|Title||Description||Department||Internal Webpage URL||External URL||File|
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.
|Automobile License||Motor Vehicle|
A completed application must be received at the Commissioners' Office prior to burial or cremation and must meet indigent criteria.
The deceased must be a resident of Flathead County.
Please contact the Commissioners' Office (phone: 758-5503) or contact the funeral home for an indigent burial application. When submitting an application you must also submit the statement cost from the funeral home.
We do not pay for funeral services, graveside services, memorial services, embalming, transportation of remains, caskets, urns, etc. There is a flat fee paid for either cremation or burial. Please contact the Commissioners' Office to obtain the fee information.
|Burial on One's Own Property||
|Certificate of Survey||Plat Room|
|Child Support - Receive Payments||District Court|
|Child Support - Records||District Court|
|Meals on Wheels||
This is a service that provides the homebound (persons unable to leave their home without assistance) with hot, nutritious noon meals delivered by volunteers Monday through Friday. Special diets such as diabetic, low cholesterol or other special needs may be accommodated.
|Agency on Aging|
|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.
The FY 2023 budget is projecting $118.5 million in revenue and a total of $115.6 million in expenditures, including a 2.5% cost of living adjustment for 551.74 full-time employees. The county continues to strive to plan for future capital needs by saving within our capital funds, budgeting $13.4 million in capital expenditures and $7.6 million in transfers to fund future capital needs.
|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.
|Adopt a Pet||
FCAS schedules adoptable pet showings by appointment only. Please call (406) 752-1310 to schedule a showing.
Flathead County is accepting applications for the following positions. Applications submitted for a position are received and reviewed by the corresponding department on a weekly basis. Timely submission of applications is encouraged for consideration. Job postings may close at any time without notice.
FCAS offers microchip identification for all dogs and cats of Flathead County at a low cost of $25.00. Microchipping is a safe and secure way to identify ownership and help get lost pets home.
|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.
|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.
Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022