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  1. Limited Reopening of Whitefish City Hall to the Public Starting October 22, 2020

    After careful consideration and additional precautionary measures in place, City Hall will reopen to the public starting Thursday, October 22, 2020, with limited in-person services. Read on...
  2. COVID-19 Information

    Please help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying Clean, Careful, and Connected. To report violations please ..... Read on...
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    Community Update 10-08-2020

    Community Diligence Urged as COVID Cases Spike in the Flathead: Community Update- City Manager, Dana Smith has issued a new community update video related to the Flathead Valley's recent spike in Covid-19 cases. Community Update
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    Carnegie Mellon University Graduate Students Helping Whitefish Fire Department

    Whitefish, Montana - The Whitefish Fire Department currently serves the City of Whitefish (City) and the Whitefish Fire Service Area (WFSA). In an effort to improve emergency services to the City, the WFSA, and the portions of the Flathead County Fire Read on...
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    Remote Meeting Guidelines and Instructions

    The City Council approved Emergency Ordinance No. 20-14 to provide for remote meetings of the City Council, City Boards and Committees to protect the health and wellbeing of all attendees, practice social distancing, and to continue to have public meeting Read on...
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    2020 Federal General Election

    The 2020 Federal General Election will be conducted solely by sending every "Active" Registered voter a ballot as though you are "Absentee" Read on...
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    City Hall Closed to the Public Starting September 21, 2020

    Temporary Closure Enacted to Help Slow the spread of COVID-19 The City of Whitefish was notified late on Friday, September 18, 2020 that an employee working at City Hall had tested positive for COVID-19. The employee last worked at City Hall on Thursday. Read on...
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