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Huxley College of the Environment
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Environmental Impact Assessment
Department or Program Affiliation
Department of Environmental Studies
Abel, Troy D.
The proposed project seeks to bring life and energy to underutilized sections of alleyways on either side of Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham's central business district. A major component of the revitalization project is proposing infill development to increase potential retail space, provide housing opportunities and create a more attractive pedestrian corridor. Other elements include capital improvements such as pervious alleyway pavement, consolidating dumpsters, improving lighting, installing archways, bike racks and benches, as well as burying power lines. The project also proposes restricting vehicle access with removable bollards and keeping deliveries to off hours.
Community development, Urban--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham, Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham, Bellingham (Wash.)--Environmental conditions
Western Washington University
Subject – LCSH
Community development, Urban--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Bellingham (Wash.)--Environmental conditions
environmental impact statements
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Gimper, Brandon; Huth, Danny; Olson, Cory; Quarre, Jacqueline; and Tetreault, Stefanie, "Revitalizing the Alleyways of Downtown Bellingham, Washington: Environmental Impact Assessment" (2010). College of the Environment Graduate and Undergraduate Publications. 2.