Select a New Section:

Home / United States  /  Montana / No Metro Area / Beaverhead County / Dillon / Zip Codes

Cost of Living

Download .xls


Our cost of living indices are based on a US average of 100. An amount below 100 means Dillon, Montana is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Dillon, Montana is more expensive.

Dillon, Montana cost of living is 94.70.

Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
See the Dillon housing market:  Homes For Sale  Apartments  Single Family Rentals

  COST OF LIVINGDillon, MontanaUnited States
  Overall  95100
  Grocery  102.6100
  Health  114100
  Housing  74100
  Utilities  92100
  Transportation  106100
  Miscellaneous  105100

View More Data >


Please Sign up or Log In to use maps.


Reviews for Dillon


Star Rating Not a fan. Not for me. Just okay. Great place. The best place.
Mouse over the stars for your rating and click to rate.
1=Not a Fan. 2=Not for Me. 3=Just Okay. 4=Great Place. 5=The Best Place.

Start Your Review of Dillon, MT

Great Place to Live and Raise Kids too!

Small town culture with great schools and an excellent medical community. Pre-school through Post Graduate degrees available from caring dedicated teachers. Friendly... (Read More)



Economic Development in Dillon, Montana

The economic climate in Dillon (Beaverhead County) remains steady amid rising fuel costs, etc. Dillon is the home of many cottage industry and small businesses as well... (Read More)




I live here because I go to college here. The rent here is cheap but scarce. People tend to be stuck in their ways, and even though I am a fourth-generation Montanan,... (Read More)



Side-by-Side Comparison

Compare Dillon, MT to any other place in the USA.

Select a New Section: