ADDRESS CHANGES ARE PROCESSED AT THE PLAT ROOM 406-758-5510
Residential property owners whose land value is disproportionately higher than the value of their home and other improvements (outbuildings) location on their land may apply for tax assistance. The assistance benefit applies to the portion of the property owner's land value that is in excess of 150 percent of the department's appraised market value of the home and other improvements located on the land.
Submit this form, including all supporting documentation to your local Department of Revenue field office by March 1st.
The Montana Disabled Veterans (MDV) Assistance Program helps disabled veterans or their unmarried surviving spouse by reducing the property tax rate on their home. The veteran must have 100% disability from an injury related to service.
The statutes and regulations surrounding tax lien sales leave considerable room for interpretation. This policy manual is designed to provide Flathead County’s interpretation of these statutes, but it is important to understand more than one interpretation of these statutes is possible. This policy manual is not legal advice nor does Flathead County provide legal advice to anyone regarding tax lien sales.
Parcel / Tax Information & Payments
Look up Flathead County tax parcel information and/or securely pay property taxes by Credit Card or eCheck.
- Search by:
- Parcel number/tax ID number
- Data is updated nightly from the Treasurer's tax/parcel records.
- Any and all information displayed is 'public information'.
- Pay property taxes securely online via Credit Card or eCheck. Payment information is never displayed for public view.
Delinquent Property Tax Lists
We Have Moved!
As of Monday, April 18th, 2022, the Property Tax department has moved to the new Flathead County North Complex:
Flathead County Treasurer
290 A North Main
Kalispell MT 59901
Flathead County does not send an additional statement for the May 31st 2nd installment of Real Estate Taxes.
Interest of 5/6 of 1% per month plus 2% penalty must accompany delinquent taxes paid after due dates. This amount must be obtained by contacting the Treasurer's office PRIOR to payment.
Tax notices must be issued in the name of the owner of record as the property stood on January 1 of the taxing year. Therefore, properties that changed hands, were re-recorded, split or subdivided during the current year will not be reflected until the following year.
If you have further questions regarding any of the services the Flathead County Tax Department provides to the Community please call us at (406) 758-5680.