The Missoula County Public Works department, along with the Office of Emergency Management, are actively working to address major road and bridge damage caused by flooding. These issues are discovered by road crews and reported by members of the public. As we manage these reports, calls and known issues are tracked through the mapping tool below. You can also view a larger version of the map here.
The map identifies reported issues. When clicking on a location, the map will display the County staff member who investigated the issue, his/her contact information, cause of damage, when the damage was first reported, the location, any photos of the damage, a description, if this incident is a threat to public safety, an estimated timeline of pending repairs, current action being taken, and an initial cost estimate of the damage.
If you are aware of issues not captured on this map, please call County Engineer, Erik Dickson at (406) 258-3772 or Public Works Operations Coordinator, Kris Blank at (406) 258-3710 to report the claim. If this is a threat to public safety, please call 9-1-1.
Please note, this is a dynamic tool that County staff use to facilitate and manage known issues. Information is updated as we receive it. Should emergent situations arise, we will use all possible communications channels to update those affected, including Smart 911 alerts, social media postings and notifications on our website. If you have not created a free Smart 911 account, we encourage you to do so. Please also be sure to follow Missoula County on Facebook and Twitter for alerts.