Alberton, Montana 406 722-3404
Alberton Montana town administration informationAlberton Montana town administration information
Town Clerk:
Leslie Hottinger

(406) 722-3404

Email:
townofalberton@blackfoot.net
TOWN STAFF
Water/Sewer Operator:
Charlie Jenkins

(406) 722-3404

Email:
albertonsandwops@gmail.com
TOWN OF ALBERTON Town Info & Administration
All Rights Reserved - 2024
CONTACT Us: 406 722-3404
TOWN ADMINISTRATION
The Town of Alberton is governed by a Mayor and a Town Council. They meet monthly in a public quorum to manage town operations, which includes a water/treatment plant, community center and memorial park.
Mayor:
Anna LeDuc

(406) 722-3404

Email: albertoncouncild2@gmail.com
2024
TOWN COUNCIL
The Alberton Town Council meets on the First Tuesday of the Month at the Alberton Community Center. You can contact Council Members by calling the Town Office at (406) 722-3404. Learn more.
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Alberton Community Center was once a busy train station for the Milwaukee Railway
TRAIN DEPOT STILL CHUGGING
Alberton's Community Center was once the town's Milwaukee Railroad Depot.
MEETING VENUE FOR RENT
Alberton's Community Center serves many functions. It houses our Senior Center, which serves nutritious meals at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It also contains our Public Library, and every month our town leaders gather there for an evening Council Meeting. This space is available for community gatherings.
COMMUNITY CENTER
Rental Events Calendar
A MOUNTAIN NAMED CINDERELLA
The Alberton area has distinctive topography due to a glacial flood.
Alberton Montana and its community-minded citizens are enclosed by mountains
Contact Pat Davies
FOOD PANTRY OPEN WEDNESDAYS
Alberton area residents are community minded -- helping others where they can. This includes operating a Food Pantry. Open twice a month (2nd and 4th Wednesdays) by volunteers, the Food Pantry is next to the Frenchtown Rural Fire District Station #8 on 5th Avenue.
FOOD PANTRY HOURS:
1 - 6 pm | 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the Month

Note: November & December hours may fluctuate due to holiday scheduling.
TOWN OFFICE HOURS
Alberton MT
(406) 722-3404
EMAIL Town
Open
Monday - Thursday |  9 am - 3 pm
607 Railroad Avenue | PO Box 115 | Alberton MT 59820
The incorporated Town of Alberton is located near the Montana / Idaho border along US Interstate 90 and the Clark Fork River. We're just 30 miles east of Superior (the Mineral County Seat) and 30 miles west of Missoula, western Montana's largest city. Our Town Office is open four days a week: 9 am - 3 pm Monday - Thursday.
Sewage treatment pond in Alberton, MT
ALBERTON WATER / SEWER
The water supply for the Town of Alberton comes from a natural spring. The Town operates a Water & Sewer Treatment plant with a state-licensed operator directed by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Rules of Operation.

Residential use of water (sewer) is metered monthly. Water/Sewer Bills are mailed at the first of each month with several payment methods.
Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting
Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting
Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting
Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting Agenda for latest Alberton Town Council Meeting
COUNCIL MEMBER:
Marvin Garding
COUNCIL MEMBER:
Betsy Huegelmann
COUNCIL MEMBER:
Kyle Cirincione
COUNCIL MEMBER:
Sharon Briggs
Community News: Next Town Council Meeting is July 2nd, 2024
Skateboarder flies through the sky at the Alberton Skate Park MT
ALBERTON SKATEPARK
Albertonians and visitors enjoy the skatepark, built by Evergreen Skateparks, at the east end of our Hank Roat Memorial Park. Surrounded by trees with a picnic table and garbage can, the skatepark is the brainchild of The PEAK (Promoting Excellence in Alberton-area Kids) Foundation.  Public Bathrooms in the Park are open from May to October.
PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE. Use of skatepark is limited to daylight hours. Keep noise to a minimum and refrain from smoking/vaping.
A SKATEPARK AT ITS PEAK
A Tony Hawk Foundation grant helped finance the beloved Alberton skatepark.