​Mayor Kelli Linville and the 2018&nbsp;City Center Awardees<br> image

​Mayor Kelli Linville and the 2018 City Center Awardees

Mayor's City Center Awards

​​​​​​​​​The annual Mayor's City Center Awards provides an opportunity for the Mayor to honor, showcase and recognize some of the outstanding achievements and exceptional private projects that have led to the revitalization of Bellingham's City Center Neighborhood.

The Mayor selects property owners, businesses, and/or organizations as awardees based on criteria that includes: outstanding restoration, rehabilitation, or renovation of an existing building; creating unique residential and commercial spaces within existing buildings; activating adjacent public spaces; and other actions that improve the quality of life in Bellingham's City Center.​​

2018 Awards

2018 Awards were presented by the Mayor at an award ceremony hosted by the City on July 12 at the Pickford Film Center.

Learn more about the ​​the 2018 City Center Awardess:

Hamlet Hotel, 1220 Railroad Avenue

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)

Co-Op Bakery Cafe, 405 E. Holly Street

YouTube Video​ & Award Poster (PDF)

Camber, 221 W. Holly Street

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)

Faithlife, 1313 Commercial Street​​​

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)


2017 Awards

​​​Mayor Kelli Linville and the 2017 City Center Awardees​

​2017 Awards were presented by the Mayor at an award ceremony hosted by the City on July 13 at the Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher Building.

Learn more about the 2017 City Center Awardees:

Jack Lamb of Aslan Brewing Company for the McBeath Building, 1330 N. Forest Street

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)

Bob Hall and David Johnston of Daylight Properties for the Herald Building, 1155 N. State Street

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)

Brad Parberry of Parberry's Inc. for the Swift Building / San Juan Apartments, 112-114 Grand Avenue

YouTube Video & Award Poster (PDF)