Road Closures & Restrictions

  1. Expect Long Delays on Slater Road During Paint Striping July 28

    Drivers should use alternate routes if possible. Law enforcement will assist with traffic control. Drivers should remember that traffic fines double in work zones. Read on...
  2. Expect Delays Starting Aug. 2 on Birch Bay-Lynden Road for Paving Project

    Paving on Birch Bay-Lynden Road between Enterprise and Rathbone roads starts Aug. 2. Drivers should expect long delays and avoid the area if possible. View the preliminary project schedule: Read on...
  3. Slater Road Closure July 21 for Chip Seal; View Chip Seal Road List for July 19-22

    Whatcom County Public Works will close Slater Road between Ferndale Rd. and the Ferndale City Limits from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 21, for chip seal operations. View a list of all roads scheduled for chip seal July 19-22. Read on...
  4. Three Month Closure of E. Hemmi Road Starts July 14

    E. Hemmi Road will close between Hannegan Road and Noon Road starting on Wednesday, July 14. The closure will remain in place through September to raise a portion of the roadway and replace a culvert on Tenmile Creek. Read on...
  5. Three Month Closure of Truck Road Starts on July 12

    Truck Road will close between Deal Road and Mosquito Lake Road on July 12 for a fish passage culvert replacement project. The closure will remain in place through September. Read on...
  6. West Shore Drive on Lummi Island closed due to sinkhole

    West Shore Drive on Lummi Island has been closed to all traffic at the 2300 block due to a large sinkhole. Read on...
  7. Central Road East of Lunde Rd - Motorcycles use caution

  8. Clipper Road, South of Strand Road - Motorcycles use Caution

  9. Deer Trail at Cherry Lane - Be Prepared to Stop

  10. Innis Creek Rd - Water / Debris Over Roadway

  11. Marshall Hill Road reduced to single lane due to landslide

  12. Public Works Department Prepares for 2021 Road Shoulder Herbicide Program

    The 2021 Whatcom County Road Shoulder Herbicide Program will begin soon. Property owners can opt-out of the program and take responsibility for maintaining the right-of-way abutting their property by calling 360-778-6400. Read on...
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