Animal Control Board

Meetings
  • Twice a year, or called as needed
  • Animal Shelter
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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For additional agendas and minutes or more information, contact Animal Control Supervisor Tom Stinchfield at (406) 657-8225.

Members

Robert Pumphrey
First term expires 12/31/16
1017 O'Malley Drive
Billings MT  59105

Charles Bushey
Term expires 12/31/16
1333 Colton Blvd.
Billings MT  59102

Delmer Schmidt
First term expires 12/31/17
4123 June Drive
Billings MT  59106

Jeannette Vieg
First term expires 12/31/17
525 Gay Place
Billings MT  59102

Cara Chamberlain
First term expires 12/31/17
933 Yale Avenue
Billings MT  59102

*Cannot be reappointed when this term expires


Overview
There are five members who serve four-year terms.

Article 4-201 & 202
There is hereby created an Animal Control Board. The board shall be composed of five members who shall possess the qualifications for office required for the office of Mayor and shall be appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the Council.

Responsibilities

The Animal Control Board shall serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council and shall be for the purpose of providing citizens input to the policy decisions of the City Council. The primary responsibilities of the board are to:
  • Review existing and proposed City policies and to review City department activities to ensure that City policies are being implemented and carried out and further
  • Report any shortcomings and to make recommendations to the City Council in the formulation of programs and policies to improve among others the following areas of concern:
    • Operation of the City animal shelter and pound, including sanitation and financial efficiency
    • The humane disposition of all of the animals held in the animal shelter or pound
    • The formulation of policies, regulations, implementation and control of animals within the City
    • Solving the serious problem created by the uncontrolled reproduction of pet animals
    • Cooperate with other municipal, county and state governments