Neighborhood Trainings

Neighborhood Trainings and Forums 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

If you are interested in learning more about what we have offered in the past and the kind of education opportunities we provide, please browse our archive under the "Past Events" tab below.

Neighborhood Leadership Gathering, 10/7/2021

October 7, Thursday 6:30-8pm

During a virtual Neighborhood Leadership Gathering on Thursday, Oct. 7, Parks and Community Services staff will share the scope of the department’s many assets and services and the purpose of a master plan. You will have opportunities during the evening to share your priorities and dreams for the future of the parks system.

rsvp: neighborhoodoutreach@bellevuewa.gov 

Neighborhood Trainings and Forums 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. An archive of past events is available below.

2021

Neighborhood Forum, Sept 23, 2021 Affordable Housing: Planning Today for Tomorrow.  

For current information, visit Housing Affordability.

2019

Welcome to City Hall (Chinese and English)

2018

Navigating "Fake News", Conspiracy Theories and Disinformation

2017

Under Our Skin: What Do We Mean When We Talk About Race
 

Cross Cultural Communication
Civil Disagreement 

2016

A Dialogue With Our Muslim Neighbors

2015

Going Green in our Community

2014

Tips for Neighborhood Associations Nuts and Bolts of Neighborhood Associations

2013

Climate Change and Our Community Keeping Kids Safe in Our Community

2012

Housing the People of Bellevue
Caring for the Needs of Youth
Thriving in a Culturally Diverse Community
Sharing Responsibility for the Common Good
Language Communication Workshop