Settled in 1853, Fairhaven was one of four early towns that consolidated in 1904 to create the City of Bellingham. Explore this photo-rich story map, showing how Fairhaven has evolved over time.
Interactive Story Map / Booklet
Highway 99 (Pacific Highway 1)
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Planning and Community Development