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City Of Columbia Falls
130 6th St West
Columbia Falls, Montana 59912
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INVITATION TO ATTEND
COLUMBIA FALLS CITY-COUNTY PLANNING BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH – 6:30 P.M.
CITY HALL – COUNCIL CHAMBERS
130 6TH STREET WEST, COLUMBIA FALLS
Dear Business Owner/Operator and All Interested Parties:
The Columbia Falls City-County Planning Board is holding a work session at their Regular Board meeting on Tuesday November 10th at 6:30 p.m. The purpose of the work session is to discuss current CB-4, Central Business, Signage regulations and possible amendments to the requirements. City staff will present current regulations and the Board will entertain discussion from interested parties on potential amendments to the CB-4 signage requirements.
City Staff and the Planning Board are encouraging all interested parties to attend this work session to discuss potential amendments to these Zoning requirements.
You may also send written comments to the attention of the City Clerk via email: email@example.com.
Please contact Eric Mulcahy, City Planner, 755-6481 or Susan Nicosia, City Manager/Planning & Zoning Administrator, 892-4391, should you have any questions or comments on CB-4 signage regulations.
Thank you, in advance, for your participation. Please see the Flathead County GIS Map, click on Zoning Districts, to see the CB-4 Central Business District zoning area. There are also maps available at City Hall.
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ANNUAL DRINKING WATER REPORT RELEASED:
2014 Drinking Water Report CCR Final.doc
Fall Newsletter 2014 – Final
City of Columbia Falls Mission Statement:
The mission of the city of Columbia Falls is to foster a community that appeals to individuals, families, businesses and investors. Columbia Falls is a city that encourages individual rights and responsibilities, promotes aesthetics and recreation, and provides safety and security. By listening to its citizens and responding to their needs, by respecting diversity and differences of opinion, and by evaluating the status quo and practicing thoughtful planning, the city provides excellent value at reasonable cost.
Facts and Figures
Population: Per the 2010 Census = 4,688.
Form of Government: Commission – Manager (Council – Manager)
Members are elected at large on a staggered 4 year term.
Regular City Council Meetings occur on the 1st & 3rd Mondays of the Month
Number of City Employees – 31
City Department Heads
City Manager – Susan M. Nicosia, CPA, MPA
City Attorney – Justin Breck
Deputy City Attorney – Stephanie Breck
Police Chief – David Perry
Fire Chief – Rick Hagen
Public Works Director – Grady Jenkins
City Clerk – Barb Staaland
City Treasurer – Todd Watkins
City Judge – Susan “Tina” Gordon
Building Inspector – Virgil Bench
Learn more about the city departments here.