Parking Commission.Personnel.Planning.Public Administrator.Public Transit.Office of Emergency Management.Superintendent of Schools.Treasurer.Water Utility.Weed Control.Youth Court.Finance and Records.The departments listed on this page,.provide the following internal services:. Select One.Assessor.Auditor.Clerk and Recorder.Finance and Budget.Land Records.Personnel.Treasurer.Assessor.Dan Fisher.Phone: (406) 497-6290.Fax: (406) 497-6328.The Assessor is responsible for assessing personal property and business taxes, keeps tax parcels and records, checks records for accuracy, issues refunds, and submits state reports for the.Department of Revenue.The Assessor is an elected position. The Assessor's Office is located in the Courthouse, Room 203, 155 West Granite Street, Butte, Montana 59701.
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The function of the Butte-Silver Bow Government is to serve the citizens of the city of Butte and Silver Bow County. Our government's goal is to improve and maintain governmental operations and conditions within the boundaries of Silver Bow County.
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Employees:.Linda Sajor-Joyce, Director.Alyson Harvey-Williams, Computer Analyst.Chad Tipton, Programmer.Human Resources Department.Director: Lindsey Moe.Courthouse, Room 209.155 W. Granite St.Phone: (406) 497-6430.The mission of the Human Resources Department is to develop and administer a sound program of personnel administration and employee relations. Activities include: contract negotiations; contract drafting; employee relations; personnel records; compliance reviews; drafting personnel policies; health insurance administration; interviews; drafting job descriptions; and risk management and workers' compensation administration. The Human Resources office is located in the Courthouse, Room 209. Phone: (406) 497-6430. In the fall of 1994, the first section of land (1 square mile) of the uptown area of Butte was converted to GIS. Linking CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) data from the Silver Bow Appraisal/Assessment Office with the cadastral map showed unlimited potential to the data queries that could be done. In early 2002, cadastral mapping of the entire county was completed, making county-wide data queries possible. Now, with the.Montana Department of Administrations Cadastral web site., this information is available to the public. MIS (Managemant Information Systems).Director: Linda Sajor-Joyce.Courthouse, Room 205.Phone: (406) 497-6450.The MIS Department provides computer support and management services to the Departments within Butte-Silver Bow Government. Services provided include:.PC hardware and software support.Server management.Network (LAN & WAN) operations and security.Corporate database management.Telecommunications (voice and data).Email and Internet support.Our network is Windows-based and includes several independent LANs. Along with support for our intranet, we provide communications and support for systems connecting to the State of Montana and the Internet.
Essential Public Works Services, (water, sewer, and road maintenance) are available 24 hours, seven days a week.- To report a water problem, dial 497-6540;.- A sewer problem, 497-6550;.- A road maintenance problem, 497-6565;.- An animal control problem, 782-4467.The function of the Butte-Silver Bow Government is to serve the citizens of the city of Butte and Silver Bow County. Our government's goal is to improve and maintain governmental operations and conditions within the boundaries of Silver Bow County. Forecast.Cameras.Photos.© 2007-2010 Butte-Silver Bow.·.Contact.·.Visitor Information.·.Privacy Statement.·.Search.
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[PDF/64KB] are done by the Land Records Office.Cadastral mapping comes from the word Cadastre, which means Tax Rolls. This is based on fee ownership of land, so that a cadastral map is actually an ownership map showing property boundaries in relationship to other geographical features such as roads, streams, or any other physical element that may affect ownership. The ownership mapping in Butte is incredibly difficult, considering the mining history of the city. Mining claims are overlaid by city lots and blocks, road right-of-ways, railroad right-of-ways, and an assortment of metes & bounds surveys, making the mapping of Butte area property boundaries one of the most difficult in the northwestern United States. The Budget Office is located at the Courthouse, Room 207.2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).PDF 3.37MB.2008-2009 Final Budget PDF 4 MB.2009-2010 Final Budget PDF 7 MB.Land Records.Manager: Robert A. Macioroski.Courthouse, Room 208.155 W. Granite St.Phone: (406) 497-6336.Fax: (406) 497-6328.The Butte-Silver Bow Land Records Office was established as a result of the Local Government Study Commission and subsequent public vote for the creation of the Land Records Office in November 1996. The Butte-Silver Bow Land Records Office is responsible for the modernization and maintenance of all land records and tracking of property ownership through GIS (Geographic Information System) in Butte-Silver Bow County. All land-related work, including cadastral mapping, property ownership transfers, delinquent property tax parcel management, property ownership codes, property addressing, SID (Special Improvement Districts) management, and the sale of County-owned property under the.Council of Commissioners' Adjacent Landowner Policy.
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