GovernanceBoards & Councils9-1-1

State of Montana 9-1-1 Program

911 logo

 The State of Montana 9-1-1 Program assists local and tribal governments in the development of 9-1-1 emergency systems throughout the state. The program manages the quarterly allocation and distribution of state 9-1-1 revenues and monitors use of the funding by local and tribal governments and wireless service providers. 

The new 9-1-1 grant program (beginning in state fiscal year 2019) is a state-funded program created by the 2017 Legislature.  The program's legislative purpose is to support the implementation, operation, and maintenance of 9-1-1 systems, equipment, devices, and data. 

*2020 Grant Applications:   The state 9-1-1 Program is now accepting SFY2020 grant applications (application link below) completed forms returned via mail or email must be received by the department by 5:00pm Wednesday April 15, 2020.

*2019 Executed Grant Contracts:  Please remember to complete your quarterly progress reports (form link below) so payment/reimbursements can be processed.  THANK YOU!

Program LINK INformation Program LINK information (Cont.) 
PSAP Manager List 9-1-1 Grant Program Trade Secret Affidavit
PSAP Allowable Uses of Funds  Expenditure Report Instructions
PSAP Certification Application 9-1-1 Program Monitoring FAQs
PSAP Quarterly Distributions SFY 2017 ePass Service
PSAP Allocation of Funds for Certified PSAPs  Text to 9-1-1 Information
9-1-1 Grant Application Form SFY 2020 Certified Montana PSAPs
9-1-1 Grant Notice of Funding Availability SFY2020 Grant Payment/Reimbursement Form
DOJ Risk Assessment for CJIN/CJIS  Grant Program Quarterly Progress Form