144 Makawasha
Crow Agency, MT 59022
P.O. Box 309
Crow Agency, MT 59022
ANNOUNCEMENTS: April 23, 2024 Special Session | Crow Tribe Legislative Branch Chambers | 10:00 AM

Greetings from the Crow Tribe Legislative Branch

Welcome to the Crow Tribe Legislative Branch website! It is our hope that this will serve as a tool to inform the public of the work the Legislative Branch performs for the Crow People and all the work we are continuing to perform daily to remain, “The People’s Branch.” We serve six respected districts within the Crow Reservation and operate as a distinct branch of the Crow Tribal Government (Article V, Section 1).

Feel free to visit past and present legislation, Senators, Committees and many other areas provided in our website. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or your District Senators though the Contact Us page where direct contact information is located along with our social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and X (Twitter). Thank you for visiting and stay as long as you would like!



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
Thu 16

Meeting with U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana, Jesse Laslovich.

Today, members of the Crow Tribal Legislature had the opportunity to meet with U.S. District Attorney, Jesse Laslovich and members of his team. Members of the legislature and The U.S. Attorney covered a variety of topics such as policing, sovereignty, and crime that concern the Crow Tribe. The Crow Tribe Legislative Branch thanks U.S. Attorney, Jesse Laslovich and his team, for coming to Crow to hear about the first hand issues that Crow people face.

Mon 13

Meetings & Events
[tribe_events_list limit="4"]