Rosebud County

Rosebud County, Montana

1200 Main St
Forsyth, MT 59327
Phone: (406) 346-2251
Fax: (406) 356-7551

In south-central MT, east of Billling; organized Feb 11, 1901 from Custer County. Name Origin: For Rosebud Creek, which runs through the county; named for the profusion of wild roses along its banks

Area (sq mi):: 5026.94 (land 5012.37; water 14.57) Population per square mile: 1.80
Population 2005: 9,212 State rank: 21 Population change: 2000-20005 -1.80%; 1990-2000 -10.70% Population 2000: 9,383 (White 63.50%; Black or African American 0.20%; Hispanic or Latino 2.30%; Asian 0.30%; Other 35.10%). Foreign born: 1.10%. Median age: 34.50
Income 2000: per capita $15,032; median household $35,898; Population below poverty level: 22.40% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $21,654-$24,473
Unemployment (2004): 5.30% Unemployment change (from 2000): -1.80% Median travel time to work: 16.00 minutes Working outside county of residence: 6.10%
Cities with population over 10,000: None
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And Debra from Rosebud County has two daughters who work for the Indian Health Service and are worried they won't be able to buy groceries if they don't receive a paycheck this week.
The plant employs approximately 320 people in the town of Colstrip in Rosebud County, Montana.
In July 2016, the owners of Units 1 and 2 of the coal-fired Colstrip Electric Generating Station in Rosebud County, Montana, agreed to shut those units down no later than July 2022.
How do the changes that directly affect roughly 800 jobs at the generating station and the adjacent mine contained in a few square miles of land in Rosebud County produce such outsized effects?
District 5: Big Horn County, Carbon County, Carter County, Custer County, Fallon County, Golden Valley County, Musselshell County, Powder River County, Rosebud County, Stillwater County, Treasure County, Wheatland County and Yellowstone County
The Rosebud complex in Colstrip, Rosebud County, produces about 9 million tons annually.
Micheaux, identified in the byline as "Government Crop Expert for Rosebud County," tells of the almost tenfold increase in land values since he arrived in South Dakota.
The mapping project was initiated by Musselshell County, Petroleum County, and Rosebud County and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC).
Figure 2 Per Capita Federal Spending, FY 2010 Retirement and Disability, Montana and County Dollars Ranking Montana $3,440 7 Cascade $4,185 20 Flathead $3,662 29 Gallatin $2,143 55 Lewis &Clark $3,608 31 Missoula $2,847 51 Silver Bow $3,816 24 Yellowstone $3,148 48 Top Five Daniels County $7,472 Sheridan County $5,898 Mineral County $5,449 Prairie County $5,099 Sanders County $4,957 Bottom Five Rosebud County $2,714 Glacier County $2,595 Big Horn County $2,271 Gallatin County $2,143 Toole County $2,040 Source: U.S.
on April 6, 2016, at the office of Rosebud County Courthouse, 1200 Main Street, Forsyth, MT 59327.
For a common set of 22 budgeted funds, Fallon County spends three and a half times as much, per capita, as Rosebud County, which in turn spends more than twice the Custer county figure.[3] In other words, Fallon County budgets almost eight times as much per capita as does Custer County.
This means that a typical residence in Missoula County is assessed more than two and a half times as much in property taxes as a residence of equal market value in Rosebud County. Some of this difference represents the additional or higher cost services (e.g., a paid fire department) provided in the urbanized areas of Missoula County, but most of the difference arise because Rosebud's property tax base includes the Colstrip power plants, thus enabling it to levy relatively low mill rates.