About the Ferndale Chamber

Established in 1955, the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce is devoted to fostering a healthy business environment that will promote a great quality of life for our community.

Ferndale offers a great many opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses. Just over an hour north of Seattle, Washington and one hour south of Vancouver, British Columbia, our town is conveniently located off of I-5 just minutes from the county seat of Bellingham, Washington.

Ferndale is Whatcom County's fastest growing community and is expected to evolve into a major business arena. If you are looking for a growing community that cares, then Ferndale is the place for you!
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  • December Leading Ladies

    December Leading Ladies
    Join us on Wednesday December 3rd from 5:30-7 p.m. at Kelly's O'deli. We will be having a holiday networking party. Please bring a White Elephant gift worth no more than $10. Please RSVP.
  • December Member Luncheon

    December Member Luncheon
    Join us on Wednesday, December 17 from noon-1 p.m. at the Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa for lunch and a holiday party! Please RSVP.
  • New roundabouts on Slater Road

    New roundabouts on Slater Road
    Work kicks off October 7 on three roundabouts near the I-5 Slater Road interchange. This project will impact traffic in the area starting Tuesday, Oct. 14.
  • BP to hold Open House

    BP to hold Open House
    BP to hold their bi-annual open house. This event is limited to 400 people. For more information, view their website.
  • New library update

    New library update
    Concrete issues lead to grand opening postponement
  • STAR Park still full steam ahead

    STAR Park still full steam ahead
    Losing state grant shouldn't slow project down
  • The Other Bank opens in Ferndale

    The Other Bank opens in Ferndale
    The Other Bank opens in addition to the Ferndale Resource Center.
  • Ferndale approves "Lot Averaging"

    Ferndale approves
    On August 4, the Ferndale City Council approved lot averaging which gives builders options about whether to create larger or smaller lots in a community.

Congratulations to November Member of the Month
Louis Auto Glass!