The Fairhaven Neighborhood and Urban Village Planning project was designed to compile, refine, and clarify the vision and the rules relating to Fairhaven into one cohesive, Urban Village document.
The Public Comment page contains the input received throughout the public process:
July 2, 2012 – A second work session was held and staff was directed to complete the changes indicated by the Council and forward an ordinance for approval on August 6, 2012.
June 18, 2012 – A work session was conducted and direction to staff was provided.
June 4, 2012 – The City Council held a public hearing to consider the proposed (and revised based on Planning Commission comments) Fairhaven Neighborhood and Urban Village (FNUV) Plan. The following documents contain the Planning Commission’s final recommendations and were submitted to the Council for their review.
Staff Report (1,401K PDF)
FNUV Plan (2.242K PDF)
FNUV Development Regulations (1,682K PDF)
Building Height Map – Staff Recommendation (340K PDF)
Building Height Map – Commission Recommendation (340K PDF)
FNUV Design Standards (2,216K PDF)
FNUV Design Review Process Changes (156K PDF)
FNUV Zoning Table (PDF)
Wireless Facilities (PDF)
Thursday, April 19, 2012 began the formal legislative process with a public hearing before the Planning Commission.
Staff Report (840K PDF)
Fairhaven Neighborhood and Urban Village Plan – 3-20-12 DRAFT (2,275K PDF)
Development Regulations (1,695K PDF)
Design Standards (1,741K PDF)
Zoning Table (PDF)
Design Review Process Change (PDF)
Wireless Facilities Code Change (PDF)
Parking Plan Summary (PDF)
List of Significant Changes (PDF)|
Determination of Non-Significance (234K PDF)
SEPA Checklist (5,175K PDF)
Public Hearing Notice – Postcard (230K PDF)
The Bellingham Planning Commission also held four separate work sessions in 2012: April 26, May 3, May 8, and May 10. The materials for those meetings can be found in the Planning Commission meeting materials section.
Additional Meetings Held
Several meetings have been held since this process formally began in 2010 with the two public listening sessions in December, 2010. The public process and documents webpage outlines the meetings that began taking place in 2011 and the documents associated with each one.