Here Are The 10 Most Dangerous Places In Montana To Live

Montana is a beautiful place to live, but it’s not immune to the problems of the world. Even the wonderful state of Montana is not without its criminals. While this state is still considered a very safe place to live, as far as crime statistics go, some cities are safer than others. Recently, an article was released after studying three years’ worth of FBI crime data. Based on that, these cities and towns (all with populations of over 1,000) were ranked as some of the most dangerous places in Montana.

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Address: Polson, MT 59860, USA
Address: Ronan, MT 59864, USA
Address: Billings, MT, USA
Address: Wolf Point, MT 59201, USA
Address: Hamilton, MT 59840, USA
Address: Havre, MT 59501, USA
Address: Kalispell, MT 59901, USA
Address: Missoula, MT, USA
Address: Helena, MT, USA
Address: Cut Bank, MT 59427, USA
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Most Dangerous Places In Montana

February 18, 2021

What is the safest place to live in Montana?

Crime across Big Sky Country is on par with national rates, making many towns in Montana excellent locations to settle down. Ranking among the highest places in overall safety is Glendive in Dawson County. Glendive is home to the Dawson Community College which offers eastern Montanans educational opportunities in the Arts and Applied Sciences. Another town in which to safely put down your roots is Deer Lodge, boasting more museums and collections of historical exhibits than in any other Northwestern town. Also ranked highly for safety is Whitefish, located in Montana’s Northern Rocky Mountains. The lovely town of Whitefish neighbors the Glacier National Park, surrounded by millions of acres of mountains, forests, lakes, and rivers.

Where is the best place to live in Montana?

With some of the most stunning terrain in the U.S., Montana is home to an abundance of idyllic and downright charming places to call home. Locals and visitors alike agree that the cozy town of East Helena is one of Montana’s most beloved places for a good reason. With a population just under 3,000 and located about 5 miles outside of downtown Helena, East Helena offers easy access to a surprising array of amenities with a lower than the national average cost of living. Situated near the Ferry Lakes of Holter, Hauser, and Canyon, residents enjoy a wealth of recreational opportunities and nature activities at their fingertips.

What is the most unique town in Montana?

Butte is a Montana treasure for several notable reasons. Situated between the Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks with a breathtaking backdrop of Southwest Montana’s Rocky Mountains, Butte is a unique city with a small-town feel. Recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the city of Butte is a history buffs paradise with the largest designated historical district in the U.S. boasting thousands of notable Victorian and Queen Anne properties. Nature lovers are awed by Butte’s seemingly endless outdoor activities including the remarkable Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and its 13 trailheads leading to some of the most heavenly views our country has to offer.

Address: Polson, MT 59860, USA
Address: Ronan, MT 59864, USA
Address: Billings, MT, USA
Address: Wolf Point, MT 59201, USA
Address: Hamilton, MT 59840, USA
Address: Havre, MT 59501, USA
Address: Kalispell, MT 59901, USA
Address: Missoula, MT, USA
Address: Helena, MT, USA
Address: Cut Bank, MT 59427, USA