Blaine, Washington

Blaine: City in Whatcom County, Washington, United States

About

Blaine is a city located in the county of Whatcom in the U.S. state of Washington. Its population at the 2010 census was 4,684 and a population density of 556 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 5,638 inhabitants.

The city was created 166 years ago in 1857.

Blaine locator map
Location of Blaine on Washington map.

Quick Facts about Blaine

Population : 5,638 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Washington (United States)
County : Whatcom County
Postal code : 98230–98231
Phone Area Codes : 360
Area : 8.43 km2
Altitude : 52 feet / 16 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1858 (166 years ago)
Time Zone : Pacific Time Zone, UTC−08:00, UTC−07:00
Local time : 10:14:45 (25th June 2024)
Density : 669 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 16.92% (2010-2020)
U.S. Port of Entry  Blaine  Washington '2013' - 2 image
U.S. Port of Entry Blaine Washington '2013' - 2
U.S. Port of Entry  Blaine  Washington '2013' - 2 image

Geography

Blaine is located at 48°59'37"N 122°44'50"W (48.9937200, -122.7471200).

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Demographics

The population of Blaine increased by 16.92% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 4,684 - census
2011 4,782 2.05% estimation process
2012 4,823 0.85% estimation process
2013 4,893 1.43% estimation process
2014 4,967 1.49% estimation process
2015 5,035 1.35% estimation process
2016 5,139 2.02% estimation process
2017 5,308 3.18% estimation process
2018 5,431 2.26% estimation process
2019 5,607 3.14% estimation process
2020 5,638 0.55% estimation process

Blaine zip code is 98230. County name: Whatcom, County fips: 53073

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People born in Blaine (2)

People born in Blaine, including politician Arliss Sturgulewski, professional golfer Charles Congdon, .

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Schools in Blaine

College & universities near Blaine, WA

Code Name City ZIP
380377 Northwest Indian College Bellingham (WA) 98226-9217

Stations (4)

Amtrak & bus stations near Blaine, WA

Code Name Address Type
BEL Bellingham station 401 Harris Avenue RAIL
MVW Skagit Transportation Center 105 East Kincaid St. RAIL
STW Stanwood station 27111 Florence Way RAIL
EVR Everett Station 3201 Smith Ave. RAIL

Post offices near Blaine

Post Office Name City ZIP
Blain Post Office Blaine (WA) 98230

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Other cities in Whatcom County

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Whatcom County , WA.

City Name Population Title
Bellingham 93,955 The most populous city in Whatcom County, Washington.
Ferndale 15,531 City in Whatcom County, Washington, United States
Lynden 15,408 City in Washington, United States
Birch Bay 8,413 Census designated place
Sudden Valley 6,441 Census designated place
Everson 2,888 Small city in Washington
Nooksack 1,659 Small city in Washington
Sumas 1,629 Small city in Washington

Distance to Other Cities

Blaine distances to largest Washington cities