Policies

All of the Whatcom Council of Government’s (WCOG) policies are available below. For more information about any of WCOG’s policies, please contact Bob Wilson, Executive Director, at (360) 685-8389.

Title VI Policy

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1974 (4.7MB PDF)

WCOG is committed to adhering to the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which ensures that no person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise discriminated against under any federally funded program or activity, whether on the grounds of race, color, national origin or sex.

Any person who believes that his or her civil rights under Title VI have been violated through a federally funded initiative of WCOG may file a complaint with WCOG’s Title VI Coordinator, Bob Wilson by calling (360) 676-6974, e-mailing to TitleVI@wcog.org or writing to: Title VI Coordinator, WCOG, 314 East Champion Street, Bellingham, WA 98225.

Title VI Notice to the Public (81KB PDF)

Title VI Discrimination Complaint Form

Documentos en Español

Formulario de reclamo por discriminación título VI (PDF)

Procedimientos de reclamos de no discriminación para programas o
actividades con ayuda federal (PDF)

Privacy Statement

WCOG does not collect, store or disseminate credit card information from registrants to its events.  Payment information is collected on the secure Virtual Merchant site, and Virtual Merchant does not share that information with WCOG.

WCOG also does not disseminate e-mail addresses collected on the website through blogs or other social media outlets.

Registration Policy

Registration for WCOG classes and events can be done by credit card or check prior to the event.  Confirmation of registration will be sent by e-mail within five days of registration.

Refund Policy

Registration payments may be refunded in full up to two weeks prior to the scheduled event.  Please call (360) 676-6974 if you wish to receive a refund for a WCOG event.