For questions or comments related to capital facility projects, please Email Stillwater County Economic Development Office.
Stillwater County Civic Center/ Fairgrounds Donor Opportunity
The new Stillwater County Civic Center / Fairgrounds facility is weeks away from completion. Currently on time and on budget, this $8.1 million dollar, 32,000 square foot facility, will be the host of the 2023 Stillwater County Fair. Funding for the project has been provided by a combination of metal mines dollars, PILT, reserve, and American Reinvestment and Recovery monies. Donated items will further enhance the user experience of the facility. At this time, Stillwater County would like to extend an invitation to all parties to participate in our partnership opportunities at the new Civic Center and Fairgrounds. Please see the donor card for further information. Donors at the Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze level will be recognized on the Donor Wall. For additional details, you may Email Stillwater County Commission or Email Stillwater County Economic Development Office.
The New Fairgrounds have officially broken ground!
- Visit the Stillwater County Civic Center Website.
Newly Designed Fairgrounds!
View the Presentation Boards (PDF).
Stillwater County is in the final stages of design for the new Fairgrounds / Civic Center building. This facility will be located north of Interstate 90, at 16 Sheep Dip Road. The new facility will host a 12,000-square-foot multi-purpose pavilion space as well as a 21,000-square-foot open-sided multi-user space. This new facility will proudly host the Stillwater County Fair as well as numerous civic events such as luncheons, banquets, markets, weddings, trade shows, and much more. Site construction is expected to begin in early fall with building erection slated for January of 2023. Programming of the new facility will begin in early 2023. The County has committed $6.8 million dollars of metal mines funds, cash, and borrow to complete the construction.
- Law and Justice Center Schematic Design Booklet (PDF).
- View the Feedback of 1,033 Surveys (PDF) submitted by county residents.
Stillwater County Elevate is a set of projects phased over a five-year period aimed at improving access to services for all county residents.