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|Flathead Grows Seed Library||
Flathead Grows! Seed Library, creating a better quality of life through health, relationships, and a sustainable connection to local food resources.
We’re excited to announce our partnership with the Good Seed Company to bring the Flathead Grows! Seed Library to ImagineIF Columbia Falls. Stop in, get free seeds, grow locally, and enjoy!
Here’s how it works:
Flood Plain information in Flathead County.
|Form PPB-8 Property Tax Assistance||
Provided by the Montana Department of Revenue
|Healthy Montana Families||
Professional, trained parent educators partner with parents and/or parents-to-be to meet the needs and goals of the family, connect the family to community resources, and promote the physical and emotional health of the child and family.
ImagineIF, in a partnership with the Friends of the Library, provides home delivery of library materials to customers who are unable to visit the library due to age, illness, accident, or disability. The Homebound Service may be provided temporarily or long-term.
Home Ignition Zone work will give your home a chance of surviving a wildland fire; and will keep our Firefighters safer when they are protecting your home.
|Fire Service Area|
|Homeowners Guide PDF||
A guide to provide homeowners information on how to protect your home from a Wildland Fire
|Fire Service Area|
|Hospital Delays Reporting||
Please fill out this form if the transfer of care at the hospital is greater than 10 minutes.
The Flathead City-County Health Department provides immunizations for all ages. Immunizations are currently available by appointment only on the following days:
Monday and Friday 9:00-12:00 and 1:30 to 4:00pm
Thursday 1:00-4:30 pm
*Please note that appointments for TB Tests will only be available on Mondays and Fridays.
We provide services that promote independent living and aging in place such as:
Some services have waitlists. Please call 406-758-5730 for more information.
|Agency on Aging|
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.
|Interactive Mapping Application (IMA)||
Flathead County's premier source for land record information. Search property details, view district boundaries, link to appraisal information, and download surveys of record.
Issued to persons going door-to-door or business-to-business selling their wares, within the County.
|Jail Roster||Sheriff’s Office|
|Land Value Property Tax Assistance||
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.
Information on powers of attorney, living wills, reverse mortgage loans, etc. Agency on Aging works with a local attorney to offer 30-minute (Pro bono, Free) counseling sessions. For more information please call the Agency on Aging office.
|Agency on Aging|
Establishments must register with the State of Montana first at (406) 444-6900. Fee is based on the determination of the State and is paid to both the State and the County.
|Local Emergency Planning Committee||
All persons applying for a Montana marriage license must be in a position to provide proof of age - such as a valid driver's license or birth certificate - and must be single persons. This office does not require copies of dissolution papers, however, since the sworn application regarding your status as a single person is sufficient.
|Clerk of Court|
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