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  1. Reduced Passport Service Hours Tuesday, July 17

    Due to staff training, the Whatcom County Treasurer’s office will only be processing passports this Tuesday, July 17 from 9:30 to 2:30. Call (360) 778-5162 for additional information.
  2. Recreation Shellfish Harvest Closures Updated July 12

    Biotoxin levels have once again changed, and recreational harvest of molluscan shellfish has been closed on beaches from Bellingham Bay south to the Skagit County line due to increased levels of the diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP) biotoxin. Read on...
  3. Whatcom County Public Works Notification - Chip Seal Road List for the week of July 16, 2019

    Notification of roads to be chip sealed from July 16th through July 19th Read The Full Notice
  4. Burn Ban Restrictions Effective 8:00am, Friday July 13, 2018

    Due to the warm weather conditions ahead and decreasing fuel moisture levels, the Whatcom County Fire Marshal’s Office will be enacting restrictions on open burning in unincorporated Whatcom County starting at 8:00 am on Friday, July 13, 2018. Read on...
  5. Free Class July 19 Certifies Homeowners to Do Septic System Inspections

    The Whatcom County Health Department is offering a free, two-hour workshop on July 19 that certifies homeowners to conduct the required inspection of their home’s septic system. Read on...
  6. Agate Bay Stormwater Improvements - Phase I starts July 9

    This project involves upgrades to stormwater conveyance systems, install of stormwater treatment facilities and associated utility work. The purpose of this project is to manage flow volumes during storm events and provide treatment to stormwater runoff. Read on...
  7. Bradrick named County Elections Employee of the Year 2018

    At the recent state Elections Conference held in Spokane, Washington, Secretary of State Kim Wyman announced the recipient of the “County Elections Employee of the Year Award.” Diana Bradrick, Whatcom County Chief Deputy Auditor, was the honoree. Read on...
  8. Lummi Ferry Truck Weight/Length Rules in Effect at Low Tide

    Public Works would like truck drivers to know the restrictions that apply to weight and length of trailers when traveling on the Lummi Island Ferry, particularly at tides levels under four feet. Read on...
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