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    Early morning arson suspect arrested

    Bellevue Police have arrested a 56-year-old man suspected in connection with an overnight arson fire on the 100 block of 159th Avenue Southeast.  The Bellevue Fire Department responded to a residential fire just before 3 a.m. The fire started on the porch and burned the front door of the home.…

    Openings on Youth Link Board

    The City Council is seeking candidates for youth vacancies on the Bellevue Youth Link Board. You can apply online. Applications are due by Friday, June 14, at 5 p.m. The Youth Link Board is composed of high-school aged and adult Bellevue residents appointed by the city manager. Board members serve…

    Learn about Bellevue Essentials June 11 and 12

    Bellevue Essentials, the city’s program for emerging neighborhood and community leaders, is seeking applicants for the 2019 class. Information meetings will be on Tuesday, June 11, at Lake Hills Library and Wednesday, June 12, Room 1E-112 at City Hall. Both one-hour orientations begin at 6 p.m.…

    Andrew Singelakis named transportation director

    City Manager Brad Miyake announced today the appointment of Andrew Singelakis as Bellevue’s new Transportation Department director. Singelakis brings more than 25 years of experience as an executive working at cities, counties and regional planning agencies. His first day of work will be June 10.…

    Explore Bellevue on Lake to Lake Bike Ride

    The eighth annual Lake to Lake Bike Ride on Saturday, June 8 will provide riders of all levels and abilities with an opportunity to experience Bellevue by bicycle. Riders can choose between three routes: a mostly flat, approximately nine-mile Greenbelt loop perfect for families and less…

    Youth Link announces leadership award winners

    To celebrate Bellevue Youth Link’s 29th year of providing nationally recognized programs and services for Bellevue teens, Youth Link requested nominations of children and teens for their positive influence in the community. The following young people will be honored at the annual Community…

    Council Roundup: Update on downtown bikeway projects

    At Monday’s extended study session, the City Council was briefed on ongoing efforts and possible next steps to make downtown’s bicycle network safer and more effective. The presentation focused on two downtown areas: Keeping 108th Avenue Bikeway Councilmembers agreed with the Transportation…

    Council Roundup: Cross-cultural programming work advances

    At Monday’s study session, the City Council explored the results of a requested cross-cultural programming study. After the discussion, councilmembers approved moving forward with a study of physical spaces in the community that could support the ongoing and increasing demand.  The focus of the…

    City aims to repave 40 miles of roadway in 2019

    Road construction season has kicked off in earnest, led by the city’s annual repaving effort. This year, approximately 40 lane miles of roadway are scheduled for resurfacing around the city, which includes work carried over from last year. The historical average is around 20 lane miles per year…
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