The Bellingham Public Development Authority
THE BELLINGHAM PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY CEASED OPERATIONS ON OCTOBER 31, 2014.
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Organization to Lead the Development of Vacant and Under-Utilized City Properties.
The mission of the Bellingham Public Development Authority is to develop and promote the use of City-owned property for the financial, social, and environmental well being of the community.
See the BPDA Strategic Plan Version 2.0, adopted by the Board on October 25, 2011 by going to the Library Page under "Operating Documents"
Bellingham is proud to be a city that makes the most of its natural resources, inherent beauty, entrepreneurial spirit and civic-minded residents. In keeping with the community's goals to preserve its characteristic beauty while promoting economic sustainability, the Bellingham Public Development Authority (BPDA) was created by the City of Bellingham in 2008 to develop and promote the use of city-owned property to implement development plans and policies contributing to the City's financial, social and environmental vitality. The BPDA became operational in late 2009.
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