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Annual Report / Audit Report

The county produces an Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR).  The most recent report is for FY21.

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EMS Program Manual

The current EMS protocols for Flathead County providers. These protocols are updated at various times and as such, care should be taken to ensure you are using the current version. 

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Dust Cost Share Program

The Dust Cost Share Program is set up to share cost of dust abatement with the county and residence on qualifying county roadways.

Road and Bridge
Web page about the Dust Cost Share Program.

The fee is $15.00, payable by cash or local check, for two (2) fingerprint cards. Photo identification is required. 

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Fingerprinting. Opens in a new tab.

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.

Web page about the Immunizations.
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.

Sheriff’s Office
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Court-Ordered DNA Testing

The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office provides court-ordered DNA testing on FRIDAYS ONLY from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. This is not for the purpose of determining paternity.

There is a $10.00 fee, payable by cash or local check. Photo I.D. is required, as is payment at the time of service. 

Sheriff’s Office
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Bicycle Bike Helmets for Children

The Health Department currently has a limited number of bicycle helmets available on a donation basis for children 12 and under.

Population Health
Web page about the Bicycle Bike Helmets for Children.
Book a Meeting Room

The meeting room is available to book on

  • Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 10am-6pm;
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1-6pm; and
  • Saturdays from 10am-5pm.

Gatherings of up to 20 people.

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Montana Asthma Program

The Montana Asthma Program (MAP) provides free services to help children, adults, and their families learn how to better manage asthma in their daily lives.

Community Health
Web page about the Montana Asthma Program.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

The Montana Cancer Screening Program pays for breast and cervical cancer screenings for people who qualify based on age, income, and insurance status. Screening services include clinical breast exams, mammograms, and Pap tests. Diagnostic testing is provided for the follow-up of abnormal screening tests. We partner with local providers, which means that you can see whoever you want, and it will be just like a regular appointment.

Our staff is available to guide you through the screening process, even if you do not qualify based on age, income, and insurance status.

To enroll, please fill out the enrollment form, and either mail it or drop it off at the following address:

Attn: Montana Cancer Screening Program
Flathead City-County Health Department
1035 1st Ave W,
Kalispell MT, 59901

Population Health
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Montana Disabled Veteran Assistance Program

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.

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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.

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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
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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.
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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: aacontactus(at)

Agency on Aging
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Animal Control

The work of an animal shelter or "pound", a facility that houses or disposes of stray, lost, abandoned, or surrendered animals.

Animal Shelter
Flathead County Records (After 1984)

The iDoc Web Portal allows access to Flathead County recordings back to 1984 from the comfort of your own home or office. The images and index information are uploaded each night and made available through a secure, password-protected web portal. Users can easily locate documents, view the detailed indexing information, and even view and print the image. If you click on "Basic Search", you can view our indexing for free. We offer both short-term passes and longer term subscriptions for viewing and printing images.  Depending on your needs there is a package for you.

Clerk & Recorder
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Flathead County Records (Before1984)

THESE DOCUMENTS WERE RECORDED BEFORE 1984. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BY PROCEEDING TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT YOU UNDERSTAND THAT NO REFUNDS WILL BE GENERATED. While all attempts are made to ensure the accuracy of the information under our control and to correct any errors brought to our attention, no representation or guarantee can be made as to the accuracy of information presented on this site. All critical information should be independently verified. The quality of the images is dependent on the quality of the document at the time of recording and the quality of the image on the microfilm. If you require a copy of an image that appears non-reproducible, please come into our office, which is located in the historic Flathead County Courthouse-800 S. Main, Kalispell. If you have any questions please contact the Clerk and Recorder`s office at (406) 758-5527. To verify current ownership, contact the Plat Room at (406) 758-5510.

Clerk & Recorder
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Warrants List

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.).

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Warrants List. Opens in a new tab.

Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022