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  1. Parks & Recreation Commission Meeting Cancelled for March 21, 2019

    The Parks & Recreation Commission meeting scheduled for 6pm on March 21st at the Roeder Home has been cancelled as there will not be a quorum. Read on...
  2. Portage Bay Reopens to Spring Season Shellfish Harvest April 1

    Effective April 1, Washington Department of Health will lift spring season harvest restrictions on approximately 800 acres of important Lummi Nation shellfish beds in Portage Bay. Read on...
  3. 2019 Candidate Filing Guide Available

    Be sure to read the Candidate Filing Guide whether you've run for office before or are running for the first time. Regulations and requirements can change from year to year. Reading the Candidate Filing Guide will help ensure you are up-to-date. Read on...
  4. Lummi Island Ferry Planned Service Outage Wed Apr 17

    On Wednesday April 17 the Whatcom Chief (Lummi Island Ferry) will not be in service between approximately 10:10 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Read on..
  5. Latest Youth Health Survey Data Released - 3/19/19

    State agencies yesterday released results of the 2018 Healthy Youth Survey, which details key stats on youth health and well-being across a range of topics. Results specific to Whatcom County youth are also available. Read on...
  6. County Auditor's 2018 Annual Report is Published

    The Whatcom County Auditor's Office has published the 2018 Annual Report. Read on...
  7. Measles - Prevention and FAQs

    With measles cases confirmed in Washington State, we are reminding individuals to make sure they are up-to-date on the MMR vaccine (measles, mumps, rubella vaccine). Learn more about measles and how to prevent it. More info ...
  8. Whatcom County Emergency Management Incident Information

    Information on any Office of Emergency Management incidents can be found here. The page is updated as needed. Additional Info...
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