Welcome to Columbia Falls!
City Of Columbia Falls
130 6th St West
Columbia Falls, Montana 59912
LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVIEW STUDY COMMISSION ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF SURVEY (NEW)
Click on the Local Government Review Student Commission tab above, click on Surveys and the Survey Monkey link provided on the page. Please complete the survey no later than March 27, 2015
City of Columbia Falls Makes Top Ten Safest Places to Live in Montana List (NEW)
Click Here to Read Further—-> The SafeWise Report
The City is requesting bids for Trees and Planting for the Urban Forestry and Arbor Day Grants. Please see information below:Request for Bids – Trees and Planting
REQUEST FOR SERVICES – Cerfied Backflow Assembly Tester
Backflow Request for Proposals 2015 – PDF
THE CITY COUNCIL KICKED OFF THE URBAN RENEWAL AND TAX INCREMENT DISTRICT PLANNING WORKSHOPS ON OCTOBER 27TH AND 28TH
The City Council thank all of you that were able to attend and participate in the first sessions. Over the next 5 – 6 months, the City will be developing an Urban Renewal and Tax Increment District. The next step is to adopt the District boundaries and the Resolution of Necessity of Need. The Council will provide any updates or new information at each Council meeting, held the first and third Monday of each month. For those of you unable to attend the first sessions, here is the power point presented by Community Development Services, Inc.:
Tax Increment Financing Update – Statement of Need:
Read this report for an excellent summary on the history on Columbia Falls business and industry and the support for the proposed District and Urban Renewal Plan:
Where to Recycle
“Click Here” 2014-Waste Not Brochure
ANNUAL DRINKING WATER REPORT RELEASED:
2013 Annual Drinking Water Report 6-17-2014 NEW
2012 Annual Drinking Water Report 05-17-13
2011 Annual Drinking Water Report 05-14-12
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.