BELLINGHAM ­— The Bellingham Bells have canceled their season amid COVID-19 concerns and complying with Bellingham Mayor Seth Fleetwood’s order to postpone or cancel events at city facilities until Aug. 31. 

  “We are deeply grateful to our sponsors, vendors, partners, host families, players, coaches, fans and everyone in the Bells family who has supported us so passionately over the years,” a press release from the Bells said. “While this cancellation certainly comes with great disappointment, we also have incredible excitement and optimism for the return of baseball at Joe Martin Field in summer 2021.”

  The Bells will retain three full-time front office staff members.

  “We remain committed to our mission of community, development and excellence, and over the next 14 months will be hard at work striving to bring you the best version of Bells Baseball in summer 2021,” the organization says. 

  All 2020 ticket vouchers will be valid next season with no exchange necessary. Current season ticket deposits will also be valid for next season.