Bellevue offers a variety of standard PDF maps, downloadable spatial data and interactive web maps that help keep residents and visitors informed. Visit the full Map Gallery or preview featured interactive web maps below to explore city projects, plans and other city initiatives.
If you have an idea for an interactive web map, feedback on service, or a general question for city Geographic Information Systems (GIS) staff, please email us.
Time-enabled: Time-enabled. This icon indicates a map that allows users to visualize changes over time.
MAP Type of item. Either an interactive map, gallery (collection of related maps) or website with map content.
Mobile-Friendly: Mobile friendly. This icon indicates that the map is designed to work well on a phone or tablet.
This map provides information about large building projects being designed for the Downtown and BelRed neighborhoods.
Community, Culture, & Art Resources
This map is intended for planning, identifying trends, and connecting community, cultural, and art resources with residents of Bellevue.
Welcome to Bellevue
Explore Bellevue's many public amenities including schools, community centers, parks, neighborhoods, emergency response, and voting districts.
Browse local tech startup companies, co-working spaces, and incubator sites in Bellevue. Navigate the map's tabs to identify impacts and statistics.
New Zealand Mudsnails
This story maps gives a brief overview of New Zealand Mudsnails' origin, migration patterns and impact. It also details what has been done to track, monitor and contain these mudsnails.
Routes to School
Plan your route to school by walking or biking. Locations of pedestrian and bicycle facilities, streetlights, stop signs, and speed zones are mapped along your route.
Vision Zero | Bellevue
This time-aware story map shows severity and locations of collisions involving pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists over a 10-year period.
Pedestrian & Bicycle Progress Report
Interactive map for identifying the existing pedestrian and bicycle network and to track improvements made from voter-approved levy funds each year.