Park City is a census-designated place (CDP) in Stillwater County, Montana, United States. The population was 870 at the 2000 census. Located 20 miles from the state's largest city, Billings, Park City has a small town atmosphere. The largest building in the city is Park City Schools, a K-12 education system. The school's mascot is the panther and school colors are red and black. It is not incorporated, therefore does not have a mayor or any other "city" legislative positions. Most of the historical buildings are made of sandstone, due to the large sandstone cliffs to the north of the town.
The town has a library, school, fire department, two gas stations/convenience stores, three churches of different denominations as well as two bars. The town serves as a bedroom community for the neighboring cities of Laurel, MT and Billings, MT. Most inhabitants are employed in either of those two towns. Besides that, it is mainly a farming community, growing mostly sugar beets and corn.