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    Free classes to help you make sustainable home choices

    Bellevue Utilities is offering more free “Greener Living” community classes this fall and winter, including in-person classes at the Bellevue Botanical Garden indoor education conference room (12001…
    Graphic for Greener Living classes

    Help improve the health of Bellevue’s waterways

    Take a short survey about the city’s Watershed Management Plan by Aug. 30 Bellevue residents are invited to take a survey to help shape “Our Streams, Our Future,” the 20-year Watershed Management…
    Cityscape Illustration for Watershed Mgmt. Plan Resized

    Weigh in on draft stormwater management plan

    Residents will have an opportunity to comment on the city’s draft stormwater management plan and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) annual report during the Environmental…

    Heavy winds knock out power for thousands

    A one-two punch of heavy rain and stiff winds Monday and Tuesday caused power outages for thousands of Bellevue homes Tuesday night. More than 4,000 residents, mostly in south Bellevue, were without…
    The windstorm Tuesday night downed trees in Bellevue.

    121st Ave SE water main break repaired, street reopened

    Utilities crews completed repairs Wednesday to a water main at Southeast Ninth Place and 121st Avenue Southeast that broke Tuesday evening. No residential customers lost water service, but 121st…
    Map of detour around water main break at Southeast Ninth Place and 121st Avenue Southeast.

    Lake Hills Blvd. water main break repaired

    City shares updated steps on clearing discolored water UPDATE – 8 p.m., 8/10/20 Crews have completed repairs to the water main and Lake Hills Blvd. is now open. Crews are currently flushing the…
    Crews repairing water main

    Learn about proposed Utilities projects in online open house

    Bellevue Utilities invites the public to learn about its proposed capital improvement projects for the next seven years. The projects – intended to support Bellevue’s high-quality drinking water,…

    Reopening businesses should flush water systems

    As our county moves into phased reopening, many businesses are returning to buildings that have been unoccupied for a couple months. Bellevue Utilities reminds them to ensure the water system is…

    Utilities suspends water shutoffs

    To help residents experiencing financial stress due to the COVID-19 outbreak, as of March 11, Bellevue Utilities has suspended all water shutoffs for non-payment during the crisis.     “We know our…
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