Rosebud County was established on February 1, 1901 and is located in Southeastern Montana covering approximately 5,027 square miles. The county Courthouse was built in Forsyth in 1912.
Rosebud County is Montana’s twenty-second most populous county, with an estimated population of 9,233 as of the 2010 census.
Other cities and towns in Rosebud County include Angela, Ashland, Birney, Colstrip, Hathaway, Ingomar,
Lame Deer, Rosebud, and Sumatra. A large portion of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation lies within Rosebud County.
Current Issues / Events:
* Starting May 1, 2013 the Emergency Warning Sirens in Forsyth will be tested every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. The steady tone will mean go in your home to check your radio or television for further instructions. The wavering tone is all clear.