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Bellevue is a "managing for results" city, and wants residents to know it spends wisely. Being publicly accountable, spending limited resources effectively and efficiently while providing value to stakeholders — is very important to Bellevue's elected and appointed officials. To this end, Bellevue uses a variety of tools to keep in touch with residents and examine its performance regularly.
Report to Bellevue Citizens (September 2010): Four-page report focusing on Bellevue's vital signs and overall performance.
2012 Annual Performance Report: Results from the performance measures resident survey and community indicators called "Bellevue Vital Signs" give the reader a sense of the city's overall health. Departments report their performances in annual "scorecards."
Performance Measures Survey: Scientifically valid annual citizen survey that assesses how residents view the city's services and overall performance.
Budget Survey Reports: Conducted every two years to learn about resident budget priorities, the importance and level of satisfaction with city services and the value residents feel they get for their tax dollars.
2006 Comparative Cities Performance Report: Participating in a national program sponsored by the International City and County Management Association, the city regularly produces a report comparing Bellevue to other local and national jurisdictions.
2005 Citizen Forum Report