Kootenai River, Troy Montana
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City of Troy, Montana

View of the Kootenai River from the Roosevelt Bridge
301 E. Kootenai, Troy, Montana 59935
Phone: 406-295-4151
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Troy, Montana
Population: 938
(Census Year 2010)
Elevation: 1888
Latitude:48.46 N
Logtitude: 115.89 W

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The City of Troy, Montana is a community in Northwest Montana that has the destinction of being the Gateway to Montana and lowest in elevation. Nestled between mountains and along the banks of the Kootenai River, with plenty of wildlife and scenic views to enjoy.

Arbor Day Foundation Names Troy Tree City USA

Arbor Day Foundation

Troy, Montana was named a 2015 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of it's committment to effective urban forest management.

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New Patrol Vehicles for the Troy Police Department

Thanks to RD/DNRC for the grant. Without the grant the three vehicles would have only been one vehicle. Troy Police Vehicles

2015 Water Quality Report

View the Water Quality Report for the City of Troy!
» 2015 Water Quality Report

Accepting Credit Card Payments Online

The City of Troy accepts credit card payments online.
Visit the link found on the left.

CITY CODES Available Online

The City Codes for the City of Troy can be viewed by selecting the link on the left, or by clicking here » » City Codes
City of Troy, Montana
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm

Phone Number

City Council Meetings
3rd Wednesday of each month.
Troy Chamber of Commerce
Phone: (406)295-1064

Three Rivers Ranger District
Phone: (406)295-4693

Troy Post Office
223 E. Kootenai Ave.
Phone: (406)295-4021

Animal Control
Phone: (406)295-4411

Building Codes Bureau
Phone: (406)295-9689

Power & Light Office
Phone: (406)295-4540

Senior Citizens
Phone: (406)295-4140

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