Other Special Use Permits
Special use permits are required when asking for special privileges on the National Forest land. Examples may include group activities, recreational events and use of motorized recreational vehicles in designated areas.
- What are Special Use Authorizations
- When do I need an authorization (permit)?
- Background information on the permit process
- How do I apply?
- How do I answer the questions?
- What does an authorization cost?
- Requirements for a proposal to be accepted as an application.
- Screening the application (2 levels)
- Additional Information may be needed
- Application is accepted or denied
- Application is accepted – Environmental analysis process begins
- Contact Information District and Forest phone numbers
*Unless noted, these forms are in non-fillable PDF format and must be printed before filling them out. To obtain hard-copies of the forms, please contact Derek Milner at 406-758-5340.
- Process and Guidelines For Temporary Outfitting and Guiding and Recreation Event Special Use Permits
- FS-2700-3f Application for Temporary Outfitter-Guide Permit
- Commercial Filming Application
- SF-299 (Fillable) Application for Transportation & Utility Systems & Facilities on Federal Lands
- FS-2700-3c Recreation Special Event Permit Application
- FS-2700-3b Special-Use Permit for Noncommercial Group Use
Operating Plans or Maintenance Plans: List of what is needed.
- Operation and Maintenance Plan - Suggested Outline
- Sample Operating Plan or Operations and Maintenance Plan