Little Squalicum Park

Marine Drive at Lindbergh Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225

Little Squalicum Park is an undeveloped 21-acre area on the northeast end of Bellingham’s waterfront. Little Squalicum Creek runs through the site, fed by springs and stormwater runoff from adjacent properties. The site has multiple owners, including the city of Bellingham and Whatcom County. The city leases the county’s portion of the site for improvement, management and operation as a park. Bordering the site are residential neighborhoods and industrial facilities, including the Oeser Company. The Oeser property is part of a designated federal Superfund site. Superfund is the federal counterpart to the state’s toxic cleanup law and is carried out by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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