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Housing for Bellingham

Housing policy and community planning are complex, but they have enormous consequences for everyone. As Bellingham and Whatcom County grapple with a housing crisis, many community members have asked us where they can find readily accessible information about Bellingham’s housing issues.


Caitac USA Corp. (“Caitac USA”) created Housing for Bellingham to help provide that information. Housing for Bellingham is a central online resource intended to help people better understand the vocabulary, processes, laws, and policies that city and county planners and elected officials use to make decisions affecting housing availability in Bellingham and Whatcom County.


As a long-time local property and business owner, Caitac USA certainly has its own perspective on area housing issues. However, the primary goal of Housing for Bellingham is to educate and inform members of the Bellingham and Whatcom County community. To create viable long-term solutions to solve our local housing crisis, Housing for Bellingham encourages people to learn more about the issues, form their own opinions, attend City and County Council meetings, and engage in respectful dialogue focused on building a stronger, more vibrant community.



Caitac USA is a privately held company which owns and operates the North Bellingham Golf Course, the Holiday Inn Express on Meridian Street, the Pacific Meridian Plaza office and retail buildings, City Gym, the Newport Apartments, and other commercial and development properties in Bellingham.  Learn more about Caitac USA here.  


Caitac USA has been an active member of the Bellingham and Whatcom County business community since 1989. Through its development arm, Larrabee Springs, Inc, developer of Bellingham’s first solar community, Caitac USA is a local leader in creating green-built, environmentally sustainable communities. Learn more about Larrabee Springs here.


Contact your Bellingham City Council representative and tell them you support a proactive plan for sustainable growth.

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