Malloy Avenue will be closed to all traffic at Thornton Street starting Tuesday, April 6, 2021. The intersection of Malloy and Thornton will be closed to north and south bound traffic for a period up to 6 weeks. During the closure, northbound traffic will be detoured from Malloy Avenue at Seamount Drive and directed onto Vista Drive (truck traffic will be detoured onto Vista Drive at the roundabout). Southbound traffic will be detoured from Malloy Avenue at Aldergrove Road and onto Vista Drive. East and westbound traffic on Thornton Street will be flagged through the work area, but will not be permitted to turn onto Malloy Avenue during the closure. Details are shown on the attached.
This closure is necessary to allow construction crews to complete utility replacement and upgrades for the Thornton Overpass project. For more information about this project, visit our website at https://www.cityofferndale.org/thorntonoverpass.
If you have questions regarding the closure, please contact the Ferndale Public Works Department at (360) 384-4006 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Every five (5) years, Whatcom County submits a Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan (NHMP) for review and approval by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). It is time to update the plan and submit it to FEMA once again. We are using the 2016 plan as the basis to create the 2021 plan.
The purpose of an NHMP is to identify the types of natural hazards that impact a jurisdiction, assess each jurisdiction’s vulnerability to those hazards, and formulate mitigation strategies that will lessen the severity of natural disasters by protecting human life and property. Plans must be reviewed and updated to remain active. This process is very important and allows Whatcom County to receive Federal funding for mitigation and pre-disaster projects to lessen the impact of disasters when they do happen.
FEMA reviews Whatcom County’s plan for accuracy and mitigation measures being considered, underway, or already completed. An updated Whatcom County plan is due to be submitted to FEMA in 2021.
The City of Ferndale updates the Stormwater Management Program as a response to specific special conditions within the “Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit” that authorizes the City of Ferndale to discharge stormwater to the waters of the State of Washington.
Per the Permit, this program summary will be updated each year and will be available to the public. Participation and comments are welcome and may be directed to City of Ferndale Stormwater staff email@example.com. The comment period for the 2021 Program update began February 8, 2021 and ended March 8, 2021.
City of Ferndale
Public Notice Solicitation of Professional Services
The City of Ferndale (pursuant to RCW 39.80) is soliciting statements of qualifications and performance data from engineering and/or architectural firms for providing general engineering and survey services for municipal applications including but not limited to sanitary sewer systems, storm drainage, water distribution systems, streets, geotechnical investigations and studies, and traffic engineering for the remainder of the 2021 calendar year. These qualifications and performance data will be placed on file and will be used as a source from which to select one or more qualified firms from whom a detailed proposal will be requested for any specific project.
Those firms who wish to submit shall provide one (1), Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) with a cover letter for each discipline of work they wish to be considered. The discipline of work needs to be stated in the cover letter.
Include SOQ point-of-contact information with e-mail address on each cover letter. The format of the SOQ is left to the discretion of the submitter. Submittals should not exceed (10) ten pages.
Those firms that have statements currently on file will need to resubmit to be included in the remainder of the 2021 calendar year. All SOQ’s will be placed on file and will be used to select qualified consultants for each particular project, as the need arises. Due to the ongoing nature of the projects throughout the year consultants not selected will not be notified. Failure to follow the format outlined above may result in disqualification and/or removal from the Consultant Roster.
Please submit Statements of Qualifications to the City of Ferndale Public Works Department, by mail; attention: Public Works Department, P.O. Box 936, Ferndale, WA 98248 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The City of Ferndale encourages minority and women owned consultant firms to respond.
For questions, please contact the Public Works Department at email@example.com or (360) 384-4006.
Following are the Disciplines of Work that the City will be accepting SOQs: