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  1. Celebrate Safely During the 4th of July Holiday

    The Whatcom County Fire Marshal's Office wants to remind all County residents to celebrate safely during the 4th of July holiday. Click on additional info below for more information about permitted times and restrictions. Additional Info...
  2. Marriage License Fee Increase

    The cost of a marriage license will increase to $60 effective July 23, 2017. Read on...
  3. Recording Fee Increases $1 effective July 23, 2017

    Effective July 23, document recording fees will increase $1.00. The State Legislature passed House Bill 1594 increasing the surcharge collected by county auditors. Read on...
  4. Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Rises to a Dangerous Level in Whatcom County

    Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) biotoxin has increased to a dangerous level in mussels from Birch Bay according to weekly monitoring reports from Whatcom County Health Department and the Washington State Department of Health (DOH). Additional Info...
  5. New Road Maintenance Service Request Process Announced

    Public Works has a new way for the public to report ROUTINE road maintenance issues through submission of a form. If your request is an emergency or to report a down or missing STOP, STOP AHEAD, CURVE, or YIELD sign call 9-1-1 immediately! Road Maintenance Service Request Form
  6. New County Metrics Pilot Program

    Whatcom County government has started a pilot program for metrics of county services. The information can be found on our web page for this purpose. Please send any feedback to executive@co.whatcom.wa.us. Additional Info...
  7. Washington Vessel Owners May Have to Change Hull Identification Number

    The United States Coast Guard is enforcing the new federal standard for Hull Identification Numbers on vessels. Read on...
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