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    WSDOT to fully close I-405 downtown June 18-19

    Closure needed to demolish Main Street Bridge, prep for new span
    Graphic saying "Main Street Bridge Closed."

    Juneteenth events in Bellevue

    City declares holiday, celebrates with traveling museum, dance performances and virtual workshop  The City of Bellevue joins with a number of community partners this month to celebrate Juneteenth…
    DianaStarr Raynell performs in front of a video backdrop for a presentation about Americans' passage from slavery.

    City sharing progress on council priorities

    Plus, landmark tree legislation, parks funding, and board and commission appointments
    A bird sculpture graces the pedestrian pier at the relatively new Meydenbauer Bay Park.

    Deadline extended for capital project block grant applications

    The City of Bellevue is extending the deadline for applications for federal community development block grants for non-construction capital projects from Wednesday, June 1, to Monday, June 20, by 4 p…

    Opening on Human Services Commission

    The City Council is seeking candidates for a vacancy on Bellevue’s Human Services Commission. Interested residents can apply online. Applications are due by Friday, June 17.

    Bellevue celebrates Pride with new Progress flag

    City sponsors flag raising and banner displays through June
    City representatives stand behind U.S. and Pride flags

    Council Roundup: First public hearing on the 2023-2024 budget

    Plus, Land Use Code Amendment for supportive housing, Library Board appointment and Safe Boating Week NOTE:  The next Bellevue City Council meeting will be on June 6. There is no City Council…
    Safe Boating Week group with Council

    Bellevue launches third summer of expanded outdoor dining

    “Al Fresco” program runs through mid-September
    Al Fresco Dining Patio

    Asian, Pacific Islander heritage celebrated at City Hall

    Through partnership with Japanese American Citizens League, educational panels on display 
    In honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, panels about the Japanese-American Courier are on display at City Hall.

    City hiring seasonal workers

    Jobs in Transportation, Utilities, Parks offer good pay, experience The city of Bellevue is looking to hire more than 50 temporary workers now for seasonal jobs in the Transportation, Utilities, and…
    A lifeguard is posted at Meydenbauer Bay Park.
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