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  1. West Badger Road Closure Commencing June 24

    West Badger Road will be closed approximately 1-mile west of Guide Meridian (SR 539) beginning Monday, June 24 for the W. Badger Rd/Bertrand Creek Bridge No. 50 Replacement Project. Read on...
  2. The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is now accepting applications for 2020 Grant Funding

    The Whatcom County Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is now accepting applications from agencies and groups actively engaged in the promotion and enhancement of tourism in Whatcom County. Read on...
  3. Public Works List of 2019 Prelevel and Chip Seal Roadworks

    Whatcom County Public Works Maintenance and Operations plans to prelevel and chip seal County roads during the 2019 summer months. Read on...
  4. Northern Whatcom County Beaches Closed to Recreational Shellfish Harvest

    Unsafe levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) biotoxin have been detected in molluscan shellfish on beaches in Whatcom County. Most Whatcom County beaches are closed to recreational shellfish harvesting. Additional Info...
  5. Recording fees to increase July 1, 2019 and July 28, 2019

    The fee increases will be added to all documents that are not exempt under state law. The Washington State Legislature recently passed Engrossed Substitute House Bill (ESHB) 2015 and ESHB 1923 Read on...
  6. Open Houses Scheduled for Shoreline Management Program Periodic Update

    Whatcom County is beginning the process of updating the County’s Shoreline Management Program. The County uses the Shoreline Management Program to regulate activities along our shorelines. Read on...
  7. Notice of Vehicle/Vessel Licensing Subagency Opening

    The Whatcom County Auditor is accepting applications to open a new vehicle/vessel subagency in the central/south Bellingham area of Whatcom County. Read on...
  8. Long Overhang Notice for the Lummi Island Ferry

    If you are transporting a trailer or driving a vehicle with a long overhang past the rear axles, we strongly suggest you travel aboard the Whatcom County ferry at a tide no lower than 4 feet. Additional Information
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