Auto Repair in Lynden, WA
The windmill prominently placed on the corner of front and 9th street, symbolizes the agricultural roots of Lynden. It is the second largest city in Whatcom County, with a deep history and bright future. Lynden was established in 1874 on the site of a Native American village. It began as a pioneer settlement that developed into a lush farmland. Like much of Whatcom county, Lynden is known for growing sweet raspberries. In fact, Lynden even holds a Raspberry Festival every year. Of course, Lynden has many other unique attributes. The main entrance to Lynden is between two cemeteries and at one time, Lynden held the record for the most churches per capita. Visiting Lynden is like a trip back in time. You'll find traditional beliefs and morals, and businesses closed on Sundays. Here are Rod's Japanese Auto Care, we still do things the old fashioned way. That's why the residents of Lynden have been trusting us since 2002. When you're ready to see what everyone is talking about, come visit us in Bellingham. We would love to say hi!