Park County is located in south central Montana. When the Northern Pacific Railroad opened its central repair facility in 1882, it established Livingston as a major transportation hub in the region. Livingston is located at the intersection of Interstate 90 and Highway 89, is home to Montana Rail Link, and is in close proximity to the two busiest international airports in the state.

Park County covers a land area of 2,803 square miles ranging in elevation from 4,000 to 12,000 feet and had a population density of 5.6 people per square mile. Nestled between four mountain ranges and spanning the beautiful Paradise and Shields Valleys, Park County is the 12th most populous county in Montana.

Billings, the largest town in the state, is 115 miles to the east. Bozeman, the fastest growing town in the state, is 25 miles to the west. Livingston has the best strategic location of all small communities in Montana.

The City of Livingston/Park County GIS Department’s Interactive Map Site  provides access to up-to-date data to assist you in your business decisions, including socioeconomic, land use, and infrastructure. This includes a Livingston Zoning Map, Livingston Water and Sewer Infrastructure Map, Park County Zoning Map, and Park County Road Map.