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School crosswalks get busy again
Police urge caution as students return to school
Monday, August 31, 2015

Students who attend Bellevue schools will head back to class on Tuesday, September 1st. The Bellevue Police Department will be working to ensure that drivers in school zones within the city obey traffic laws.

Please remember when yellow lights are flashing in school speed zones, the speed limit is reduced to 20 mph. In other school zones, the 20 mph limit is in effect when children are present, so be prepared to slow down, and keep an eye out for kids.


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Police urge caution as students return to school
School crosswalks get busy again

Students who attend Bellevue schools will head back to class on Tuesday, September 1st. The Bellevue Police Department will be working to ensure that drivers in school zones within the city obey traffic laws.

Please remember when yellow lights are flashing in school speed zones, the speed limit is reduced to 20 mph. In other school zones, the 20 mph limit is in effect when children are present, so be prepared to slow down, and keep an eye out for kids.

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Monday, August 31, 2015
Public hearing to update parks and open space plan
Residents enjoy a day at one of Bellevue's beach parks.
Residents enjoy a day at one of Bellevue's beach parks.

The public is invited to provide comments for Bellevue's Parks and Open Space System Plan at a hearing hosted by the Parks & Community Services Board at City Hall on Thursday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m.

The hearing is an opportunity to provide input regarding long-term objectives for acquisition, preservation or development of parks, community facilities, trails and open space in Bellevue. Comments can be provided in-person at the hearing or submitted in writing prior to the hearing.

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Friday, August 28, 2015
Walkers, bikers: ID imperfections with online mapping tool
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The city's Transportation Department is asking the public to identify unsafe conditions or behaviors in Bellevue's walking and bicycling network. Information gathered through a "wiki" mapping survey will be used to address locations where problems occur. Participate in the survey.

The online survey, which will be available through Oct. 31, allows users to locate a less than perfect spot on a map, describe and evaluate the issue using a menu of options, choose a solution, make additional comments and upload a photo of the location if desired.

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Thursday, August 27, 2015
Bellevue asks residents and businesses to keep up the good work conserving water
Water feature at City Hall drained to conserve water
Water feature at City Hall drained to conserve water.

Bellevue residents and businesses have done a great job conserving water as part of a regional drought response that began in July -- contributing to the region's collective reduction of its water use by 10 percent over the last two weeks, hitting the goal set by Seattle, Everett, and Tacoma. The city asks residents and businesses to continue conserving and to find additional, simple ways to limit water use and stretch water supplies until the rainy season.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Bellevue firefighters battle eastern Washington fires
Bellevue firefighters prepare for deployment.
Bellevue firefighters prepare for deployment.

Bellevue firefighters have answered the call by communities across that state for assistance with fire operations in eastern Washington.

The wildfires in Chelan, Okanogan and Ferry counties are moving fast, so Bellevue firefighters are being deployed in various locations. Bellevue Fire has dispatched a communications team and a crew of firefighter-paramedics. An engine company has also been requested.

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Thursday, August 20, 2015
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure Eastside light rail serves the needs of residents and businesses.

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