Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville plans to discuss future planning efforts in the city’s downtown, as well as the district’s place within other central city neighborhoods, during the next meeting of the Downtown Neighborhood Association.
The association, which is coordinated by the nonprofit Downtown Bellingham Partnership, will meet at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, at the Leopold Retirement Residence at 1224 Cornwall Ave.
Linville will share her vision for downtown Bellingham as part of a “city center” that includes Old Town and the future Waterfront District, according to a press release. The mayor will also answer questions from attendees.
Linville recently highlighted several planning initiatives underway in Bellingham’s city center in a guest column published by The Bellingham Herald.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association meets on the last Wednesday of each month, excluding December due to the holidays. Meetings are open to residents, business owners, and nonmembers interested in downtown matters.