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We are located in the lower end of Birch Bay just south of Birch Bay State Park.

BLAINE WA 98230-9675


There are currently no open positions at Birch Bay Water and Sewer District


Water Conservation


Water is a limited resource and it is important to use it wisely.  Only 1% of the world’s water is available fresh water.  The rest of the water is either salt water or locked up in glaciers and ice caps.  Within that 1% there are many competing demands including domestic, business, industry, tribal, agriculture and environmental uses.  With competing demands and limited supply, it is important to be good stewards of our water resources. 

Learn more about how you can conserve water at home.

Customer Service

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Paying Bills Just Got Easier...

Birch Bay Water and Sewer District now has the ability to automatically withdraw your payment from your bank account.  Click here to download our sign-up form.

Have questions about your bill?  Try the bill calculator on our billing information page or use the contact form and select "Billing Questions".

Board of Commissioners

Curious about what is happening at the District?  We hold public commissioner meetings bi-weekly.  It is a great opportunity to learn more about the District, the commissioners and staff.  Board agendas and minutes are now available through Board Docs.  Click the image below to be redirected to the site:   


District Information

Birch Bay Water and Sewer District has been proud to serve water to the Birch Bay area since 1968.District Gate Sign


2016 Water Quality Report (CCR)

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About the District

Birch Bay Water and Sewer District is a special purpose district providing water and wastewater services to about 7,500 people in northwest Whatcom County (see attached map) in Washington state. Although unincorporated, most of the District's water and sewer service areas fall within an Urban Growth Area, which has been one of the most rapidly growing parts of the county in recent years. Formed in 1968, the District operates as a municipal government under Chapter 57 Revised Code of Washington.

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