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  1. Mount Baker Highway Reopens Between Britton & Noon Roads

    The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has reopened Mount Baker Highway/State Route 542 between Britton & Noon Roads. This area has been closed since June 5 for fish passage work. Read on...
  2. Public Works Announces Daytime Closure on Gillies Road October 2-6

    Daytime closure on Gillies Road at Bridge #309 (between Lindsay & Alm Roads) from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, October 2-6. The area will remain open to emergency vehicles. A detour for the traveling public will be posted around the closure. Read on...
  3. Statement on the Passing of Michael Bobbink, Whatcom County Hearing Examiner

    It is with sorrow that we announce the passing of Michael Bobbink, Whatcom County Hearing Examiner.
  4. Upcoming Whatcom County Health and Community Services Vaccination Clinics

    Whatcom County Health and Community Services (WCHCS) will be hosting vaccination clinics this fall, where children and eligible adults can receive several vaccines including COVID-19, Flu, Mpox and routinely-recommended childhood immunizations. Learn more
  5. Fire Marshal Lifts Burn Ban at 4 p.m. September 27

    Due to the increase in fuel moisture levels and recent rain, the Fire Marshal’s Office will lift the burn ban for outdoor burning. The burn ban will be lifted at 4:00 PM on Wednesday, September 27 for the unincorporated areas of Whatcom County. Read on...
  6. County Agricultural Advisory Committee is looking for new members!

    Calling all farmers! Whatcom County's Agricultural Advisory Committee is looking to fill a number of vacant positions as it prepares to resume meetings in October. The AAC provides a forum for farmers and others interested in County agriculture. Additional Info...
  7. Executive Sidhu Proclaims October as Down syndrome Awareness Month

    Executive Satpal Sidhu has proclaimed October as Down syndrome Awareness Month in Whatcom County and encourages all citizens to work to promote awareness and celebrate the many wonderful accomplishments of individuals and their families. Additional Info...
  8. What to Do if You’ve Been Exposed or Test Positive for COVID-19

    We’re seeing an increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations locally and nationwide, but thankfully our numbers remain near the lowest levels in the last three years. Here are some common-sense guidelines for COVID-19. Learn more
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  1. Flood Response Information

    Here is where the information is posted for road conditions, community resources and all updates on the flood response. Flood Response Information
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