Council Public Hearings


A combined hearing will be held by the City of Kalispell and Flathead County, at 1:00 p.m., November 30, 2023, in the Kalispell City Council Chambers located in Kalispell City Hall: 201 First Avenue East, Kalispell, MT 59901. The public can participate in person or via videoconferencing. Register to join the video conference by email or by phone 406-758-7713.  

The City of Kalispell and Flathead County are eligible to submit an application to the Montana Department of Commerce for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and/or a Montana Home Investment Partnership Program Grant (HOME). The grant programs and activities eligible for funding will be fully described. Everyone will be given the opportunity to submit comments regarding community needs and projects for consideration. Comments may be given orally at the hearing or by mail to City of Kalispell Development Services, 201 1st Avenue East, Kalispell, Montana 59901 or by email before 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 30, 2023.

For more information or to register for the hearing via Zoom, please contact the City of Kalispell Development Services Department via email or phone 406-758-7713 or visit  CDBG or HOME application guidelines are available for review on the Montana Department of Commerce website, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program - Community MT.

Publish:  Sunday, November 12, and Wednesday, November 22, 2023



Municipal public hearings are governed by Montana Code Annotated 7-1-4131. When required, the governing body (in this case either the City Council or Planning Board) shall conduct public hearings for the purpose of providing reasonable opportunity for citizen participation prior to final decisions. The public can provide testimony on the matter at the public hearing held at a regularly scheduled public meeting, or via written testimony. Please send City Council public hearing testimony to Upcoming City Council public hearings will be listed on this page from the date of publication notice to the day after the public hearing. Public hearings require publication in the paper (The Daily Inter Lake) and are published twice, with at least 6 days separating each publication. (Certain public hearings require 3 publication notices.)

Planning Board public hearings can be found on the Planning Board Page under Upcoming Agenda

Please note: Many actions of the City Council are not subject to specific public hearing noticing laws. These actions are noticed via the City Council agenda and the public is able to provide testimony on the matter at the council meeting or via written testimony to