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Community and Planning Services: Parks and Trails Program
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About the Program...

The Missoula County Parks and Trails Program is one section within Community and Planning Services. Staff works with the Missoula County Parks and Trails Advisory Board to plan, develop, and manage the County's park system, consisting of 90 parks on over 645 acres. Parks and Trails staff collaborates with County Public Works to manage approximately 45 miles of shared-use paths and recreational trails and to plan for future trail connections.

Partnerships with local communities, neighborhood groups, service and non-profit organizations are a key component to the Parks and Trails Program. The County Parks and Trails Advisory Board assists these groups with funding through its Capital and Maintenance Matching Grants, and its Noxious Weed Grant Partnership Program with the Missoula County Weed District.

Types of parks found throughout the County include neighborhood, community, regional, and conservation parks. Facilities, offered within some of these parks include, but are not limited to: walking trails, ball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and wildlife viewing areas.

Clinton Conservation Park


NEW! Tom Green Memorial Park Advisory Board Meeting, August 20, 2015, 4:00 p.m. Wylie St. (South) Entrance to Tom Green Park.
1. Call to Order
2. Public Comments and Announcements
3. Financial Report
4. Items Involving Guests and Action Items
   a. Update on Hounstounge Removal Project
   b. Proposal to Relocate Pineview Dr. Entrance Staircase
   c. Request to Remove Dead Trees Along Southern Perimeter
5. Adjournment

The vision of Missoula County Parks and Trails Program is to promote personal health, social well-being,
and economic benefits that improve the quality
of life in Missoula County.


It is our mission to provide and maintain a sustainable system of parks and trails that protects a diversity of habitats and open space where people of all ages may participate in activities blending passive and active outdoor recreation.

Please contact Lisa Moisey, County Parks and Trails Manager, at 406-258-4716 or with any questions.

Updated June 8, 2015


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