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In 1975, the Legislature enacted the Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act, aka the 310 Law. This means that any person, agency, contractor, or firm that is proposing a project that may alter or modify the beds or banks of a perennial stream, river, or spring, must first obtain a 310 permit through the Gallatin CD.

The purpose of the 310 law is to ensure that projects are carried out in a manner that does not damage the resource or affect adjoining landowners.

Click for a directory of laws regarding the 310 Law.


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