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The Bellingham Tourism Commission makes recommendations to the City for allocations to local organizations as part of the Tourism Promotion grant program. Participation Options Meetings can be attended either in-person at City Hall (210 Lottie Street), or virtually via Zoom Webinar (Meeting ID: 926 3348 0860 / Password: 9). Registration via www.cob.org/tourism is required to attend the meeting ... Read more
The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is responsible for identifying and actively encouraging the conservation of the City of Bellingham’s historic resources. Participation Options Meetings can be attended either in-person at City Hall (210 Lottie Street), or virtually via Zoom Webinar (Meeting ID: 940 8891 9905 / Password: 9) No registration required to attend this meeting. Meeting Materials Visit ... Read more
At this second open house for the Pedestrian Master Plan, draft plans will be presented followed by a question-and-answer session. Please use this Zoom link to access the meeting. Agenda This meeting will be recorded and posted online for those who cannot attend live. Following the open house, City staff will hold virtual office hours ... Read more
Location: In Person at City Hall - Mayor's Board Room or Remote Meeting Option Below Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: Your Personal Meeting Link: https://cob.zoom.us/s/94589588482?pwd=bWtSVGlzcHFDVHlrY1Z2RU5XMjR2UT09 Meeting ID: 945 8958 8482 Password: 558849 Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): ... Read more
Agenda: The following item(s) are anticipated to be considered at this meeting. The full agenda and meeting materials will be posted approximately two weeks in advance of the meeting. Written comments can be sent to email@example.com. A public hearing for the consideration of a rezone to amend the official zoning map and the South Neighborhood Table of Zoning regulations ... Read more
Join the City, Whatcom Million Trees Project, and the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) as we work along the creek in the north end of the park to remove invasive Himalayan Blackberry and English Ivy to restore this stately forest. This work party is being held in honor of David Taylor, a long-term steward of ... Read more