Road Closures & Restrictions

  1. Pavement Striping Hannegan Road Rescheduled for Oct. 19; Expect Long Delays/Use Alternate Routes

    Pavement striping is scheduled from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesday, Oct. 19, on Hannegan Road from the Bellingham city limits to Lynden city limits. This work was rescheduled from its original date due to rain. Read on...
  2. Truck Road Reopened after Three Month Construction Closure

    The Truck Road fish passage project is complete and the road has reopened to traffic. Thank you for your patience during this project!
  3. E. Hemmi Road Reopens After Three Month Construction Closure

    E. Hemmi Road has reopened after a three-month closure for flood mitigation improvements. The detour route and temporary signs have been removed. We would like to thank everyone again for your patience as we worked to complete this important road project.
  4. Innis Creek Rd - Water Over The Roadway

  5. Drivers, Bicyclists Should Use Caution on Birch Bay Drive near Harborview During Road Work

    Expect single-lane closures and a temporary gravel surface on Birch Bay Drive immediately north of Harborview Road. Gravel areas will be repaved before weekend days, and work will resume 7am-5pm weekdays with additional gravel surfaces. Read on...
  6. Truck Road reduced to single lane

  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. Marshall Hill Road reduced to single lane due to landslide

  11. Whatcom County Seeks Input on Public Participation Process

    Whatcom County is inviting residents to share information about their experience participating in local decision-making. A short online survey has been posted to gather the feedback. Learn more...
  12. Alternate Routes Advised on Marine Drive Oct. 18-20 Near McAlpine Road

    Stormwater vault construction will cause alternating single-lane closures on Marine Drive during weekday business hours. Drivers should use alternate routes and expect significant delays. View suggested alternate route: Visit the project webpage.
  13. Deer Trail will return to two-lane traffic after completion of roadwork scheduled to start Oct. 20

    Crews will soon begin construction of an additional temporary travel lane on Deer Trail that will allow two-way traffic on the roadway. Drivers should expect alternating single-lane closures. Click the link to read more: Read on...
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