Whatcom County has scheduled the following roads for chip sealing from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting Monday, July 26, and continuing through Thursday, July 29.
Road closed just south of 8755 Weidkamp Rd, between W. Badger and Loomis Trail, due to a sinkhole. Call Maintenance & Operations with questions at 360-778-6400.
Pavement striping operations are scheduled from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, Wednesday, July 28, on Slater Road from the Ferndale city limits to Lake Terrell Road. Use alternate routes if possible, and expect long delays during roadwork. Safety is our highest prio...
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.
The preliminary schedule for paving Birch Bay-Lynden Road is below:
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 roadway and replace a culvert on Tenmile Creek. Detour routes and signage will be in plac...
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.
West Shore Drive on Lummi Island has been closed to all traffic at the 2300 block due to a large sinkhole. The road will remain closed until further notice. The issue is largely below the pavement, and the majority of the problem can't be seen from the su...
There is a steel plate over the roadway on Central Road, East of Lunde Road. Motorcycles should use caution.
There is a steel plate over the roadway at 3167 Clipper Road, South of Strand Road. Motorcycles should use caution.
Deer Trail at Cherry Lane is reduced to a single lane. Be prepared to stop.
There is water/debris over the roadway on Innis Creed Rd, South of Doren Road.
Marshall Hill Road has been reduced to single-lane traffic West of 5407 Marshall Hill Road, due to a landslide. Stop signs have been initiated. Drivers are asked to use caution.
The 2021 Whatcom County Road Shoulder Herbicide Program will begin soon. Approximately 250 miles of roads are normally scheduled for seasonal treatment. Lawns and yard areas may have a minimum 12” wide strip treated to aid in drainage and minimize pavemen...