Alabama Hill

The neighborhood lies just north of Whatcom Falls Park providing lots of outdoor recreational activities. Find out more about the Alabama Hill neighborhood here…..

Barkley Village

The neighborhood is about 814 acres and has plenty of trails and parks surrounding the area. Find out more about the Barkley Village neighborhood here


Highlights of the neighborhood include the Bellingham Golf and Country Club and the Squalicum Creek green belt. Find out more about the Birchwood neighborhood here

City Center

Bellingham’s City Center neighborhood is a collection of the waterfront district, old town, and the downtown area. Find out more about the City Center neighborhood here


The Columbia neighborhood has many parks including Elizabeth park, Carl Lobe park, and Loarraine Ellis parks. Find out more about the Columbia neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Cordata neighborhood borders the northern edge of Bellingham and was formed in 2010 and is home to Whatcom Community College. To find out more about the Cordata neighborhood here

Cornwall Park

Bellingham’s Cornwall Park neighborhood is 70 acres and full of recreational opportunities in the area. Find out more about the Cornwall Park neighborhood here


The neighborhood is along Bellingham Bay. Find out more information on the Edgemoor neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Fairhaven neighborhood was a pioneer settlement and become part of Bellingham in 1904. Find out more information about the Fairhaven neighborhood here

Happy Valley

Bellingham’s Happy Valley neighborhood lies just east of Fairhaven.  The neighborhood is close to Western Washington University. Find out more about the Happy Valley neighborhood here

Lettered Streets

Bellingham’s Lettered Streets neighborhood is adjacent to downtown Bellingham and a major part of the history of Bellingham. Find out more about the Lettered Streets neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Puget neighborhood lies just east of I-5 and downtown Bellingham.  The neighborhood is a mix of single and multi-family residential homes. Find out more about the Puget neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Samish neighborhood is on the southern end of Bellingham.  The neighborhood surrounds Lake Padden and lake Padden Park. Find out more about the Samish neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Sehome neighborhood is home to approximately 3,500 residents.  Prominent features include the 165 acre Sehome Hill arboretum. Find out more about the Sehome neighborhood here

Silver Beach

Bellingham’s Silver Beach is located on the eastern edge of Bellingham along a part of Lake Whatcom.  Neighborhood features include the 20 acre Bloedel Donovan Park. Find out more about the Silver Beach neighborhood here


Bellingham’s South neighborhood is located just west of I-5 and is home to approximately 1,500 Bellingham residents. Find out more about the South neighborhood here

South Hill

Bellingham’s South Hill neighborhood is located along Bellingham bay. Find out more about the South Hill neighborhood here

Sudden Valley

Bellingham’s Sudden Valley neighborhood is approximately 10 minutes from the city and home to about 6,500 residents. Find out more about the Sudden Valley neighborhood here


Bellingham’s Sunnyland neighborhood is home to approximately 2,200 residents.  Bellingham High School is located in the neighborhood as well as local parks. Find out more about the Sunnyland neighborhood here

Whatcom Falls

Bellingham’s Whatcom Falls neighborhood runs north and South of Lakeway Drive. The neighborhood features Whatcom Falls Park which houses four breathe taking waterfalls and miles of trails. Find out more about the Whatcom Falls neighborhood here


Bellingham’s York neighborhood is one of Bellingham’s oldest neighborhoods. Find out more about the York neighborhood here

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