City of Thompson Falls

406-827-3557

tfallsmayor@blackfoot.net

PO Box 99

Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

http://www.cityofthompsonfalls.com

Welcome to the city of Thompson Falls, Montana.  We are here to serve the citizens of Thompson Falls, and visitors.  Our goal is to improve and maintain operations and conditions within the boundaries of the city.

 

First Security Bank

406-827-7000

800-837-3565

F: 406-827-4880

107 South Fulton

PO Box 3500

Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

http://www.fsbmsla.com

Convenient banking starts here! You won’t find another bank in Western Montana with the knowledge, expertise, and range of financial tools available at First Security Bank.

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

208-946-9127

info@scotchmanpeaks.org

323 N. First Ave.

P.O. Box 2061

Sandpoint, Idaho 83864

http://www.scotchmanpeaks.org/

Spanning the Idaho/Montana border, the Scotchman Wilderness is one of the last, and the largest wild areas in our region. We conduct education, outreach and stewardship activities to preserve the rugged, scenic and biologically diverse 88,000acre Scotchman Peaks Roadless Area. We believe the Scotchman Peaks deserve congressional designation as Wilderness for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations.

Friends of Thompson Falls Library

406-827-3547

tflibrary@blackfoot.net

911 Main Street

PO Box 337

Thompson Falls, MT 59873

https://sites.google.com/site/tflibrary/

Thompson Falls Public Library and Visitor Center! Wi-fi available. Located in historic downtown Thompson Falls, Montana on Main Street. Stop in for visitor information about local attractions!

Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission

406-532-3213

800-338-5072

F: 406-532-3236

4852 Kendrick Pl #101

Missoula, Montana 59808

http://www.glaciermt.com

Montana’s westernmost region. Where grand landscapes reside alongside small town hospitality. A place where awesome natural experiences frame intimate unforgettable moments. Looking to create your own Montana experience? We are here to help.

Hecla Mining Company

208.651.5822

mhayes@hecla-mining.com

6500 N. Mineral Drive, Suite 200

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

http://www.hecla-mining.com/

With four operating North American mines, a number of exploration properties and pre-development projects, a natural revenue hedge through the production of both precious and base metals, and its status as a growing gold producer, Hecla Mining Company is the largest primary silver producer in the U.S. – and the oldest NYSE-listed precious metals mining company in all of North America.

Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce

406-741-2662

hscofc@hotspringsmt.net

P O Box 580

Hot Springs, Montana 59845

http://www.hotspringsmtchamber.org

Dedicated to creation of a sound economic community with orderly growth while functioning as the “voice of business.”

Lake County Community Development Corporation (LCCDC)

406-676-5901

sccdc@ronan.net

Certified Regional Development Center (CRDC) in western Montana, located in Ronan. Regional partners include Lake, Sanders, and Mineral Counties. LCCDC collaborates with their partners through the business development center to provide technical and capital assistance to businesses.

-Business Consulting
-Technical Assistance and Training
-Capital and Financing
-Cooperative Development
-Community Projects

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA)

Anaconda, Montana

http://medamembers.org/meda

Lead organization of an affiliated membership of economic development professionals in the State of Montana. The Montana Economic Developers Association sponsors educational seminars, workshops and conferences to advance the economic development profession. MEDA is a coordinator for the statewide economic development workshops that provide intense training for economic developers interested in obtaining certification. We conduct research to stimulate the interchange of ideas and experiences between individuals with mutual goals and interests. The association also develops network and communications systems to disseminate information and acts as a clearinghouse and contact point within Montana for other state, regional, national and international economic development organizations and agencies.

Paradise Center

2 Schoolhouse Hill

Paradise, Montana 59859

www.paradisecentermt.org

The Paradise Center is a valued public facility re-purposed from a historic public school to a community, visitor and arts center. The Center hosts performances, artist shows, history museum and visitor center attractions.

Plains Business Association

Plains, Montana

http://www.plains-mt.org

This quiet portion of Montana with its lush green valleys, rugged mountains, rivers, lakes and streams offer a lifestyle of tranquility and fun. We have what you are looking for – unique communities, striking scenery, moderate climate and a abundance of natural resources and recreation. Hope to see you soon!

Rocky Mountain Bank

406-826-3662

F: 406-826-3236

jjacobs@rmbank.com

108 East Railroad

Plains, MT 59859

http://www.rmbank.com

No one knows your financial needs better than your local financial professional. Rocky Mountain Bank combines the convenience and service of community banking with advanced technology to give you the best banking experience.

Sanders County

406-827-6942

1111 Main St.

PO Box 519

Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

http://www.co.sanders.mt.us

Located in Northwestern Montana, it is bordered on the west by Idaho and has approximately 11,000 residents. The county, esablished in 1905, is named after Wilbur F. Sanders, pioneer & U.S. Senator from Montana.

Thompson Falls Chamber of Commerce

406-827-4930

tfchamber@thompsonfallschamber.com

1213 Main Street

PO Box 493

Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

http://www.thompsonfallschamber.com

Home of Western Hospitality – Come See Us Soon!

Town Pump

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation was established in 1999 with the mission of providing financial support to Montana charitable or governmental organizations with a priority of supporting/meeting basic needs and education for Montana citizens.