• Neighbor Link Block Parties

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    Residents and staff chat on a Neighborhood Walk in 2018.

    "RAVE to Mark and Carol in the community development department for the city of Bellevue. I inquired about hosting a block party, and they were very encouraging. The city printed up beautiful flyers for me to hand out and provided sandwich boards with bright posters for the street. Mark even delivered and picked up the boards and provided the tape! Way to encourage community involvement and fun." — Seattle Times

    Neighbor Link brings neighbors together in a spirit of community, service and celebration, supporting block parties with banners and flyers. Neighbors who know one another are involved in their community and the city at large. They make a difference, improving the quality of life and safety for all Bellevue residents.

    Neighborhoods are encouraged to monitor state and county health guidelines. We encourage you to continue to find creative ways to stay in touch with your neighbors, especially those most vulnerable. 

    Since the Neighbor Link program began in 2009, Neighborhood Outreach has assisted over 300 neighborhood celebrations, which have raised over 3,000 pounds of food and donated hundreds of dollars to charity.