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Sprayer Rentals

100-Gallon or 200-Gallon Skid Mounted Sprayer

(100-Gallon sprayer is 32" W x 37" H x 72" L)

$50 Daily Rental

  • Pick up between 8:30am and 9:00am
  • Return between 4:00pm and 4:30pm

$75 Weekend Rental

  • Pick up Friday between 8:30am and 9:00am
  • Return Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a holiday) between 8:00am and 8:15am

3 Gallon Backpack Sprayer

$15 Two Day Rental

Weeds & Parks
Social Dining (Congregate Meals)

We provide balanced lunch meals in our spacious dining room at the Agency on Aging at 40 11th Street West in Kalispell, and at local senior and community centers. These meals offer seniors an opportunity to have a mid-day balanced meal and to visit with friends and neighbors. For 60+ we ask for a donation of $4. For guests under 60 years of age, the cost for lunch is $8. Visit our home page for the current month's menu. Visit the Congregate Meals page for a listing of the other meals sites in Flathead County.

Agency on Aging
Snow and Ice Removal

From October 1st through March 31st, County roads are cleared of snow and ice. We DO NOT utilize a "Bare Pavement" removal process.

Road and Bridge
Web page about the Snow and Ice Removal.
Sexual or Violent Offender Registration

View a map of sexual and violent offenders in your area.

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Sexual or Violent Offender Registration. Opens in a new tab.
Septic Permit Lookup

Find Septic Permits in Flathead County.

External website about the Septic Permit Lookup. Opens in a new tab.
Seniors for Seniors Program

FCAS offers a senior cat for seniors program! Senior cats over the age of 7 years are free of charge for loving homes of seniors ages 65 years or older (proof of age required). 

Check out our adoptable cat page to find the senior cat for you! Adoptions are by appointment only.

Animal Shelter
Science Connect

ImagineIF is excited to announce Science Connect: Lending Tools For Discovery, a new experience at ImagineIF that encourages adults and families to make science happen through exploration and participation in real research projects. Through the Science Connect program, the community is encouraged to take part in Citizen Science, the participation and collaboration of the public in scientific research to increase scientific knowledge.

Study Kits Available:

  • Astronomy
  • Nature Watching
  • Altazimuth Reflector Telescope
  • Native Plant Garden
External website about the Science Connect. Opens in a new tab.
School District Lookup

Find school district information for any address in Flathead County.

External website about the School District Lookup. Opens in a new tab.
School Closures Superintendent of Schools
Web page about the School Closures.
Rural Special Improvement District (RSID)

Rural Special Improvement District (RSID)

Commissioners' Office
Road Abandonment Commissioners' Office
Rides On-Demand
  • Rides must be scheduled on weekdays between 7:15 AM - 6:00 PM.
  • Riders 10 years old and younger must be accompanied.
  • Pre-scheduled rides are accepted up to 3 weeks in advance.
  • Rides are first come first serve based on time availability.
  • Columbia Falls On-Demand - 9:00 AM - 3:30 (Monday - Friday)
  • Whitefish On-Demand - 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Monday - Friday)
Mountain Climber
Refuse Disposal Solid Waste
Realty Transfer Certificate

The Realty Transfer Certificate (RTC) has been revised and is vital in determining the current ownership of water rights.

All Deeds recorded in Flathead County must be accompanied by the new properly executed RTC.  Currently, the new form is available only at the following link on the Department of Revenue website.

Clerk & Recorder
File about the Realty Transfer Certificate. Opens in a new tab.
Rapid HIV Test
  • Scheduled Appointment
  • The test is confidential.
  • A simple finger-stick to collect a sample of blood is required for the test

The rapid test takes one minute to process. If the test reacts with HIV antibodies we will assist you in obtaining a confirmation test. A confirmation test involves a blood draw that will look specifically for the virus.

Family Planning
Property Tax Lien Procedures

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.

Web page about the Property Tax Lien Procedures.
File about the Property Tax Lien Procedures. Opens in a new tab.
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Options counseling
  • Referrals
  • Proof of pregnancy paperwork

We do not provide pre-natal, adoption, or abortion care at Family Planning. This allows us to be neutral while patients control the discussion about their pregnancy decision.

Family Planning
Popular Annual Financial Report

The Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) is intended to increase awareness throughout the community of the financial operation of the County. As such, this report is written in a user-friendly manner that will summarize and communicate the County’s financial condition.

File about the Popular Annual Financial Report. Opens in a new tab.
Plant Identification

In-office Identification – Anyone is welcome to bring a plant sample into our office for identification.  Please bring in a full-plant sample that includes roots, stem, leaves, and flowers.  In addition, you can bring in good-quality photos.

MSU Schutter Diagnostic Lab – If a plant cannot be identified in our office by our available staff we do have the ability to submit your sample to MSU for identification by mail at no cost to you.  In addition, anyone can submit a plant sample on their own. Check out this video.

Weeds & Parks
Ombudsman Program

Advocacy for all residents of long-term care facilities (nursing homes and assisted living facilities), assisting them in resolving problems or complaints. The program serves to monitor the quality of care and life for residents of long-term care facilities. For more information call 406-758-5730.

Agency on Aging
Web page about the Ombudsman Program.

Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022