Montana White Pages, United States

Montana has mountains, prairies, and weather that varies all year round. These features make it a favorite tourist destination, especially for people looking for an adventure. Just over 1.4 million people live here, but the beautiful state welcomes over 12 million tourists annually. If you are looking for someone in Montana, start your search on the Montana white pages. This online phonebook lets you access a person’s name, address, and social media profiles with only a phone number. You can also see public records of that person, from arrest records to criminal records, court records, and property records. 

Montana At A Glance

demographic statistics for montana
  • Statehood — November 8, 1889 (41st state)
  • Capital: Helena
  • Population: 1.1 million (2021)
  • Size: 147,039 square miles (4th largest by land area)
  • Nicknames: The Treasure State, Big Sky Country
  • Motto: “Gold and Silver”
  • State Tree: Ponderosa Pine
  • State Flower: Bitterroot
  • State Bird: Western Meadow Lark

10 Quick Facts About Montana

population by race for montana
  • Montana is one of nine mountainous states in the United States.
  • Despite being the fourth-largest state, Montana has a low population density — most counties average six residents per square mile. 
  • Montana elected the first woman, Jeanette Rankin, into Congress. The Congresswoman served two terms, one in 1916 and was re-elected in 1940. 
  • Montana has the largest population of wild buffalo, grizzly bears, and golden eagles in the United States.
  • Montana is known as “The Treasure State” because of the huge deposits of natural and minerals resources found in the state. Mining is a major economic activity in Montana. 
  • The largest snowflake in the world, measuring 15 inches wide, was found in Fort Keogh, Montana.
  • The first national park, Yellowstone National Park, is located in Montana. The park records up to 3000 earthquakes every year as well as supervolcanoes. 
  • The largest population of Moose is in Montana — this animal was once considered extinct.
  • The Museum of the Rockies has the largest collections of Tyrannosaurus rex (T-Rex) and Triceratops in the world. 
  • Montana has the first international peace park in the world, formed from the merger of the Glacier National Park and the Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada.

Largest cities or towns in Montana

BillingsAnacondaOrchard Homes
MissoulaHelena Valley SoutheastLewistown
Great FallsHelena Valley West CentralPolson
HelenaEvergreenFour Corners
KalispellMiles CityBigfork
BelgradeColumbia FallsHelena Valley Northwest
WhitefishSidneyMalmstrom AFB