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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,…
    Image of customer being helped at permit center

    Help improve the health of Bellevue’s waterways

    Take a short survey about the city’s Watershed Management Plan by Aug. 30 Bellevue residents are invited to take a survey to help shape “Our Streams, Our Future,” the 20-year Watershed Management…
    Cityscape Illustration for Watershed Mgmt. Plan Resized

    Community celebrates safety upgrades for SE Newport Way

    Years of collaboration between residents in the Eastgate area and City of Bellevue officials capped off today with a celebration marking the completion of a major transportation improvement project…
    Community members with Now Open letters

    Council Roundup: Affordable housing capital projects funding approved

    Plus, public hearing for East Main Land Use Code Amendment, American Rescue Plan Act funding approval and permanent supportive housing discussion On Monday, the City Council reviewed a…
    Aerial view of East Main TOD Area

    What are your transportation priorities? Let us know

    Questionnaire available as city creates new planning framework    The city is in the process of creating a new long-range planning framework to better guide transportation system investments. To…
    People walk across 106th Avenue Northeast.

    Kayak tour of Mercer Slough with Bellevue TV

    On the summer episode of Lake to Lake, Bellevue Television offers more than a glimpse of local wildlife on a kayak tour through the Mercer Slough Nature Park. The show also features an update on…
    Bellevue TV host Robin Steel offers a tour of Mercer Slough.

    A message from the chief regarding new laws and policing

    Dear Bellevue Community,  Recent mandated police reforms passed by the Legislature in Washington state reflect changing societal expectations on the role of law enforcement and focus on reducing…
    Chief of Police Badge

    Neighborhood Walks hit the streets (and screens)

    After a year of virtual programming, the city's Neighborhood Walks program will again be in person throughout Bellevue neighborhoods in 2021. Bellevue's Leadership Team (including the city manager,…
    City Manager Brad Miyake speaks at a Neighborhood Walk.

    Council Roundup: Eastside Men’s Shelter and other housing projects funding approved

    Plus, Human Services recommendations, Environmental Stewardship progress report, and code amendment for East Bellevue parking minimums  On Monday evening the City Council unanimously approved…
    Illustration of Eastgate Men's Shelter

    Shirley appointed interim police chief

    City Manager Brad Miyake has appointed Wendell J. Shirley to lead the Bellevue Police Department, while the city begins the process of looking for a permanent replacement. Shirley, hired as assistant…
    City Manager Brad Miyake with interim Police Chief Wendell Shirley
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