On Dillon Time

Visitors come to Dillon and swear they have stepped back in time. We are a charming, small, ranch town who loves to rodeo, golf, hike, explore, and most of all, fly fish! The workforce is Dillon is not afraid of work, as most people have several income streams. Play is important, both summer and winter. Dogs are a favorite companion you will find, as most folks take them everywhere they go. From summer rodeos, team roping clinics, to concerts and Shakespeare in the Park, Dillon Montana is a great place to Lose Yourself | Discover Yourself!

Dillon Montana is situated in a valley that is 5,200 feet above sea level with the Continental Divide on three sides. As Montana weather goes, we tend to be in the banana belt with less snow and milder temps. It does get very windy in Dillon, but the views are spectacular, and you are just a few minutes away from your dream vacation, fishing or hunting trip.

Climate & Elevation

Agribusiness Workforce

Dillon is home to the University of Montana Western. A college of about 1,500 students from all over the world! Their Career Outreach program offers welding classes and other classes to build skills and certifications needed for our community. Their Natural Horsemanship Program offers students to learn skills unmatched in any other bachelors’ program. Our Beaverhead County School District boasts trade-school, vocational-school, as well as college prep. Agriculture remains the main economic driver in our county, which is 5,500 sq. miles!

Dillon Montana is located on I-15, about one hour from the Idaho border. Easy access to Idaho Falls or Butte Montana. For a small town, we have a City Bus who takes citizens to and from their points of destination and senior citizens ride for free! The Beaverhead County Airport is a capable to handling regional private jets and it located just north of town. There is rail service in Dillon provided by Union Pacific Railway. There are several current businesses who transport their goods to and from Dillon, via rail.

Transportation

Chamber Concierge Service

When considering a business move, you will need to connect with someone who can reach out to the members of the community. The Beaverhead Chamber is your source for those connections. The Chamber has the relationships with realtors, schools, local leaders, County Commissioners, and others you will want to meet!

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Let’s Connect

For more information or to discuss moving a business to Dillon Montana, please contact Rebecca Jones, Executive Director, Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture at info@beaverheadchamber.org or 406-683-5511.