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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.
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.