News and Press Releases

  • Community | Fri Jan 24th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Library is presenting a four-part series of free of computer classes on Mondays in February & March from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. This series, Computer Basics: The Second Step, is for those wishing to move beyond basics. All classes will be held on the second floor of the library. People attending the classes must arrive at the library before 6 p.m. Register by calling the library at 453-0349 or stopping in at the 2nd floor Information Desk.

  • Municipal Court | Fri Jan 17th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The public is invited to a Retirement Reception for Judge Nancy Luth on Thursday, January 23 from 4-6 p.m. in the Gibson Room of the Civic Center (2 Park Drive S).

  • Park and Recreation | Fri Jan 17th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    PRESS RELEASE

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    DATE:          January 17, 2014

  • Animal Shelter | Thu Jan 16th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    Change a pet’s life by providing them a forever home. Tuesday, January 21, through Friday, January 31, shelter pets that are 6 months and older can be adopted for only $25. The adoption fee includes a rabies shot, vaccinations and the cost of spaying/neutering your new pet. Existing pet owners, who are interested in adopting, are asked to bring proof of rabies vaccinations for their current pets.

  • Community | Wed Jan 15th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    Look what's happening at the library in February!

  • Community | Wed Jan 15th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    City offices will be closed on Monday, January 20, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. In addition the Great Falls Public Library and Great Falls Animal Shelter will be closed. There will be no changes to the residential or commercial sanitation collection schedule next week. The Community Recreation Center and the Natatorium will be open on Monday.

  • Animal Shelter | Mon Jan 13th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    Ahoy, me hearties! A night of seamen, secrets and scallywags await at the Great Falls Animal Shelter’s Second Annual Murder Mystery Party!  “Murder Among the Mateys,” a night of intrigue and pirating good fun, is being held on Saturday, March 1, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Eagles Lodge (1501 9th Street S). The evening includes a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and beverages. A no host bar will also be available. The cost is $25 for those playing a character and $45 per character couple. Those not playing a character for the evening can attend for $20.

  • Park and Recreation | Mon Jan 13th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The City of Great Falls will be conducting their annual Spring Golf Lessons beginning the week of March 31st. Lessons include 4 days (Monday - Thursday) of personalized instruction, and an outdoor golf clinic on Saturday at Eagle Falls Golf Club. Fee is $75.00. Register at the Park and Recreation Office.

  • City Commission | Fri Jan 10th, 2014 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The City Commission selected Steve Bolstad at the City’s new Municipal Court Judge. Bolstad must be formally appointed by the City Commission. He will be replacing Judge Nancy Luth who will be retiring at the end of the month after a career spanning over twenty years as the Municipal Court Judge. Bolstad will serve until the next municipal general election in 2015.

  • City Commission | Tue Dec 31st, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The City of Great Falls will be hosting an Open House to allow members of the public to meet their elected officials on Tuesday, January 7, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Gibson Room of the Civic Center (#2 Park Drive South).  Light refreshments will be served.

  • Animal Shelter | Fri Dec 27th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    Start the New Year off right adopt a shelter pet! On Tuesday, December 31, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. shelter pets can be adopted for only $25. The adoption fee includes a rabies shot, vaccinations and the cost of spaying/neutering your new pet. Existing pet owners need to bring proof of vaccinations.

  • Animal Shelter | Sat Dec 21st, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    There are dozens of dogs and cats at the Great Falls Animal Shelter searching for the perfect forever home this holiday season. On Christmas Eve (Tuesday, December 24) from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. help spread a little love and joy by adopting a shelter pet for only $25. The adoption fee includes a rabies shot, vaccinations and the cost of spaying/neutering your new pet.

  • Public Works | Thu Dec 19th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    Christmas tree recycling will be available December 26 through January 6 at five locations throughout Great Falls (Eddies Supper Club, Meadowlark Park, Snyder Drug, Twilite Center, Malmstrom AFB). Only "live" trees can be recycled and all decorations must be removed. "Trees for a Greener Montana" is sponsored by the City of Great Falls and Montana Waste Systems, Inc.

  • City Manager | Thu Dec 19th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    City offices, including the Civic Center, the Great Falls Public Library, Community Recreation Center, Natatorium and the Animal Shelter will close at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, December 31, and will be closed on Wednesday, January 1.  The City of Great Falls wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season and a joyous New Year.

  • Community | Wed Dec 18th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Great Falls Public Library is now offering book discussion kits for checkout.  These kits contain 10 books per kit, along with discussion guides and information on starting and maintaining book discussion groups and clubs. The kits may be checked out for 45 days, with renewal if needed. Currently, the library has 14 titles for checkout.  As the kits grow in popularity, additional titles may be added.

  • City Commission | Fri Dec 13th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    This City is currently seeking applicants for municipal court judge. The position is being vacated by Judge Nancy Luth, who will be retiring at the end of January 2014. Interest forms and resumes are due to the City Clerk’s Office by 5 p.m. on Friday, January 3, and are available online or in the City Clerk and City Manager’s Offices. The City Commission will be interviewing the top candidates individually at an open meeting and anticipate having an appointment made by the end of January.

  • Planning and Community Development | Fri Dec 13th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    With only 12 days left before Christmas, residents are reminded of the importance of shopping locally and are encouraged to help support the local Great Falls business community. Downtown metered parking is always free on the weekends and to make this holiday  even brighter, metered parking will be free Wednesday, December 18, through Tuesday, December 24.

  • Park and Recreation | Fri Dec 13th, 2013 | full story

    PRESS RELEASE
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


    DATE:  December 13, 2013

  • City Manager | Thu Dec 12th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Great Falls Public Library will be hosting TED Talks starting on Thursday, January 16, at 7 p.m. and will continue on the third Thursday of each month.  Each month the library will show three TED Talks videos followed by lively discussion. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.

  • Animal Shelter | Thu Dec 12th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Shelter has placed a “Caring Paws for the Cause” giving tree at Petcetra (1525 10th Avenue South) to benefit the animals at the Great Falls Animal Shelter. Items included on the tree are from the Shelter’s Wish List. Items can be returned directly to the donation collection box at Petcetra or taken to the Shelter.

  • Planning and Community Development | Thu Dec 12th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    On Tuesday, December 17, at 7 p.m. the public is invited to the City Commission Meeting (Commission Chambers, 2 Park Drive S) to participate in the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Community Needs Public Hearing. During the public hearing, members of the public are encouraged to offer comments and ideas on community issues that may be addressed with CDBG and Home Partnership Investment Program (HOME) funds.

  • Community | Thu Dec 12th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Great Falls Public Library is presenting a four-part series of free of computer classes on Mondays in January and February from 6 – 7:30 pm.  This series, Computer Basics, is designed for computer novices. To register call 453-0349.

  • Community | Tue Dec 10th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    There's always a lot happening at the Great Falls Public Library. Check out what's happening this month at the library.

  • City Clerk | Mon Dec 9th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    The Honorable Dirk Sandefur will be performing the swearing in ceremony for Mayor-Elect Michael J. Winters, Commissioners-Elect Fred Burow, Bob Jones and Bob Kelly, as well as several Neighborhood Council representatives, in the Civic Center (2 Park Drive S), Commission Chambers Room 206. The Great Falls City Commission work session will immediately follow the swearing in ceremony.

  • Municipal Court | Mon Dec 9th, 2013 | full story
    City of Great Falls Montana

    After serving thirty years in municipal law at the City of Great Falls, Judge Nancy Luth is announcing her retirement at the end of January 2014. Judge Luth started her career at the City in 1984 as the Assistant City Attorney and was appointed to serve out the previous Judge’s term in 1990. She was elected City Court Judge in 1991. Judge Luth has been responsible for managing the third busiest municipal court in the state. She has been responsible for hearing all of the City’s cases and managing a staff of seven. It is has been her job to keep the office organized, well run, streamlined and to “keep the wheels on the train.”