Welcome to Laurel, Montana…
The best city in the State of Montana. I personally invite you to visit our community and to experience life the way it should be. Our downtown is friendly, quaint, and diverse. We are both visitor and business friendly. Laurel is in a period of unprecedented building and development, which is bringing our quality of life to new highs. We offer specialty shops, fine dining, and top rated accommodations. Our City parks offer camping, fishing, tennis courts, basketball courts, skateboarding, playground equipment, swimming, and more. Laurel is located on the banks of the majestic Yellowstone River in the center of a wide range of places to visit, sites to see, and activities to partake in. Within one hour’s drive, we offer blue-ribbon trout fishing, the Beartooth Wilderness, hiking, biking, sight-seeing, and skiing. We are located just 15 miles from the largest municipality in the region and 114 miles from Yellowstone National Park. The City of Laurel is a great place to live. Browse through our web site and see first hand what we have to offer. Better yet, come and visit us in person. You’ll not regret the occasion.
Ken Olson, Mayor
The elected officials, appointed committee members, employees, and volunteers of the City of Laurel are committed to developing and enhancing our community’s quality of life while preserving the City’s unique character. We accomplish this by providing the best municipal services possible.
We dedicate ourselves to excellence in our provision of services to the community. We constantly strive for more effective ways to meet community needs. Our goal is, simply, to be the best.
We dedicate ourselves to responsive service to the citizens of Laurel. We strive to understand the needs and wishes of the community and to meet them to the best of our abilities. We are committed to constructive dialogue. We are committed to enhancing citizen awareness of and appreciation for government operations.
We dedicate ourselves to optimum efficiency in our service to the community. We value our stewardship of public resources and strive for the most responsible use of those resources.
We dedicate ourselves to working together for the benefit of our community. Recognizing that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, we strive for team approaches to service provision and problem-solving.
We dedicate ourselves to treating each person with dignity and respect regardless of race, color, creed, gender, disability, or national origin. We strive to always treat others as each of us would be treated.