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Learn About Another District Commissioner in our Fall Newsletter!

The District's Fall Newsletter is now available to read.  Learn about our Commissioner Patrick Alesse, Winterizing Your Home and the costs of water theft.  

Meet Your Commissioner in Our Latest Newsletter!

The latest District Newsletter is available to read!  Please click the link below:

2016 Summer Newsletter is now available to read!

The 2016 Summer Newsletter is now available to read.  You can find the most recent newsletter under District Information Newsletters tab or by clicking the link below:

2016 Spring Newsletter Now Available!

The 2016 District Spring Newsletter is now available to view.  You can access the document under District Information Newsletters tab or clink on the link below:

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING December 31st 2015

BIRCH BAY WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING April 23rd 2015

BIRCH BAY WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING


Winners Announced for the 2014 Water Awareness Poster Contest

 “Conserve Water, Conserve Life!” 

Blaine fourth grade students and teachers gathered to celebrate the 2014 winners of the Water Awareness poster contest last week, sponsored by the city of Blaine and Birch Bay Water and Sewer District.  The theme of the poster contest was “Conserve Water, Conserve Life,” which emphasized the importance of saving water so that there is enough water for all living things now and in the future.   

Preparing Your Pipes for Cold Weather

Prevent your pipes from breaking during cold weather by following a few simple steps.  The District has created a brochure with information on how to prepare your pipes for cold weather and who to contact in case your pipes do freeze and break. 

Preparing Your Pipes for Cold Weather (PDF)

Watering Schedule in Effect!

Beginning June 1st, the Whatcom Water Alliance will be implementing a voluntary watering schedule that will continue through September 15th.  During that time residents with odd numbered street addresses are being asked to limit watering to Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.  Residents with even numbered street addresses can water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  Mondays are non-watering days to allow reservoirs to recharge after the weekend. 

Emergency Home Preparedness

     Whatcom County and its residents are subject to many disasters including floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, winter storms, HAZMAT incidences and power outages.  If a disaster occurs, emergency services and government agencies may not be able to respond immediately to your needs.  Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety and losses that accompany disasters.  History has shown repeatedly that people who prepare experience less disruption when emergencies occur and are more likely to resume their lives more quickly than

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