Changes to City Services during COVID-19 Pandemic
Here is the press release from the City of Missoula released on Sunday morning.
‘All non-essential City meetings are canceled or postponed. This includes Neighborhood Councils, planning meetings and other meetings that are not legally required. Please consult the City calendar. The City Council is not scheduled to meet on March 18 or to hold committee meetings that week. Council meetings will continue. We are taking this measure for the health of our employees and the public. The situation will change day-to-day.
We’re making these changes to City service delivery:
Parks and Recreation has closed Currents Aquatics Center and canceled most recreation and aquatics programs. Visit www.missoulaparks.org for information.
The public service window at the Finance Department on the second floor of City Hall is closed. Payments can be made in the following ways:
Sewer: Pay online at https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us by clicking on payments. Use the drop boxes at 435 Ryman St. and 1345 W. Broadway. Mail payments to P.O. Box 5388, Missoula, 59806. Pay by phone at 552-6125.
Water/Stormwater: Pay online at https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us by clicking on payments. Mail to P.O. Box 5388, Missoula, 59806 or 1345 W. Broadway, Missoula, 59801. Pay by phone at 866-790-7218 or 552-6700.
Parking tickets: Pay online at https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us by clicking on payments. Use the dropboxes at 435 Ryman St. and 128 W. Main St. Pay by phone at 552-6250.
Dog and chicken licenses: Pay online at https://www.missoulacounty.us/government/health/health-department/animal-control/dog-licensing or https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/130/Dog-license. Use the dropbox at 435 Ryman St. Mail to 6700 Butler Creek Road or 435 Ryman St. By phone, call 541-7387 or 552-6125.
Deferred prosecution: Phone 552-6125 or use the drop box at 435 Ryman St.
Other information: Call 552-6125.
Missoula Water has suspended all non-emergency services in customers’ homes.’
The Parking front office is closed. Parking has suspended the use of booting. Payment for parking at kiosks or by app is still required. You may pay parking tickets online, by mail and by phone as described above.'