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    Council Roundup: Letter headed to King County over sewer rate hikes

    Plus, city service adaptations highlighted during Public Service Recognition Week 
    Hours sign at City Hall door

    Homeowners get help through ‘Day of Sharing and Caring’

    Requests for outdoor home projects due by July 1 Bellevue residents who need help with outside home maintenance can apply for help from a team of volunteers who will complete one-day projects…
    Volunteers pose after completing a Day of Caring and Sharing project.

    Council Roundup: Wilburton vision taking shape

    Plus, more progress on Environmental Stewardship Plan and new city leaders introduced  On Monday, the City Council voted in favor of launching the work necessary to implement a future vision for the…
    A cyclist rides Eastrail, which traverses Wilburton.

    Virtual open house May 3 on ‘multimodal concurrency’

    Comments invited on code change related to transportation improvements The city is changing the way it assesses transportation concurrency and is inviting the public to comment on a draft amendment…
    A man walks by a construction site in downtown Bellevue.

    Openings on Youth Link Board

    The city manager is seeking five high-school aged candidates and three adults for vacancies on the Bellevue Youth Link board. Applications are due by 5 p.m., Friday, June 17. Applicants must attend…

    Council Roundup: Long-range parks planning moves forward

    Plus, Vision Zero and Neighborhood Enhancement Program updates
    The Surrey Downs Park was just an idea in the Parks Plan before it was opened in 2019.

    City hires Community Development director and chief of external affairs

    City Manager Brad Miyake announced Wednesday the hiring of Michael Kattermann as Bellevue’s director of Community Development and Genesee Adkins as chief of external affairs, a recently created…

    Eastside cities launch new communitywide climate challenge for Earth Day

    Opportunities for Eastside residents to take action on climate
    Volunteers plant a tree in Bellevue.

    Raise awareness with ‘All in for Autism’ race

    Bellevue’s “All in for Autism” 10K and 5K in-person runs return to downtown the morning of Sunday, April 24, with proceeds going toward Bellevue’s Kindering Center, Washington Autism Alliance and the…

    Council Roundup: Progress continues on affordable housing

    Plus, state lawmakers on hand for recap of productive legislative session  On Monday, the City Council received an update on the city’s progress within the Affordable Housing Strategy adopted in…
    Cerasa Housing Complex - 31 affordable units
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