Prior to submitting a 310 application, please check the district calendar for monthly application deadlines to ensure that your application may be reviewed at the next district meeting.
Most applications require a site inspection with Missoula Conservation District and Fish, Wildlife, and Parks representatives. Applications requiring a site inspection must be submitted to the district office at least two weeks prior to the district meeting.
The following 310 Forms are provided in both Microsoft Word document and Adobe pdf form for your assistance. The Joint Application Form – PDF is a fillable form. Applications may be mailed, dropped off in person, or emailed, however, an original signature page must be submitted to the district prior to the district meeting in which the application will be reviewed.
- 310 Joint Application Form – DOC | PDF
- 310 Joint Application Instructions – DOC | PDF
- 310 Official Complaint Form 274 – DOC | PDF
For similar projects on the Flathead Reservation, please contact the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Natural Resources Department’s Shoreline Protection Program to inquire about Ordinance 87A (ALCO).
Additional Montana Stream Permitting Information:
Often, additional permits other than a 310 permit may be required for stream projects. Learn more about stream permitting in Montana here.