Sanders County is located in Northwestern Montana. It is bordered on the west by Idaho's Panhandle and is Montana's 18th most populous county with approximately 11,000 residents. The county was established in 1905 and named after Wilbur Fisk Sanders, pioneer and U.S. Senator from Montana.

The Clark Fork River, a tributary of the Columbia, runs the length of the valley in Sanders County. The county also encompasses the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness and two National Forests.








Federal State and County Candidates 2016

Special Purpose District Candidates 2016

Precinct Committee Candidates 2016 

Voting Boundaries Map 

Sanders County Resource Team Assessment

Hot Springs Canvass of Votes and Dec of Results

Plains Canvass of Votes and Dec of Results

Thompson Falls Canvass of Votes and Dec of Results

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Airport Information

Sheriff's Office 

VisionZeroMT Online

New! Sanders County Online Maps 

State of Montana Cadastral Website

2014 Sanders County Road Atlas