The Public Works Department plans, constructs, operates, and maintains City water, sewer, storm, transportation systems and other facilities and buildings for the City of Ferndale.
Click below for Small Works & Consultant Rosters, Parks & Recreation, Flood Preparation, Street Closures, Facilities, Capital Projects and more.
Ferndale ADA Transition Plan
Increasing Mobility in Ferndale
The City of Ferndale, Washington is in the process of developing an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan to guide when and where mobility improvements need to be made. Our staff is conducting an inventory of current pedestrian facilities throughout the entire city to find gaps in and barriers to accessibility.
The development of a comprehensive ADA Transition Plan also requires feedback from community members just like you! To gather this feedback, the City is conducting an online survey to better understand your mobility experiences. Learn more by clicking the link above.
Click here to see past, current and future projects conducted by the City to improve our infrastructure.
Report an Issue
Potholes, water leaks, traffic signals, graffiti, abandon vehicle, flooding and more.
Parks and Recreation
Discover Ferndale’s incredible parks and fun-filled recreational opportunities.
Water & Wastewater
The Public Works Department is responsible for the City’s water utility, including maintenance of conveyance systems, treatment and monitoring, planning for expansion of the existing system, and construction of extensions.
The City of Ferndale is prepared to combat seasonal flooding that occurs generally in the winter months each year. Click here to learn more about what you can do to keep you, and your property, safe and dry this year.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the City’s stormwater utility, including maintenance and repair of stormwater facilities and conveyance systems, planning for expansion of the existing system, and construction of extensions.
Streets and Transportation
Traffic Data, Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan, Transportation Benefit District.
Small Works & Consultant Roster
In Washington State local governments can utilize a small works roster to connect with businesses to contract for public works projects if the work will not exceed $350,000.
The City’s Small Works Roster and the Consultants Roster are updated on a quarterly basis.
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