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|Working Cat Program
To help curb the number of feral cats and kittens in the county, FCAS will examine and sterilize outdoor, feral cats caught by the Flathead Valley community. There is no charge for this service, and every cat will receive the following:
Unwanted feral cats can also be rehomed to welcoming barns or shops, as long as there is an available working home.
This information is provided as a service and is not considered official court record. This site lists the current outstanding warrants in Flathead County, Montana.
If you have information regarding someone with a felony warrant please call (406) 752-TIPS or your local law enforcement agency. The information on this website is considered public record. The photographs on this website are informational only, and are posted in order to secure public assistance in apprehending suspected felons (44-5-103(13) (f) M.C.A.).
Registering to vote in Flathead County is simple and quick.
For regular registration, your voter registration form must be postmarked or received by the Election Department at least 30 days before the election.
For late registration (anytime after the close of regular registration, until 12:00 noon the day before Election Day), you must appear in person at the Election Department up to and including election day, fill out a voter registration card, and vote a ballot that you receive from the election office staff.
|Volleyball for Grades 3-6
Kalispell: Daybreak Rotary
|Parks & Recreation
|View or Pay Taxes
Parcel / Tax Information & Payments
Look up Flathead County tax parcel information and/or securely pay property taxes by Credit Card or eCheck.
|Veteran Directed Care Program
The Veteran Directed Care Program (VDC) empowers Veterans to hire and supervise care providers (may be a family member) to help with daily needs. This program is a partnership between the Department of Veterans Affairs, who determines eligibility and establishes participant budgets. All VA enrolled veterans, regardless of age, are eligible if they meet the clinical need for the VDC program. Once approved by the VA, an Agency on Aging Care Coordinator will work with the Veteran to develop a self-directed plan of care and will provide ongoing support to manage the care plan. Call 406-758-2478 to learn more, or email:
|Agency on Aging
|Weeds & Parks
Meet with one of our travel nurses for a specialized travel consultation before you on your trip outside of the United States. Depending on your destination, you may need vaccinations to help protect you from food, waterborne, and insect-borne diseases that are common in certain countries.
Some of the vaccinations provided include:
Please bring a copy of your travel itinerary to your appointment so that the nurse can help determine which vaccines you should receive.
Issued to persons selling wares at temporary locations within the County, but outside the City limits.
Food trucks operating outside of city limits: $25 per week.
|Traffic Radar Trailer
The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office has a trailer-mounted radar speed display that can be placed throughout the county for monitoring traffic speeds. The location of the trailer is based on the previous history of motor vehicle accidents, frequency of speeding citations, and requests from the public.
Drivers approaching a speed radar trailer will see the posted speed limit displayed, as well as their speed as detected by the trailer. The trailer also records the total number of vehicles and their average speeds during the times it is monitoring traffic.
The speed radar trailer aids in educating the public — especially the driver who may be unaware of exactly how fast they are going. The use of our speed radar trailer strengthens our efforts to reduce speeding through education.
Please be aware that this service is for county roads and not privately maintained roads.
|Tobacco Use Prevention
As a contractor of the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, Flathead City-County Health Department’s approach toward tobacco use prevention includes the following:
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Teen Clinic every Monday from 3:00-5:00 PM and is for guys and girls 19 and younger. No appointment is necessary!
What if I can’t come to Teen Clinic during Teen Clinic hours?
ImagineIF Libraries is excited to offer Tech Connect, another great solution to help meet your needs for free access to information. You can check out a Wi-Fi Hotspot to connect to the internet wherever there is cellular service. Kits containing an iPad and a Wi-Fi Hotspot are also available for checkout. Call or stop into any ImagineIF location to place a hold on a device.
|T-Ball for Ages 4-8
Spring (April-May) on Mondays and/or Thursdays.
|Parks & Recreation
|Syringe Exchange Program
Tuesday- 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Thursday – 1:00 pm-5:30 pm
Anonymous ** Confidential ** No Appointment Needed
|Summer Experience for Teens
Workshops are open to all teens entering grades 6-12. Registration is required as space is limited.
A list of stolen items like automobiles and firearms. This information only goes back ONE YEAR from this date
|STI Testing & Treatment
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