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  1. Birch Bay Drive Update for March 8-12

    Crews will work 7am-5pm daily on a variety of tasks. Monday and Tuesday drivers should expect delays with lane closures for paving. Pedestrians, please stay off the new asphalt while it sets! Other work next week should have minimal impacts on traffic.
  2. Utility Relocation Work Starts Mid-March on Marine Drive

    Starting in mid-March, users of Marine Drive can expect periodic single-lane closures and road shoulder work as crews relocate utility poles, water meters, buried natural gas and communication lines, etc. for the upcoming roadway widening project. Visit the project webpage.
  3. March 10 Repair Outage Planned for Lummi Island Ferry

    The Whatcom Chief will be out of service from 10:10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10, for repairs of the Lummi Island docking facilities. The work will include fabrication, welding, and other specialized repairs. Read on...
  4. Next Monthly Ferry Punch Card Sale March 10

    The next Whatcom County Ferry Division monthly punch card sale is from 5:20 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10, at the ferry office, located at the island-side ferry terminal. All types of ferry punch cards will be sold. Read on...
  5. Whatcom County ADA Transition Plan Within Public Rights-of-Way Available for Comment Online

    Whatcom County Public Works has created a transition plan to make all public facilities in public right-of-way areas ADA accessible. Read on...
  6. Birch Bay Drive Update for March 1-5

    Drivers should expect single-lane closures and periodic delays as crews cut asphalt, pave, add plantings, and install limestone trail on the west side of Birch Bay Drive from Cottonwood to Beach Way.
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