CITY WIDE, CITY PRIDE
The Scobey City Council would like to invite the residents of Scobey and surrounding area to join in our City Wide, City Pride Campaign. This will not only be a monthly focus for everyone to take part in, but also a new way to approach beautifying our little City! Through time, age has taken a toll on things around town and with a little hard work and some togetherness it's our belief that we can start to turn that around. So, look forward t a monthly focus in the DC Leader or on the City's Facebook page or just go do something on your own to beautify this great City of ours!!!
BULK WATER RATES
Starting February 1, 2021, the rate for bulk water will be $15.00 per thousand gallons. The Scobey City Council approved Resolution No. 1032 on January 5, 2021 which sets the current rate for bulk water.
Notice of Change in Water Supply
The City of Scobey will be receiving water from Dry Prairie Rural Water on Tuesday , December 1st. Here is what the public can expect:
During the initial change in water source, there will be many locations where the City of Scobey and Dry Prairie employees will be flushing out water that is in the pipelines and will be replacing it with the new water. During this flushing you may experience periods of low pressure or even no water for a short time. There is no need to call the office unless you experience total water loss for more than a few hours.
Please be aware by switching to chloramine disinfection, there will probably be some chlorinous taste and odor for a couple days during the switch as the water in the system is turned over. You can help alleviate this by running water for a time within your home.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this transition.
2021 Dog/Cat Licenses
are now available at City Hall
ALL DOGS AND CATS IN THE CITY OF SCOBEY ARE TO BE LICENSED YEARLY, AS PER CITY ORDINANCE 6.08.020
THESE LICENSES EXPIRE
Proof of Rabies Vaccination Certificate is required at the time of licensing
Not Spayed/Neutered $20.00
FEES WILL DOUBLE IF PAID AFTER
MARCH 31, 2021
Located on 20 acres just west of Scobey, Montana, is the Daniels County Museum and Pioneer Town. Thirty-five historic buildings have been restored to depict a town in the early 1900's.