The Bellingham neighborhood associations are a key componet of the overall City of Bellingham (COB) plan. The City believes that the core values must start at the neighborhood level. If you want our neighborhoods to reflect your values and vision then you should attend your WFNA meetings. We bring you topics that are important to our neighborhood development and values based on your imput and priorities.
Stopping crime in out City neighborhoods is of the utmost importance. Most of our meetings have our Neighborhood Police Officer, Eric Osterkamp in attendance to listen to your concerns and give us updates on criminal issues that affect us. He can be reached at (360) 778-8785, or at email@example.com.
We would like to keep communications between your elected board and our Whatcom Falls residents open and easy to access. We intend to use this website as part of the way we dispense information.
We also use a tool called Nextdoor. This is a is a privately-owned, free online social network used by many neighborhoods such as ours. We encourage everyone to use nextdoor to communicate with your WFNA Board and all your neighbors in Whatcom Falls and surrounding neighborhoods. Find out more about Nextdoor Click Here! We encourage everyone to signup up for Nextdoor by Clicking Here!
There will be a presentation by Jack Humphery on the proposed publicly owned fiber optic network in our community.
Our meetings are held at Kulshan Middle School library, located at 1250 Kenoyer Drive. See our schedule for the spring meetings below.
President Rick Sawyer informed us that Bellingham Public Works wishes to let the public know the planning continues on the Resource Recovery Process for the Post Point Water Treatment Plant.
A flyer was available to review at the meeting and additional information is available online as well.