A brief summary of the major happenings in city departments such as Planning, Building, Parks and Recreation, Community Development, Police and Fire along with lower profile departments such as Human Resources, Information Technologies and the City Clerk's Office offer a wide range of information about what city personnel are working on. For example, if you are curious how many housing building permits have been issued, or what projects the planning board has been reviewing, the City Manager report is right for you. Have an interest in the youth of the community? Parks and Recreation provides updates about camps, sports, and their large variety of programming, along with information about improvements or issues at city parks. Get into the nitty-gritty about city management and learn about the latest solutions to keep phishing emails at bay, or hear about the latest training city employees have undertaken.
The City Manager report is released the Friday prior to a regular City Council Meeting. Regular Council meetings occur the first and third Mondays of the month. If you would like a link to the City Manager report automatically sent to your email address, simply visit Notify Me and click the icon next to City Manager Report to subscribe. You will receive only the City Manager Report unless you sign up for other news or agendas. The City of Kalispell does not sell or otherwise distribute email addresses. Interested in taking a look at the City Manager Report, but not wanting to sign up for another auto email? Prior City Manager reports are located on the City Manager web page.
The City of Kalispell values an informed citizenry and welcomes your questions and concerns. If you have further questions about an item in the report or about city government in general, city staff are on hand to help. Department numbers and emails can be found in the Directory. If you are unsure who to call, the City Clerk and Communications Manager would be glad to help direct you.