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    Council Roundup: Homelessness outreach and support work update

    Plus, economic development snapshot and Transportation Commission appointment  On Monday, the City Council received an informational update on Bellevue’s homelessness outreach program, including…

    Wanted: Feedback on city’s new demonstration greenway

    The city’s first neighborhood greenway has opened on 165th and 166th avenues in East Bellevue, and we want to know what you think of the project, which aims to create a safer, more comfortable…
    Man and dog near mini roundabout

    Welcoming Week celebrates belonging in Bellevue

    Events highlight culture, art with several outdoor settings Eastside cities and community organizations will celebrate the sixth annual Welcoming Week with several events Sept. 10-19. Welcoming…
    A dancer with a red shawl at the 2019 Welcoming Week event

    New funding opportunity for affordable and supportive housing providers

    Applications due Sept. 30 Housing developers and agencies are encouraged to apply for funding to acquire and construct affordable and supportive housing in Bellevue for eligible populations. The…

    BelRed utility boxes get creative

    City arts and culture program involves local artists in beautifying Bellevue’s first-ever burgeoning arts district Utility and signal boxes in Bellevue’s BelRed neighborhood are getting an artistic…
    Utility box wrap art by artist Molly Keen

    Bellevue medics receive American Heart Association award

    When someone has a severe heart attack, small details in their care can make a big difference. Bellevue firefighter/paramedics and emergency medical technicians have received an American Heart…
    Bellevue paramedics treat a patient outside the ambulance.

    Openings on Bellevue Network on Aging

    The City of Bellevue is recruiting eight new members for Bellevue Network on Aging, which supports healthy aging in our community. Interested candidates may apply by Friday, Oct. 1. The Network on…
    Members of the Network on Aging represent the group at a gathering.

    Live, in-person arts event returns Labor Day weekend

    The city’s annual arts and crafts showcase returns this year for a scaled back, in-person version after the 2020 event was skipped due to COVID-19 precautions. 
    People peruse the offerings at the 6th Street Arts Fair in 2019.

    COVID-19 Updates: Masks required for outdoor events too

    In concert with county and state public health officials, the city is taking actions and making recommendations to help protect residents from the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn more on our COVID-19…
    Image of coronavirus with vaccine bottles in the foreground

    Swimming area reopens at Meydenbauer Bay Park

    The City of Bellevue has reopened the swimming area at Meydenbauer Bay Park following a closure due to high bacteria levels in the water.  Closure of the Meydenbauer Bay swimming area on Aug. 13…
    People swim and lounge at Meydenbauer Bay Park.
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