Ferndale Whatcom County, Washington

Ferndale: City in Whatcom County, Washington, United States

About

Ferndale is a city located in the county of Whatcom in the U.S. state of Washington. Its population at the 2010 census was 11,415 and a population density of 624 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 15,531 inhabitants.

The city was created 150 years ago in 1871.

Ferndale Quick Facts

Population : 15,531 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Washington (United States)
County : Whatcom County
Postal code : 98248
Phone Area Codes : 360
Area : 18.28 km2
Altitude : 36 feet / 11 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1872 (150 years ago)
Time Zone : Pacific Time Zone, UTC−07:00, UTC−08:00
Local time : 21:22:00 (22nd January 2022)
Density : 850 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 26.5% (2010-2020)
Ferndale locator map
Location of Ferndale on Washington map.
Ferndale  WA - Leader Block 01A image
Ferndale WA - Leader Block 01A
Ferndale  WA - Leader Block 01A image

Geography

Ferndale is located at 48°50'47"N 122°35'28"W (48.8465000, -122.5910100).

Ferndale map

Demographics

The population of Ferndale increased by 26.5% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 11,415 - census
2011 11,725 2.64% estimation process
2012 11,968 2.03% estimation process
2013 12,350 3.09% estimation process
2014 12,774 3.32% estimation process
2015 13,140 2.79% estimation process
2016 13,593 3.33% estimation process
2017 14,042 3.2% estimation process
2018 14,534 3.39% estimation process
2019 14,897 2.44% estimation process
2020 15,531 4.08% estimation process

Ferndale zip code is 98248. County name: Whatcom, County fips: 53073

Ferndale, Jam

People born in Ferndale (6)

People born in Ferndale, including football player Jake Locker, film, television and voice actor Daran Norris, singer-songwriter Jesse Brand, .

List

  • Megan Manthey (Association footballer) she was born in 22/07/1988
  • Michael Koenen (Player of American football) he was born in 13/07/1982
  • Sky Hopinka (director, filmmaker and multimedia artist) he was born in 01/01/1984

Schools in Ferndale

College & universities near Ferndale, WA

Code Name City ZIP
380377 Northwest Indian College Bellingham (WA) 98226-9217
237039 Whatcom Community College Bellingham (WA) 98226
234696 Bellingham Technical College Bellingham (WA) 98225-1599
237011 Western Washington University Bellingham (WA) 98225-9008
236638 Skagit Valley College Mount Vernon (WA) 98273

Stations (7)

Amtrak & bus stations near Ferndale, 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
EDM Edmonds station 211 Railroad Ave. RAIL

Other places with the same name (7)

  • Ferndale , Michigan town in Humboldt County, California, United States with a population of 20,198 people.
  • Ferndale , Maryland town in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States with a population of 16,746 people.
  • Ferndale , Pennsylvania borough in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, United States with a population of 1,474 people.
  • Ferndale , California town in Humboldt County, California, United States with a population of 1,362 people.
  • Ferndale , Montana town in Lake County, Florida, United States with a population of 472 people.
  • Ferndale , Florida town in Lake County, Florida, United States with a population of 472 people.

Other cities in Whatcom County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Whatcom County , WA.

City Name Population Title
Bellingham 93,955 City in, and the county seat of, Whatcom County in the State of 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
Blaine 5,638 City in Whatcom County, Washington, United States
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

Ferndale distances to largest Washington cities