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Residents in the City of Bellevue and the Bellevue School District have submitted their applications to run for office this fall. The Bellevue City Council… Continue reading
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Bellevue will take on double their average amount of road repaving projects in 2019.
Russian American citizens came to Downtown Park for a WWII commemoration event on Sunday, May 5.
City council received an update on the feasibility study for a possible Aquatics Center.
High school students compete with start up business ideas.
Providing residents with city information and resources.
Projects on tap for the city top $100 million combined.
Congregations for the Homeless is looking for a shelter location during the summer months.
Registration to run for office begins next month.
Bellevue’s Bill Flora is aiming to build his own community of senior Bridge players this May.
Bellevue has begun work on the 2019-2020 Human Services Needs Update.
More than 100 people gathered on March 29 for the second annual Race and Equity Summit.
The county is working on bringing a renewed six-year levy to voters for parks and trails funding.
Current shelter in need of improvements.
King County is investigating a malfunction that led to a wastewater spill in Lake Sammamish.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail is the next big project for the city of Bellevue.
In the works for more than 30 years, Bellevue’s newest waterfront park is open.
Communities from 50 cultures gathered last weekend for the 28th annual Cultural Crossroads Festival.
Project has seen opposition from residents concerned about trees along the proposed route.