Bellevue's Neighborhood Outreach Team offers a variety of events and classes for residents who want to learn more about their neighborhoods, community and city government.
Neighborhood Leadership Gathering: Come join the discussion! These semi-annual gatherings are open to anyone who has a passion for investing in their community and a willingness to share their heart, vision, priorities and best practices with other like-minded leaders across Bellevue.
Virtual Neighborhood Leadership Gathering:
COVID-19 Community Impact and Response
7-8:30 p.m. Zoom public meeting
Bellevue Television is able to provide closed captioning for tonight's Neighborhood Leadership Gathering. Here are ways to access the live feed with available closed captioning:
• Bellevue Television YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/BellevueWashington)
• Channel 21 on Comcast
Everyone is welcome. In order to get the ZOOM link, call 425-452-6836 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Leadership Gatherings are open everyone invested in the quality and health of their neighborhoods. To properly plan for the virtual format, participants must RSVP to 425-452-6836 or email@example.com.
You are invited to be part of a virtual presentation and panel discussion on what we are learning from the impact of COVID-19 on our community and the local economy. You are encouraged to share your insights through real-time polling, to ask questions of panelists and learn how we can all contribute to becoming a stronger and more resilient community.
City of Bellevue panelists will include:
- Mac Cummins, Community Development Director
- Michael Shiosaki, Parks and Community Services Director
- Jesse Canedo, Chief Economic Development Officer
- Toni Esparza, Assistant Director, Parks and Community Services
Bellevue Essentials: Your on-ramp to civic leadership. This is a nine-week class providing introduction the inner workings of city government and civic engagement. Class runs Sept.-Nov., and space is limited to 35 participants.
Neighborhood Trainings and Forums: These are offered each year to provide educational opportunities for neighborhood leaders and residents. Classes either focus on a current topic of community interest or on a set of skills and tools that are useful to residents and/or neighborhood associations. Times and topics vary.