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    Permit Center expands in-person business hours

    On Monday, August 2, the Development Services Permit Center at Bellevue City Hall further expands business hours for in-person services. Staff will be available 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday,…
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    Permit center reopens

    Virtual permit center appointments also available Beginning Monday, July 19, the Bellevue Permit Center at City Hall will reopen for in-person services weekdays 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Development Services…

    eCheck makes permitting in Bellevue easier

    The Bellevue Development Services Department has introduced a swifter, more streamlined building permit payment process that allows customers to pay fees directly from their checking accounts. 

    City to review temporary encampment regulations

    The City Council will begin a review and consider amendments to temporary encampment regulations (Bellevue Land Use Code (LUC) Chapter 20.30U), which govern permitted temporary encampments on…

    100% paperless permitting starting Sept. 6

    Completing a gradual transition over several years from paper permit applications, Development Services will start processing all permits electronically starting Friday, Sept. 6.  Building, fire,…

    Workshop to teach how to apply for permits

    As the city takes the final step to 100 percent paperless permitting, it is offering a workshop to guide residents and contractors on how to use the online permitting services available on…

    Bellevue wins SolSmart Bronze award

    The City of Bellevue has been awarded a bronze designation from the national SolSmart program for making it faster, easier and more affordable for homes and businesses to go solar. The honor…

    Now we've got a home on Houzz

    The City of Bellevue now has a home on Houzz.com, the world's largest home-improvement platform. As part of a pilot project intended to help homeowners and contractors remember the permit part of the…
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    Weigh in on proposed LID code changes

    The city is considering changes to its development codes and standards that could reduce stormwater runoff from development and redevelopment. Residents, developers and other stakeholders are invited…

    Comment on Energize Eastside draft EIS

    The Phase 1 draft environmental review of Energize Eastside, PSE's proposal to build a new electric substation and approximately 18 miles of high-capacity electric transmission lines from Renton to…
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