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  1. The Whatcom County Canvassing Board Will Meet Nov 16 to Review Challenged Ballots

    The County Canvassing Board will hold an open public meeting on Nov 16 at 10 a.m. in the County Courthouse (Suite 103) as a part of the official canvass of the November 6 General Election to review challenged ballots and determine their disposition. Read on...
  2. Planned Service Outage for the Lummi Island Ferry Nov. 28, 2018

    Whatcom County Public Works would like to inform the public of necessary inspection and maintenance activities to the Lummi Island and Gooseberry Point ferry terminal facilities on November 28. The ferry will be out of service 10:10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Additional Info...
  3. Executive Louws' Recommended 2019-2020 Budget Documents

    Executive Louws' has submitted his recommended 2019-2020 budget to Council. All documents related to the budget can be found on the website. Read on...
  4. New Foot & Bike Trails Now Open at Lookout Mountain Forest Preserve

    Whatcom County Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce, effective immediately, the opening of Rufus Creek Trail at Lookout Mountain Forest Preserve located near Sudden Valley. This trail is 4.3 miles long, with several miles of new trail construction. Read on...
  5. N. Cottonwood/Hazel Lane Traffic Limitations beginning October 8, 2018

    There will be traffic limitations along Hazel Lane and Maplecrest Avenue beginning October 8, 2018. Additional Info
  6. Lummi Island Ferry Punch Card Ticket Sale Dates Announced

    The next three Island office punch card sale dates are October 3, November 7 and December 5. Read on...
  7. Whatcom County Health Department Releases Community Health Assessment

    From disease rates to graduation rates, the 2018 Whatcom County Community Health Assessment, released today by the Whatcom County Health Department, provides a comprehensive look at the state of the county’s health. Learn more:
  8. Whatcom County Food Inspection Results Now Available Online

    A search feature added this week to the Whatcom County Health Department’s website allows users to view summaries of food inspections for the most recent five years. Read more:
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