Bellevue’s budget is produced every two years and includes a seven-year capital budget. The budget serves as a major policy document and describes how the city intends to finance its services and infrastructure. The city government is responsible for building and repairing roads, providing police and fire protection, as well as maintaining parks, open space and recreational centers, which help contribute to the high quality of life Bellevue residents enjoy. The Budget Public Involvement Page lists the venues provided for stakeholder feedback.
2021-2022 Preliminary Budget
The 2021-2022 Preliminary Budget sets forth an operational and capital plan and includes resources needed to provide quality services to the residents and stakeholders of Bellevue, responds to revenue reductions due to COVID-19, addresses growing urbanization with critical investments, and advances the City Council’s Priorities and Council vision to be “the city where you want to be”.
2019-2020 Adopted Budget
The 2019-2020 Adopted Budget sets forth an operational and capital plan and includes resources needed to provide quality services to the residents and stakeholders of Bellevue, begins to respond to growing urbanization with critical investments, and advances Council’s three-year priorities and Council’s vision, “the city where you want to be.”
Adopted Budget Document
The City Manager’s Preliminary Budget was presented for City Council feedback, discussion, and requests for additional information. The 2019-2020 Budget was adopted on December 3, 2018.
View the entire budget document: 2019-2020 Budget
View sections of the 2019-2020 Budget document:
Reader's Guide and Glossary
Resource and Expenditure Summaries
Operating Budget by Outcome
Capital Investment Program (CIP) Plan
•HSE Proposals-General CIP
•HSE Proposals-Storm and Surface Water
Budget Detail Book