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    Bellevue is 'thriving by design'

    Mayor, deputy mayor share good news in State of the City "We call this thriving by design," Mayor Lynne Robinson said during the recent 2022 State of the City presentation at the Meydenbauer Center…
    Mayor Lynne Robinson (center) speaks during the 2022 State of the City event, with Deputy Mayor Jared Nieuwenhuis (right).

    Neighborhood Walks return this summer

    Walks connect residents with Bellevue city staff
    Residents and staff gathered for a Neighborhood Walk

    For safe Independence Day, keep hands off fireworks

    As we approach Independence Day, the Bellevue Fire Department wants to remind residents that the best way to stay safe during the holiday is to leave the fireworks to the professionals.

    Police launch site focused on data and transparency

    Whether it’s recent neighborhood crime data, use-of-force incidents or information about the police department’s workforce diversity, it’s all at your fingertips on the new Bellevue Police…

    Opportunity to join diversity advisory panel

    The City of Bellevue is now welcoming applications from those interested in joining the Bellevue Diversity Advisory Network, which supports and guides the city’s relationships with diverse…

    Art piece gifted to Bellevue on display at City Hall

    Jerry and Charlene Lee donate prized Tsutakawa artwork to city The City of Bellevue is honored to receive an artwork donation from Northwest philanthropists Jerry and Charlene Lee. The donation is a…
    Gerard Tsutakawa artwork Josho #5

    Council Roundup: City wins regional transportation award

    Plus, comments on Supreme Court decision and review of regional legislative issues Note: The next City Council meeting will be Tuesday, July 5, due to the holiday Monday.
    Vision 2050 Award with Council

    Homelessness Outreach program featured in It's Your City

    In the June issue of It's Your City, residents get an up close and personal view of the Homelessness Outreach program, which has helped over 50 unhoused community members move indoors to temporary or…
    June 2022 issue of It's Your City

    Council weighs options for funding new parks and trails

    Bellevue residents love their parks, trails and recreational facilities. And they want more. Now the city is considering how new parks, open spaces and recreational facilities would be funded. …
    Bellevue Youth Theatre was completed in 2015, with partial funding from the 2008 park levy.

    Fireworks, festivities to dazzle at Bellevue Family 4th

    The Bellevue Family 4th, the Eastside’s largest fireworks event, is back with live music and games on Monday, July 4, 5-10:40 p.m. at Downtown Park,10201 NE Fourth St. Enjoying the festivities
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