Last Updated Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 10:59 a.m.
Whatcom County has established a Call Center for those impacted by recent flooding who might not have internet access. The Call Center phone number is (360) 788-5303. The Call Center, open now, is intended to respond to callers between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. Staff are prepared to respond to calls regarding:
To report non-emergency damage and, or conditions from around the county such as loose cattle, debris, or infrastructure issues phone the Whatcom County flood response call center at (360) 788-5303.
Those with ANY flood-damaged property are requested to report their damages to Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office Division of Emergency Management. To report flood damage as part of the process to document damage countywide to qualify for state and federal assistance:
If you need help filling out this form, please call the Damage Assessment Line at 360-788-5311 and leave a message. Someone will call you back to fill it out.
Additional information and resources for those who have been affected can be found on our page for those whose homes, and or businesses were impacted.
In response to the extraordinary needs of County residents resulting from recent flooding, the County permit fee for emergency building repairs has been waived per an executive order signed by County Executive Satpal Sidhu on November 24, 2021.
For additional information please see this newsflash for more information.
Sumas Post Office The Sumas Post Office, and associated mail, have been relocated to the Lynden Post Office. The Lynden Post Office is located at 600 Front St., Lynden, WA 98264. The phone number is (360) 354-2371.
Everson Post Office The Everson Post Office is operational and is delivering to some areas. Mail for locations that are not accessible, or appear to be vacant, will be held at the Everson Post Office for pick up. The Everson Post Office is located at 108 Blair Dr., Everson, WA. The phone number is (360)-966-4700.