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Services

Title Description Department Internal Webpage URL External URL File
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.

Please call for reservations: 406-758-5711

Agency on Aging
Web page about the Meals on Wheels.
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.

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

  • Spay/Neuter Surgery
  • Rabies & FRCP Vaccination
  • Parasite Prevention
  • Microchip Identification 
  • Ear Tipping

Unwanted feral cats can also be rehomed to welcoming barns or shops, as long as there is an available working home.

Animal Shelter
Syringe Exchange Program

Tuesday- 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Thursday – 1:00 pm-5:30 pm

  • Syringes
  • Cookers and Filters
  • Wound Care Kits
  • Fentanyl Testing Strips
  • Sharps Containers
  • HIV and HepC Testing
  • Safe Injection Education
  • Condoms and Lubricant

Anonymous ** Confidential ** No Appointment Needed

Family Planning
Map Request

Use this form to request a custom map from the Flathead County GIS Department. Any request for public records must be made in writing per Flathead County Resolution 2414.

GIS
External website about the Map Request. Opens in a new tab.
File about the Map Request. 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.
FCAS Volunteer

Volunteers are a vital part of FCAS. From socializing animals, encouraging positive training methods, grooming, or becoming a foster home and providing a safe haven to emotionally or medically compromised pets. Each of our volunteers becomes a member of our team on our mission to save the lives of homeless pets.

Please call (406) 752-1310 to ask about our volunteer opportunities and to schedule our next volunteer orientation.

Animal Shelter
File about the FCAS Volunteer. Opens in a new tab.
Caregiver Support

We are here to support family caregivers! We offer services such as respite through in-home care. Respite provides relief for the caregiver of an older person at home. We also offer information and assistance to caregivers; access to our resource lounge (appointments required), in which you and/or family members can view educational materials, including webinars, and meet with a trained professional for life care planning. Also visit our Caregiver Corner on our website for information on local support groups, Alzheimer's Association resources, caregiver stories, and more. Caregiver Corner | Flathead County, MT

Agency on Aging
Social Dining (Congregate Meals)

We provide balanced lunch meals in our spacious dining room at the Agency on Aging at 40 11th Street West in Kalispell, and at local senior and community centers. These meals offer seniors an opportunity to have a mid-day balanced meal and to visit with friends and neighbors. For 60+ we ask for a donation of $4. For guests under 60 years of age, the cost for lunch is $8. Visit our home page for the current month's menu. Visit the Congregate Meals page for a listing of the other meals sites in Flathead County.

Agency on Aging
In-Home Services

We provide services that promote independent living and aging in place such as: 

  • Homemaker
  • Personal Care
  • Assisted Transportation
  • Respite for Caregivers
  • Veteran Directed Care Program

Some services have waitlists. Please call 406-758-5730 for more information.

Agency on Aging
Education

We’ll work with you to design a presentation to meet your particular needs. All presentations are free of charge!

Topics include:

  • Pregnancy prevention and birth control education
  • Sexually transmitted disease prevention and education
  • Dealing with sexual pressure
  • How and when to talk to your children about issues related to sexuality
  • How to encourage young people to make healthy decisions about their bodies and future
  • Puberty Education for boys and girls
Family Planning
Web page about the Education.
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 egomt.com.  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.
Summer Experience for Teens

Workshops are open to all teens entering grades 6-12. Registration is required as space is limited.

Library
External website about the Summer Experience for Teens. Opens in a new tab.
Birth Certificates
  • Certified copies of birth certificates are available through this office for all Montana Counties.
  • Genealogy copies are available for Flathead County only.
  • A certified copy is $8.00 each, and may be obtained online or by mail.
  • Anyone requesting an informational or certified copy of a vital record must present a valid ID.
  • If additional assistance is needed, and you require a meeting with staff, please contact our offices to schedule an appointment.
Clerk & Recorder
Web page about the Birth Certificates.
Death Certificates
  • Certified copies of death certificates are available through this office for all Montana Counties from 2003.
  • Genealogy copies are available for Flathead County only.
  • A certified copy is $7.00 each, and may be obtained online or by mail.
  • Anyone requesting an informational or certified copy of a vital record must present a valid ID.
  • If additional assistance is needed, and you require a meeting with staff, please contact our offices to schedule an appointment.
Clerk & Recorder
Web page about the Death Certificates.
Flag Football for Grades 1-4
  • Pee Wee: 1st and 2nd grades; $50;
    • Tuesday & Thursday games
  • Coca-Cola: 3rd and 4th grades; $55;
    • Tuesday & Thursday games

September - October, at the Conrad Complex in Kalispell.

Parks & Recreation
Useful Links

Montana Conservation District, Department of Natural Resources & Conservation.  Various articles and information regarding weed concerns.

University of Montana.  Searchable database of noxious weed lists for all United States by plant name or state name.

Department of Natural Resources & Conservation.  Grants and loans, land management and fire operations.

Montana Noxious Weed Education Campaign, Department of Agriculture. Links to numerous weed related websites.

Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture.  State plant lists; information about noxious and invasive plants, including plant profiles; and a searchable database of plants and plant images.

Montana Department of Agriculture.  Various Ag related topics and information.

US Forest Service.  Information regarding many topics related to Forest Service lands.

National Parks Service, US Department of the Interior. Invasive and endangered species.  Specific information related to NPS lands.  Ecosystem restoration and  global conservation.

Montana Weed Control Association.  This web site provides information to strengthen and support weed management efforts in Montana.  It includes a weed control and a weed identification section.

Canadian based site provides information on invasive ornamentals and has a photo gallery.

Whitehall High School Students' educational project in cooperation with the Montana Noxious Weed Districts.  The weed list provided was updated February 10, 2010.

Information on common garden weeds; weed seed dispersal from vehicles; and washing vehicles to prevent weed seed dispersal.

Weeds & Parks
Columbia Falls
  • 8:10 Leave Smiths Kalispell
  • 9:40 Arrive Super 1 Columbia Falls
  • 8:50 a.m. - 3:25 p.m. On-Demand Rides in Columbia Falls (Mon-Fri)
  • 3:30 Leave Super 1 in Columbia Falls
  • 4:00 Arrive Smiths Kalispell
Mountain Climber
Cancer Screening
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Colposcopy
  • Breast cancer screenings
  • Mammogram orders
Family Planning
STI Testing & Treatment
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Herpes
  • HPV and genital warts
  • Syphilis
  • Trichomoniasis
  • Hepatitis B and C
  • HIV/AIDS
Family Planning

Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022