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Legal Assistance

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
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.
  • Whitefish On-Demand - 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Monday - Friday)
  • Whitefish Express Run leaves Kalispell at 9:00 AM and arrives at Depot Transit Center in Whitefish at 9:30 AM
  • Leaves Whitefish Depot Transit Center at 4:00 PM and arrives in Kalispell by 4:30 PM
Mountain Climber
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
File about the Veteran Directed Care Program. Opens in a new tab.
School Closures Superintendent of Schools
Web page about the School Closures.
Air Quality Recording

The 2.5 PM monitor located in Columbia Falls reports air quality in near real-time. Download the PDF for activity recommendations for each air quality category.

Environmental Health
External website about the Air Quality Recording. Opens in a new tab.
File about the Air Quality Recording. Opens in a new tab.
Braveheart Chaplain Ministry

Besides responding to traumatic situations and providing emotional and logistical support to citizens in need, a chaplain to emergency services personnel also provides support to first responders in their daily duties. Because their vocation brings them face-to-face with crises, stress is a built-in part of a first responder’s vocation.

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Braveheart Chaplain Ministry. Opens in a new tab.
Concealed Weapons Permit

Please note that to be eligible for a Flathead County Concealed Weapons Permit, you must first be a Montana resident for six (6) months and you must currently reside in Flathead County.

Office walk-ins are welcome for new and renewal applications on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am - 2 pm and by appointment on Wednesdays from 9 am - 3 pm.

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Concealed Weapons Permit. Opens in a new tab.
Children's Advocacy Center

The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) allows the capability for centralized services. Children receive forensic interviews and forensic medical exams at the CAC in a child-friendly environment. The CAC utilizes a Multidisciplinary Team to provide comprehensive services to victims of child abuse.

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Children's Advocacy Center. Opens in a new tab.

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.
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
External website about the Court-Ordered DNA Testing. Opens in a new tab.
Burn Permit

Weather permitting, October 1st is the start of open burning.  Permits are required for this action.  A free burn permit can be obtained through  If you have an existing burn permit for 2023, it can be activated by calling 1-866-207-2577.

Environmental Health
Web page about the Burn Permit.
External website about the Burn Permit. Opens in a new tab.
My Voter Page

Check your voting status here!


My Voter Page
Track absentee ballot
View a sample ballot


External website about the My Voter Page. Opens in a new tab.
Jail Roster Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Jail Roster. Opens in a new tab.
Stolen Property

A list of stolen items like automobiles and firearms.  This information only goes back ONE YEAR from this date

Sheriff’s Office
External website about the Stolen Property. Opens in a new tab.
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.
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
External website about the Flathead County Records (Before1984). Opens in a new tab.
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.
CARES Reporting Form

Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) was developed to help communities determine standard outcome measures for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), allowing for local quality improvement efforts and benchmarking capability to improve care and increase survival. The program seeks to save more lives from OHCA; strengthen collaboration between 911 centers, first responders, emergency medical services (EMS) agencies, and hospitals; provide a simple, confidential process for assessing patient outcomes in compliance with HIPAA; offer technical assistance to help community leaders identify and prioritize opportunities to improve EMS performance, and generate annual national and statewide reports for benchmarking capability.

External website about the CARES Reporting Form. Opens in a new tab.
EMS Accreditation Renewal Form

This link is to allow members of any Flathead County EMS, Fire or SAR agency to submit their information for renewal.

External website about the EMS Accreditation Renewal Form. Opens in a new tab.

Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022