Chance for residents to propose and vote on improvements
How would you spend $400,000 in your neighborhood? Crossroads residents will get the chance to weigh in on the topic at an upcoming Neighborhood Enhancement Program kickoff meeting.
The kickoff meeting takes place Jan. 22, 6:30-8 p.m. at Stevenson Elementary Cultural Center (14220 NE 8th Street).
City of Bellevue staff will introduce the program, share the upcoming project submission and selection processes and give attendees a chance to connect with their neighbors at the meeting. Residents are encouraged to ask questions and share their ideas for potential neighborhood enhancement projects in the Crossroads area. For more information, please visit our Crossroads Neighborhood page or contact Theresa Cuthill at 425-452-4186 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Neighborhood Enhancement Program gives residents the opportunity to propose and select modest, city-funded capital projects to enhance their neighborhoods. The program rotates through different Bellevue neighborhood areas over the course of seven years, allocating funds from a $5 million program budget among the various neighborhoods according to the number of households in each area.