The six measures here represent key data about Bellevue's performance serving the Quality Neighborhoods budget outcome. Most are resident responses to the annual Performance Measures survey. All measures are annual. Operational data come with targets or thresholds, illustrated by green lines. In some cases, the city aims to provide services that meet or exceed the target. In other cases, staying below the green line indicates quality service. Targets are assessed regularly and are based on previous experiences and future expectations.
As a community, Bellevue values:
- An attractive, well-maintained and safe neighborhood;
- A neighborhood that supports all families; and
- Convenient access to day-to-day activities.
Residents who believe their neighborhood is a good place to live (higher is better).
Residents who believe Bellevue has attractive, well-maintained neighborhoods (higher is better).
Residents who believe they live in a neighborhood that provides convenient access to their day-to-day activities (higher is better).
People completing Bellevue mediation/facilitation who report situation improved (higher is better).
Sense of Community
Residents who believe their neighborhood has a sense of community (higher is better).
Residents who believe they live in a neighborhood that supports families, particularly those with children (higher is better).