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The East King County Chamber Coalition hosted a panel on housing and transportation on Jan. 8.
Bellevue’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program will kickoff in the Downtown ad BelRed areas on Jan. 29.
Bellevue council discusses FCC limitations of small cell technology regulations on Jan. 7.
CFH have announced the final location of their permanent, year-round homeless shelter.
As the new year begins, the Bellevue Botanical Society wraps up its 24th annual Garden d’Lights season after bringing in more than 80,000 visitors. Garden… Continue reading
Recreational cannabis retailer Higher Leaf has announced the acquisition of Green Theory in Bellevue
Prosecuters charged the woman who made false allegations against the Bellevue Police Chief
Five experts on homelessness in Bellevue discussed the issue at a panel on Dec. 11.
Bellevue’s newest bus platform is the latest project to improve the safety of bike lanes in the city.
The Bellevue City Council approved the 2019-2020 biennial budget at its meeting on Dec. 3.
Opportunity available for city staff to recommend changes.
Council directed staff to work on the prelimainray design for the Grand Connection I-405 crossing.
Bellevue is looking for more citizen volunteers to help join the effort to protect the environment.
Public comments and feedback accepted through Nov. 27.
Bellevue’s Neighborhood Sidewalk Program has 2019 projects lined up thanks to levy funding.
Community advocate Pamela Toelle was posthumously recognized for her decades of service to the city.
More than $1,500 was raised to repair the Mahatma Gandhi statue at the Bellevue Library.
Pumpkins were raced down the hill for prizes before a Halloween-themed carnival.
The Bellevue Fire Department once again held their annual open house event on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Bellevue Cultural and Economic Vitality Office reports 2018 progress to council.