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    Council Roundup: East Main Land Use Code Amendment

    Plus, success of Neighborhood Walks, latest development activity and environmental education center name discussed On Monday, the City Council reviewed the first of a series of topics – building…
    City Manager Brad Miyake speaks at a Neighborhood Walk.

    COVID-19 Updates: Vaccinations required for large outdoor events, public indoor spaces

    In concert with county and state public health officials, the city is taking actions and making recommendations to help protect residents from the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn more on our COVID-19…
    Image of coronavirus with vaccine bottles in the foreground

    City hosting Neighborhood Forum on affordable housing

    'Planning for Tomorrow' virtual forum Sept. 23 Rising housing costs have priced many people out of living in Bellevue.
    Housing construction

    Police sector captains to host roundtables

    UPDATE: Due to a scheduling conflict, we have been asked to reschedule the north and south sector roundtables. Please note the new dates below. We apologize for the change and appreciate your…

    'Al fresco' program on Main Street ends this weekend

    City seeking feedback on 2021 outdoor dining program As fall approaches, the cooler temperatures and shifting weather mean the on-street dining areas on Main Street will soon wrap up for the year.…
    Diners enjoy the outdoor eating option at Bis on Main.

    Cultural Conversations: Belonging in the Garden

    ‘Belonging in the Garden: flowers, gardens, traditions and the connections they create’ Cultural Conversations begins a new season of storytelling and connection with the theme “Belonging Begins…
    Bellevue Botanical garden

    Bellevue adds UAS tool to boost services

    Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems technology will be used in key areas across various departments  The City of Bellevue is adding Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) technology to its toolkit to improve…
    UAS view over NE Spring Blvd.

    Council Roundup: Homelessness outreach and support work update

    Plus, economic development snapshot and Transportation Commission appointment  On Monday, the City Council received an informational update on Bellevue’s homelessness outreach program, including…

    Wanted: Feedback on city’s new demonstration greenway

    The city’s first neighborhood greenway has opened on 165th and 166th avenues in East Bellevue, and we want to know what you think of the project, which aims to create a safer, more comfortable…
    Man and dog near mini roundabout

    BelRed utility boxes get creative

    City arts and culture program involves local artists in beautifying Bellevue’s first-ever burgeoning arts district Utility and signal boxes in Bellevue’s BelRed neighborhood are getting an artistic…
    Utility box wrap art by artist Molly Keen
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