Montrose is the Gateway to the Beaver Valley. It is 11 km east of Trail and 5 km west of Fruitvale situated along Highway 3B.
Canada Post, Montrose Service, Montrose Garden Restaurant and many home based businesses operate within the Village.
Kootenay Boundary Transit System provides services throughout the day.
Local newspaper - Trail Times, Rossland and Trail News
Air services: Pacific Coastal at the Trail Airport and Air Canada at Castlegar Airport provide daily flights to Vancouver and Calgary.
Call 911 for RCMP – Ambulance – Fire
Montrose has a local Fire Department as part of the Regional Fire Services – District Fire Chief is Kim McLean
Commissionaires provide bylaw enforcement for the Village as required.
Sewer treatment facility is located in Montrose and managed by Village employees.
Garbage collection is every Wednesday; Recycling, every other Wednesday; Yard & Garden pickup from April to October (watch for newsletters and notices at Post Office bulletin board for specifics or check the Calendar)
Montrose Park - 9th Avenue includes a Ball Field, Playground, Spray Park and Memorial Gardens
Viewmont Park - 11th Avenue - Playground & Basketball Court
Frontier Park - 6th Street - Playground
Montrose Community Hall bookings can be made at the Village Office and are available for a wide variety of events. The hall has a commercial kitchen and smaller lower hall facilities.
Local Government Council Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month and are held in the Council Chambers at the Village Office. Meetings are open to the public.
Utility bills (water, sewer) are mailed in January with a discount date of February 28th and are payable at the Village Office.
Property taxes are mailed in late May, are due by July 2nd and are payable at the Village Office.
Everyone who operates a business (including home based) within the Village requires a business license available at the Village Office.
Animal Owners (dog & cat) are required to obtain licences at the Village Office in January of each year.
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