Fall Playbook 2023

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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How to Sign Up for a Bellingham Parks and Recreation Activity You will need an ActiveNet account to register for programs with the City of Bellingham. Scan this QR code or visit cob.org/ezreg to get started. 1. Enter your email address. This email address will be what you use to login to ActiveNet. 2. Fill out the form. Then, click, "Next". 3. Fill out the personal information form. Then, click, "Next". 4. Verify your account. Check for an email from ActiveNet. Click the link in the email to verify your account. 5. Register for programs. You're all set! Now you can register for programs on our ActiveNet site. Questions? Give us a call Monday-Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm at (360) 778-7000. Registration opens Tuesday, September 5 at 8:30 am. For aquatic offerings please refer to page 56. 3 General Information cob.org/parks • (360) 778–7000 3 Arne Hanna Aquatic Center 1114 Potter Street Bellingham City Hall 210 Lottie Street Bellingham Park Operations 2221 Pacific Street Bloedel Donovan Park 2214 Electric Avenue Boulevard Park 270 Bayview Drive Civic Sports Complex and Skate Park 1355 Civic Field Way Cordata Park 4510 Cordata Parkway Cornwall Park 3424 Meridian Street Depot Market Square 1100 Railroad Avenue Fairhaven Library Auditorium 1117 12th Street Lake Padden Park/Golf Course 4882 Samish Way Maritime Heritage Park 514 W. Holly Street Squalicum Creek Park 1001 Squalicum Way Waypoint Park 1145 Granary Avenue Woodstock Farm 1200 Chuckanut Drive Bellingham Parks and Recreation Facilities The City conforms to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Individuals with disabilities who wish to participate in City programs, services or activities and need an accommodation should call us at: (360) 778–7000. Terrain conditions vary based on program locations. Refer to the following icons: Conditions include snow and/or ice. Mostly flat, simple maneuverability. Program includes water activity, uneven entry points. Some uneven surfaces, may need some assistance. Uneven or steep terrain, not easily accessible.

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