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Joint Statement Regarding Yesterday’s Weapons Violation at Ferndale High School issued by the Ferndale School District and Ferndale Police Department

In a joint statement issued by the Ferndale School District and Ferndale Police Department, officials follow up regarding a weapons violation that occurred yesterday, Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at Ferndale High School. The full press release can be read here: https://www.cityofferndale.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/211202-JOINT-STATEMENT.pdf

The Ferndale Police Department and the Ferndale School District will continue to coordinate to ensure the safety of all students.

Joint Statement Regarding Incident at Ferndale High School issued by the Ferndale School District and Ferndale Police Department

In a joint statement issued by the Ferndale School District and Ferndale Police Department, officials address the incident of a weapon on campus and resulting lockdown that occurred today, Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at Ferndale High School. The full press release can be read here: https://www.cityofferndale.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/FSD-FPD-Message-to-Community-211201.pdf

The Ferndale School District and the Ferndale Police Department will remain in close contact throughout this ongoing investigation and will provide any necessary updates as they become available. Both organizations will be in contact early Thursday morning and will work together to ensure the safety of our students and staff throughout the morning. This will include increased security, patrolling, and communication.

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Lost and Found Items

Have you lost or misplaced an item recently? If one of these items fits the general description of your lost property, contact Kim with the Ferndale Police Department at 360-483-5746 to describe and claim your lost property.

Bicycles – Cellphone – Laptop

Video Message from Mayor Hansen

Ferndale Mayor Greg Hansen provides an update on the City’s actions and preparedness planning for the upcoming severe weather, comments on work and efforts the last couple of weeks after the recent flood, and provides suggestions for how you can best prepare yourselves and help your neighbors.

CLICK FOR VIDEO

2021 Flood Event – Support and Resources

FOOD ASSISTANCE AND DONATIONS

MIRACLE FOOD NETWORK

http://www.miraclefoodnetwork.org/

https://www.facebook.com/MiracleFoodNetwork

info@miraclefoodnetwork.org

The Miracle Food Network is located at 5611 Third Avenue, Ferndale (in Pioneer Center) and will accept food donations, either fresh or shelf stable items, between 10am and 1pm Monday through Friday.

CLEANUP ASSISTANCE AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

FERNDALE COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER

(360) 380-2200

https://www.facebook.com/FerndaleCommunityResourceCenter

coordinator@ferndalecsc.org

http://ferndalecsc.org/resource-center

The Ferndale Community Resource Center is coordinating volunteer efforts and donations right here in Ferndale. If you need help or can provide help, please visit their facebook page or call (360) 380-2200 and leave a message so they can connect you to the correct resource.  They will also be coordinating efforts with Samaratins Purse, a non-profit organization that may be able to assist in the cleanup of structures.

WHATCOM COUNTY DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

(360) 788-5311

https://www.whatcomcounty.us/3827/Flood-Response-Information

The Whatcom County Division of Emergency Management is collecting contact information from those who need assistance and is also collecting information and reports of storm and flood damage. Please call (360) 788-5311 to report storm damage and be sure to leave your name, address and contact information, including phone number.  This information will be used to seek federal disaster relief funds and assistance.

FOR VOLUNTEERS: The Whatcom County Division of Emergency Management is accepting calls from volunteers who wish to aid in cleanup efforts. Please call them at (360) 676-6681 to offer your help. Callers should provide their names, contact information and capability for volunteer efforts (i.e. cleanup, carpenter, electrician, general all-around, etc.).

RECONSTRUCTION AND REBUILDING

CITY OF FERNDALE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

(360) 384-4006

www.cityofferndale.org

If your structure has suffered damage and you are located within Ferndale City limits, please contact the City Community Development.  Director Michael Cerbone can assist you in determining permitting requirements can also assist in determining which permits be fast-tracked.  That telephone number is (360) 384-4006 or email him directly at MichaelCerbone@cityofferndale.org

UNSURE WHO TO CALL?

CITY OF FERNDALE

(360) 384-4006

www.cityofferndale.org

https://www.facebook.com/cityofferndale/

Unsure who to turn to? Please feel free to call City Hall during normal business hours at (360) 384-4006, and we will do our best to assist you.

FERNDALE COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER

(360) 380-2200

https://www.facebook.com/FerndaleCommunityResourceCenter

coordinator@ferndalecsc.org

http://ferndalecsc.org/resource-center

The Ferndale Community Resource Center is coordinating volunteer efforts and donations right here in Ferndale. If you need help or can provide help, please visit their facebook page or call (360) 380-2200 and leave a message so they can connect you to the correct resource. 

WHATCOM COUNTY DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

(360) 788-5311

https://www.whatcomcounty.us/3827/Flood-Response-Information

The Whatcom County Division of Emergency Management is collecting contact information from those who need assistance and is also collecting information and reports of storm and flood damage. Please call (360) 788-5311 to report storm damage and be sure to leave your name, address and contact information, including phone number.  This information will be used to seek federal disaster relief funds and assistance.

2021 Summer Unclaimed Property Auction

Start off the Summer by shopping local! You will find items for auction at www.Govdeals.com. These are items that have been unclaimed or found property and left at the Police Department.

Make sure to pre-register in order to participate in the auction. Auction starts on Friday, August 6th! You will find hand tools, Apple products, Compressor, Jewelry, New Sketchers, Star Wars Memorabilia, Luggage, Musical Instruments and Digital cameras.

Click here to access a flyer with complete item descriptions and pictures.

Ferndale Police Seek Missing Person

On 7/17/21, Ferndale Police responded to a report regarding Mr. Bleil being a missing person.  According to family members, Mr. Bleil was last seen on 7/16/21 at about 8:00 am as he left his residence.  He suffers with mental health issues, left without his medication and has been behaving abnormally recently. 

He was last seen wearing a dark colored T-shirt, shorts and was carrying a backpack.  Any information regarding Mr. Bleil’s whereabouts can be reported to the Ferndale Police Department at 360-384-3390 or the Washington State Patrol’s Missing Persons Unit at 1-800-543-5678. 

Ferndale Police Seek Help Identifying Burglary Suspect

Update 07-02-21: Thanks to the efforts of the community, the suspects in this case have been identified. Thank you everyone for your efforts.

On 6/25/2021, at about 3:51 AM, Ferndale Police were dispatched to Rite Aid located at 5655 Third Avenue for an alarm activation.  Upon arrival, officers discovered that a window had been broken and it appeared that entry had been made.  With the assistance of the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office, the area was checked with a K-9 and the interior of the building was searched but the suspects were not located. 

Video surveillance from Rite Aid captured the suspects making entry to the store through the broken window and stealing property inside. 

The Ferndale Police Department is releasing video footage and photographs of the suspects in an attempt to identify them.  If you have any information regarding this case, please contact Detective Eric Grant at 360-483-5739 or egrant@ferndalepd.org.

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