144 Makawasha
Crow Agency, MT 59022
P.O. Box 309
Crow Agency, MT 59022
ANNOUNCEMENTS: July 2020 Session July 6th-17th, 2020

Greetings from the Legislative Branch

We would like to welcome you to the newly designed Apsaalooke / Crow Nation Legislative Branch website. This site was created as a resource for all tribal members and other visitors to access information about the Legislative Government of our Nation.

I hope our tribal members, and those who are simply visiting, will find this information both helpful and useful as we welcome your participation and involvement.

Please take the time to explore the website and if you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to contact us. Email addresses for your District Senators can be found in the Contacts link should you wish to communicate with them directly.




It is the Mission of the Legislative Branch of the Crow Tribal Government to remain an autonomous entity of the tribal Government of the Crow people while working in conjunction with Executive and Judicial Branches to benefit the tribe.

The lawmaking power of the Legislative Branch will be directly responsive to the needs of the Crow people.

The Legislative Branch will work to create a voice for the Crow People. Legislators from each of the six districts on the reservation represent their respective constituents by creating opportunity for economic growth, improved infrastructure, advancements in education and an improved relationship with the general council.

Public Notices
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Media Release June 22, 2020

Media Release pdf

June 22, 2020-

Crow Tribal Executive has declared a State of Emergency Order (March 14, 2020) and issued an extended Stay at Home Order through July 15, 2020, due to COVID-19.  The Legislative Branch issued a public notice regarding the closure of Legislative Branch offices to the public because of CDC recommendations regarding public health and community spaces.

In light of current conditions, the Legislative Branch is extending the notice of closing to the public until such time the Branch can attain compliance with social distancing, temperature checks and temperature logs, mask/face covering, the ability to provide the public with PPE.

As of today, June 22, 2020, the confirmed cases have risen at an alarming rate, five (5) more cases have been confirmed bring the total to sixty-three (63) and three deaths.  Big Horn County has verified there is increased transmission within the community, related to exposure and there is growing evidence of transmission from one infected person before the onset of symptoms (pre-symptomatic), or infected people without symptoms (asymptomatic).  Crow Tribal Government needs to communicate effectively and provide services to people infected in our communities.

The Legislative Branch has implemented strategies to continue to conduct business with the limited resources available to us while adhering to the Employee Safety and Health policy.

Please use the contact information below if you have any questions:

  • Website: ctlb.org – email address for Senators & Staff can be found by clicking the “Contact Us” tab
  • Email: info@ctlb.org
  • Staff cell phone: 406-679-1319
Meetings & Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.