Bellevue's Environmental Stewardship Initiative is the City's sustainability program, which oversees a range of actions designed to help the city achieve its environmental goals.
- Adoption of the Sustainable Bellevue: Environmental Stewardship Plan: The plan outlines a suite of 77 actions for city operations and the community, to support the achievement of our Environmental Stewardship goals.
- Sustainable Bellevue Community Townhall: Community townhall on Tuesday, July 13 (originally scheduled for July 14), covered 2021 implementation plans, the 2020 environmental performance report and opportunities for further engagement.
- Quarterly update to Council on July 19: Staff will update the City Council on the 2020 environmental performance report and recent accomplishments.
- Trees for Bellevue: Tree Giveaway: This fall the city will give away 500 trees to Bellevue residents and community organizations. Learn more and apply at Tree Giveaway.
Check out the new and improved performance dashboard for information on Bellevue's progress on environmental goals such as greenhouse gas emissions, energy use, and water use.
2020 Environmental Performance Report is now on our online ESI Performance Dashboard.