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Fairhaven Neighbors is recognized by the City of Bellingham as the non-profit organization representing the Fairhaven neighborhood community in Bellingham, Washington. The purpose of the association is to preserve, protect, and enhance the physical, economic, and social well being of the Fairhaven neighborhood; and to provide a means for citizen involvement in broader community and civic affairs; and to perform other charitable acts.
By participating and working together, we can make our neighborhood the very best it can be.
Fairhaven Neighbors Monthly Meeting

Join us from 7 to 9 p.m. on the First Wednesday of each month (except August & Dec.) at the Chuckanut Center at 103 Chuckanut Drive N.
Meetings generally have an informative presentation during the first half, followed by a break for social time and refreshments, then re-convening for a business meeting. Neighbors are encouraged to come, and may stay for the full two hours, or you are welcome to slip out before the business meeting begins at 8 p.m. If you have a neighborhood issue you would like to see addressed, please contact Brooks Anderson or any board member. 

Check out the Neighborhood News (at right) for upcoming dates and topics of discussion


Next Meeting November 7th

7-9, Chuckanut Center at 103 Chuckanut Drive N.

Special Speaker Claudia Vizcarra, code enforcement police officer.

Claudia is the point person about cleaning up Homeless Camps and

handling other complaints about nuisance, litter and environmental

problems around the city.

New news about a homeless shelter for winter supported and accepted

by City. The Mayor and the Planning Department have said they will

announce the location within the next week.

Officer Eric Ostercamp will address questions you have about

Bellingham’s most pressing police issues.

Another apartment development in Fairhaven. 1503 Larrabee Ave. The pre-application meeting will be held at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal at 6 pm November 7. This required meeting is held before developer can apply for land use permits. The proposed project is the demolition of the existing building and the development of a 3-story apartment building with 2 office units. We will have preliminary drawings at Fairhaven Neighbors meeting.

1507 &1509 8th Street the Stebner proposed development. Still no

Planning Department decision. It has been a long time waiting for

this questionable development on geological challenged land on the

banks of Padden Creek.

See Fairhaven Development Status button at the top of this page to link to September 2018 map of Fairhaven Development

Click on ‘Notes From the President’ up and to the left for updated membership information.