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  1. Whatcom County Public Works Notification - Chip Seal Road List for the week of July 17, 2017.

    Notification of roads to be chip sealed from June 17 through June 20, 2017. Read on...
  2. Council Seeks Applicants to for Voters' Pamphlet Statements -Lummi Island Park & Rec District

    Last month the Whatcom County Council officially received a petition to form a park and recreation district on Lummi Island. Read on...
  3. Council Seeks Applicants for Pro and Con statements for ballot measure

    The County Council seeks applicants to write voters’ pamphlet pro and con statements for the local voters’ pamphlet for the sales and use tax for public safety purposes ballot proposition. Read on...
  4. Accessible Voting Units Available Beginning July 12

    Registered voters may wish to cast their ballot on an Accessible Voting Unit. Read on...
  5. Most County Registered Voters to Receive a Primary Election Ballot

    Primary Election ballots are going in the mail today to most Whatcom County registered voters. Read on...
  6. Burn Restrictions Effective Friday July 7th

    Due to the warm weather conditions ahead and decreasing fuel moisture levels, the Whatcom County Fire Marshal’s Office will be enacting restrictions on all open burning in unincorporated Whatcom County starting at 8:00 AM on Friday, July 7th, 2017. Read on...
  7. Notice of August 1, 2017 Primary Election

    Registration Deadlines: Monday, July 3, is the deadline for mail-in registrations or address changes to be eligible to vote in the August 1 Primary Election. July 3 also is the deadline for online registrations or address changes at www.myvote.wa.gov. Read on...
  8. Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Closes Shellfish Harvest on All Beaches in Whatcom County

    All of Whatcom County, including all of Point Roberts and all of Larrabee State Park, is now closed to the harvest of molluscan shellfish due to the presence of paralytic shellfish poisoning biotoxin (PSP). Additional Info...
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