Town of Whitehall
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Monday - Thursday
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Monday February 20th garbage services will be done on Tuesday, February21st, 2023. Thank you.
We are now offering Low Income Home Water Assistance Program.
LIHWAP Outreach Brochure Language
Click the link to see if you qualify!
Tune in and watch our Monthly Council Meetings at:
Laws regarding County burn permits must be followed. Visit County Burn Permit and Notification Service (egovmt.com) to obtain a Burning Permit.
New Residents - WELCOME Packet
Click the link above to access your WELCOME packet. The packet includes tons of helpful information for new residents. Welcome to the Town of Whitehall, we are happy to have you!
If your utility bill seems high, don't hesitate to contact the Clerks @ 406-287-3972. You might have a leak.
The Town has many Committee's that need volunteers. Contact the Office @ 406-287-3972 for more information or check out the Committee's page under Resident Services. You can also attend our Council Meetings which are held the 2nd Monday of every month located at the Town Hall, 207 E. Legion starting at 7pm.
A Message for Our Seniors
The Medicare Advantage Plan aims to be a trusted healthcare information source for aging adults and their loved ones. If you need assistance or would like some more information, click the link above and it will redirect you to their website.
Seniors often have unique needs, and the same can be said for their storage unit requirements. We recently created a guide on everything people need to know about storage facilities for aging adults. You can view the guide by clicking the link above.
We recently published, what we believe, to be the most easy-to-understand guide on the ins and outs of Medicare. This free resource highlights coverage, costs, eligibility, and enrollment information, along with answers to some frequently asked questions.
Our guide would be a valuable reference for your senior residents and their families in discovering the best-assisted living facilities that suit their needs within your state.
This organization provides extensive information regarding elderly addiction and gives people with a chemical dependency the tools to reach sobriety. The goal of our site is to create a healthier and happier community, free from substance misuse issues.
- April 3, 2023: WATER, SEWER, GARBAGE MEETING at 1:00 pm,
- April 3, 2023: STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS MEETING at 1:30 pm,
- April 3, 2023: PLANNING BOARD MEETING at 7:00 pm,
- April 17, 2023: TOWN COUNCIL MEETING at 7:00 pm,
- April 19, 2023: TIFF MEETING at 7:00 pm,