Boulevard Park Shoreline and Public Access Enhancement

Boulevard is one of the most visited parks and top destinations in the city. The design approach for this restoration project focuses on rebuilding and enhancing two beaches in the park. The project focuses on beach nourishment, increasing dry beach backshore area, removal of riprap in the intertidal zone, and removal of failing rock revetments. ... Read more

Salish Landing

​Description Formerly referred to as “Cornwall Beach Park” this waterfront site has been given a new name that is more fitting of its grandeur and proximity to the Bay. “Salish Landing” was recommended as the new name by the Bellingham Parks and Recreation Board after an extensive public process. The Bellingham City Council formally adopted ... Read more

Boulevard Park Restroom Building

​​Description Constructed in 1979, the existing restroom building at the north end of the park is located within a contaminated​ cleanup site and in an area susceptible to ground settlement. In addition, the finished elevation of the existing restroom building may be less than the recommended elevation to account for sea-level rise. The existing restroom ... Read more

2019 Transportation Benefit District Projects

​​Project Overview:  ES-0547 This project consists of Transportation Benefit District-funded pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout Bellingham.  The purpose of this project is to reduce risk and improve connectivity for pedestrian and bike travel in accordance with the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master plans.  This project includes new sidewalks on portions of Yew Street, 24th and Lakeway / ... Read more

Annual Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

​​Project Overview: ​EU-0178 Annual program for replacement and rehabilitation of sanitary sewer mains and manholes via open-trench and trenchless methods. This project will rehabilitate or replace sewer mains and manholes which are deteriorated or have reached the end of their service life. The program also includes elements to reduce or eliminate stormwater inflow and groundwater infiltration ... Read more