ADVISORY COMMITTEE & PUBLIC MEETINGS
BBWARM has a Citizen Advisory Committee with five members appointed by the Whatcom County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors (County Council) for four-year terms. The Advisory Committee represents the Birch Bay community to ensure its interests are represented in BBWARM activities. The committee is integrally involved in setting strategic goals and work plans, prioritizing capital improvement projects, and recommending budgets for the BBWARM stormwater program.
Public Advisory Committee meetings are held quarterly, usually on the third Wednesday of the month from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Our current meeting location is the BP Heron Center 7290 Birch Bay Dr, Blaine, WA. Parking fees will be covered for individuals attending the meeting. Public participation at BBWARM meetings is encouraged and welcome. There is a public comment period at the beginning of every meeting.
BBWARM Citizen Advisory Committee Vacancy
The Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources Management (BBWARM) District Citizen Advisory Committee still has one vacant position for a four-year term starting February 1, 2020. The BBWARM Committee assists and makes recommendations to the Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors regarding implementing the BBWARM District stormwater program. Advisory Committee members represent the local community and BBWARM rate payers’ interests in the stormwater program for Birch Bay. Birch Bay residents interested in stormwater, water quality, and aquatic habitat in the Birch Bay watershed are encouraged to apply.
Application instructions and forms are available here or at the County Council office at the Whatcom County Courthouse, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 105, Bellingham.
Apply ASAP to be considered. The position is open until filled.
For more info, contact Lars Olson: (360) 778-6298 | LOlson@co.whatcom.wa.us.
2020 MEETING SCHEDULE
APRIL 1 (DAYTIME RETREAT) | JUNE 17 | SEPTEMBER 16
The next Advisory Committee Meeting is scheduled for:
- April 1, 2020 (all-day retreat) at the Cannery Lodge in Semiahmoo Park.
*Parking fees will be covered for individuals attending the meeting. Please bring your Discover Pass if you have one.