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Public Communications

Communicating effectively with the people of Kalispell and the surrounding valley is of utmost importance. In addition to traditional outlets for getting information out into the community, the city now has official City of Kalispell Facebook and Twitter Pages. Please see the full Social Media Use Policy for guidelines the city has established for social media use. Before posting on city social media pages, please read the Civility and Acceptable Use Policy. If you have questions or comments about communication efforts, or these policies, please call Aimee Brunckhorst, City Clerk and Communications Manager at (406) 758-7756 or send an e-mail to We look forward to talking with you.

Communicating With Your Mayor and Council or City Staff

The Mayor, Council and city staff want to hear your concerns and ideas. E-mails can be sent to individual departments with questions or concerns or sent to to be forwarded to the Mayor and Council and any relevant staff.

E-mails sent to a majority of the council are considered public records and are subject to records requests.

Channel 190

Kalispell's Government Access Channel 190 strives to provide our citizens with valuable government information and promote a more informed citizenry by offering a greater opportunity for individuals to view government meetings. Channel 190, in connection with other government agencies, also provides cable viewers with additional programming such as high school concerts and historical events.

Channel 190 is non-editorial, non-commercial, and non-discriminatory. Priority of programming is given to live and taped coverage of City of Kalispell meetings, except in cases of emergencies.

Media Specialist:  Eric Bruer

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