Whatcom County boards, commissions, and advisory committees are currently following State Open Public Meetings Act amended requirements by holding all meetings remotely.
Community members who require special assistance to participate in a committee meeting are asked to contact the meeting facilitator at least 4 business days in advance.
Volunteer boards, commissions and committees serve our community by advising policy makers and providing essential support to county programs and activities. Each board and commission has a specific purpose and is governed by operating statutes. Serving on a Whatcom County board, committee or commission affords citizens the opportunity to participate in the countywide effort to address many important issues.
The Whatcom County Council and County Executive make appointments.
Apply for a Board or Commission
Apply to be on a board or commission for Whatcom County! See How to Apply.
All members must be registered voters, residents of Whatcom County, and if applicable, reside in the area they represent and/or meet the qualifications of the position. Members serve without compensation unless otherwise noted.
View Available Vacancies
Vacancies on boards and commissions occur frequently. See the vacancy list for current vacancies, or contact the Council Office or Executive's Office.