News and Announcements



**Comment time has been extended till January 31, 2018** PRINCIPAL GOAL OF THE HELENA OPEN LANDS MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (HOLMAC) WORK PLAN:  To outline land management activities scheduled for implementation in the...[more]

Category: Parks All


West Side Annexation - Phase 1

west side annexation phase 1 map

The first phase in the city's west side annexation project is officially annexed.[more]

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West Side Water Meter Replacement

It May Be Time for Your Meter to be Replaced[more]

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Project Update: Aftershock Trail Bridge

While it was our hope to have the Aftershock Trail bridge completed be now, with the recent change in the weather construction has been halted.  Yesterday the main beams were set, yet the bridge is still not ready for use...[more]

Category: Parks All


New: Countdown Clock for Snow Clearing

New this season is the countdown clock for snow clearing.  This clocks counts down 24 hours after the snow stops falling displaying the remaining time until sidewalks must be shoveled.  Any sidewalks not cleared after...[more]

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RAVE Alert Mobile Safety

Register your cell, e-mail address and home phone to receive emergency alerts

RAVE Alert™ is the official emergency mass notification system used by public safety officials at the City of Helena and Lewis and Clark County to communicate with community residents during emergencies. Sign up now to receive free alerts via text message, email, and/or voice message.

  •     Add your address to receive geo-targeted alert
  •     Indicate how you want to be notified: text, email, and/or voice message.

To receive GEO targeted emergency notifications go to:

To simply register a Cell Phone and an e-mail address go to: and click on the “REGISTER” button.

Need to update your emergency notification preferences? Click here to log in to your account. 

For more information please contact Peter Callahan, 911 Center Supervisor, at 447-8233 or pcallahan(at)

Banner image courtesy of Crystal Nance