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  1. February 11th Special Election Results

    The results from the February 11th Special Election are in! Read on...
  2. Whatcom County Government Offices Closed Monday Feb 17

    Whatcom County Government Offices will be closed on Monday, February 17 in observance of Presidents Day.
  3. New Pilot Project -- Do It Yourself Mitigation Plan

    Whatcom County PDS announces a pilot project to allow single-family homeowners to complete their own mitigation plans. This Do it Yourself (DIY) mitigation packet is for projects impacting 1,000 square feet or less of critical area buffers. Read on...
  4. Effective February 7, 2020 Point Whitehorn Marine Reserve Portion of Trail Closed to Public Access

    Due to a storm-related bluff erosion at Point Whitehorn Marine Reserve, the stairway accessing the beach is closed to all users near the 0.7-mile trail marker. While access to the beach is closed, visitors may still use the trail to the viewpoints. Read on...
  5. Birch Bay Drive Project Update 2/7/2020

    An update on the Birch Bay Drive and Pedestrian Facility Project has been posted. The purpose is to restore the natural shoreline, protect the roadway from storm damage, and support pedestrian safety. The completion date is April 2021.
  6. Draft Lake Whatcom Management Program Work Plan Available for Comment

    The draft Lake Whatcom Management Program Work Plan is now available for public review and comment.
  7. Information on Reporting Damages to Home or Business Due to Recent Flooding

    Sheriff’s Office Div. of Emergency Mgmt., County Health Dept. and County Planning and Dev. Services have provided guidance on clean up and assessment of damages to your home or business due to effects from the flooding over the last several days. Read on...
  8. Novel Coronavirus Information

    There are currently no cases of 2019 novel coronavirus in Whatcom County. We've got resources to help you learn more about it and how we're responding locally. Learn more
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