The largest of Whatcom County departments, Public Works' primary objective is to maintain the integrity of the Whatcom County Road System in an efficient, cost effective manner that provides safe travel for the public.
Whatcom County Public Works has Chip Seal work scheduled during the months of June, July, and August. Alternate routes are encouraged during this work as traffic delays will occur. ROAD LIST - June 26-29, 2017
Please use this form for routine road maintenance service requests. You may also call us directly at (360) 778-6400. Please call 911 immediately if your request is an emergency or to report a down or missing STOP, STOP AHEAD, CURVE, or YIELD sign. Create a Service Request...
Manages the county road system, including bridges and the Transportation Improvement Program. Engineering Services
Addressing, road naming, records, maps, encroachment permits. Equipment Services
Provides acquisition and maintenance of the County's fleet and procures materials for road maintenance projects. Ferry
A part of the Whatcom County road system is the Lummi Island Ferry. Maintenance and Operations
Whatcom County Maintenance and Operations maintains approximately 940 miles of county road. Water and Natural Resources
This division is responsible for the management of Lakes Whatcom and Samish, Marine Resources, River and Flood, Salmon Recovery, Stormwater, Water Quality, and Noxious Weeds.
- WSDOT Scoop - Here's the scoop: The stop signs on SR 548/Grandview Road and Kickerville Road near Ferndale are temporary and were put up for a Whatcom County fish passage project truck detour through this intersection. Read more: