Most Bellingham residents work in sales, office, or administration support occupations. Known for being lush and green, Bellingham is still a lumber and paper mill town but has been transitioning towards new economy industries. Bellingham has sixteen elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools, four private schools, and three community colleges. It is also home to Western Washington University, as well as a few for-profit schools. Bellingham gets close to the national average of rainfall at 36 inches of rain per year and 12 inches of annual snowfall. The city sees about 157 sunny days in the year, with the July high temperature at 74 degrees and the average January low temperature at 30 degrees.
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