Bellevue Conflict Resolution Center will have limited staffing from December 20 to January 3. We are officially closed December 26 and January 2.
Eviction Resolution Pilot Program Notice:
- Confirmations of new notices may be delayed during this period, but tenants are still required to respond within the ERPP response period.
- For cases received after December 6, BCRC may not issue Agreements to Mediate or Certificates until after January 3.
- At this time the waitlist for conciliation is 4 to 5 weeks from the end of the ERPP response period.
- If you have concerns about a specific case, please contact the intake specialist or conciliator assigned to the case.
If you are faced with a conflict and need some help with it, the Bellevue Conflict Resolution Center may be able to help you. Many people who work or live in Bellevue call us to help them resolve their conflicts through free and confidential services.
Due to COVID-19, staff and volunteers are teleworking. While we monitor our voicemail and email closely, it is likely that you will need to leave a message and wait to be contacted. We still very much want to hear from you, and we thank you for your patience in this difficult time.
The Bellevue Conflict Resolution Center is a dispute resolution center formed under Chapter 7.75 of the Revised Code of Washington.