DUE TO COVID-19 Coronavirus 2020
SANDERS COUNTY COURTHOUSE REOPENS
Sanders County Courthouse is again fully open to the public.
Beginning June 1, screening at the front door was discontinued, but the public is highly encouraged to:
–Wash hands or use the hand sanitizer at entry doors upon entering the building;
–Maintain a 6’ distance from others, and follow floor markings that direct “traffic,” and use spots that are marked as standing locations.
–Individuals age 5 and older must wear some form of face covering.
On July 15, 2020, Montana Governor Steve Bullock issued a directive about wearing non-medical face coverings. For more, go to the Coronavirus Information Page.
Welcome to Sanders County
Sanders County is located in Northwestern Montana. It is bordered on the west by Idaho’s Panhandle and is Montana’s 18th most populous county with approximately 11,000 residents. The county was established in 1905 and named after Wilbur Fisk Sanders, pioneer and U.S. Senator from Montana.
The Clark Fork River, a tributary of the Columbia, runs the length of the valley in Sanders County. The county also encompasses the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness and two National Forests.