Fire Commissioner Meetings Held every second Thursday of each month at 3:00 pm at Station 41. Located at 2020 Washington Street in Ferndale



Our Mission

Whatcom County Fire District Seven pledges to provide trained personnel, apparatus, equipment and facilities to meet the publics request for fire, emergency medical services, hazardous materials and disaster response, and to promote fire prevention, safety, medical education and enforcement of life safety codes.

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We had a fantastic time serving breakfast, and sharing our firehouse with all of our neighbors. We hope to see everyone at our next Pancake Breakfast planned for the first half of 2019 at our Church Road station.

Big thanks to everyone that helped make our most recent Pancake Breakfast a success.

Special thanks to FF Nikki Ayers for all of her hardwork and organization.

Current Burn Ban Status in Whatcom County, WA.




For more information: (360) 778-5903, or click below

2018 Burn Ban Press Release


Residential burning

Commercial burning

Fire Commissioner Meetings

SPECIAL MEETING scheduled for November 15th, 2018 to discuss the upcoming 2019 bond issue. The meeting is at Station 41 and promptly beginning at 2pm.

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FREE Community

Services and Classes



Learn CPR!

Get your AHA CPR Heart-saver card

To schedule your childs carseat installation check EMAIL, or call (360)384-0303

Meeting Notes

Whatcom County

Meeting Agendas


Flocks of Flamingos have been sighted throughout the Ferndale metropolitian area. Officials recommend all citizens to be on the lookout for rogue colorful birds with long necks and longer legs. Officials discourage residents from feeding or petting these wild water foul. The flocks are known to migrate from one yard to the next every 2 - 4 days. Officials guarantee there is no potential health hazard, however if you would like to advance or impede their migration pattern just use one of the two links to the right.


Click here to advance their migration to your neighbor, friend or families front yard

Click here to impede their migration to your front yard