Candidates wanting to run for city offices can begin filling this week.
The filing opens on April 20 and runs through June 19.
Whitefish has three City Council positions open, along with the municipal judge position.
Whitefish Municipal Judge Bradley Johnson is retiring at the end of his term this year. He was first elected as city judge in 1985 and then elected municipal judge when the city moved to a municipal court in 2009.
Three candidates have come forward for the position.
Attorney Tom Tornow, Whitefish’s deputy city attorney Kristi Curtis and Attorney William Hileman all say they plan to seek the elected position.
Three Council spots are open for election. The terms of Pam Barberis, Jen Frandsen and Andy Feury end this year. Frandsen and Barberis were both first elected to council in 2013.
Feury was appointed to Council in 1991 and was elected in 1993 serving four years and served as mayor from 2000 until resigning in 2007.