Evan Pappas

Council candidates for Position 1 speak to level of service, growth, and homelessness

The candidates are incumbent John Stokes, Holly Zhang and Martin Acevedo.

 

A rendering of Verizon’s light pole small cell implementation designs. Courtesy of the city of Kirkland

Public Wi-Fi and Small Cell technology make progress in Bellevue

Bellevue makes progress on providing public Wi-Fi and Small Cell antennas on city poles.

 

Eastside legislators discuss 2019 legislative session in Snoqualmie

Elected officials gave some insight into the legislative session and what to look for in the future.

 

Congregations for the Homeless raise more than $600,000 for shelter improvements

The effort to provide improvements to homeless shelter services in Bellevue has made big process.

Bellevue will improve recreation options for people with disabilities

City and parks department is working with parents on accessibility.

Bellevue celebrates 50th sister city anniversary with Yao, Japan

The Bellevue Sister Cities Association will welcome a delegation from Yao, Japan this November.

City aims to preserve affordable housing unit

Bellevue plans to purchase an affordable housing condo unit to save it from foreclosure on June 30.

Earthquake simulation sets the stage for emergency response training

Bellevue held a full scale emergency response exercise with 150 staff members.

Council adopts East Main amendment and discusses environmental goals

The Bellevue city council adopted a comprehensive plan amendment for the East Main district.

Gun safety program rejected by Bellevue Planning Commission

The Bellevue Planning Commission rejected a citizen’s proposal to create “Vision Zero for Gun Safety.”

Bellevue commits $50,000 for census outreach

Bellevue has committed $50,000 to the Regional Census Fund to support census outreach for 2020.

Volunteer connection service wins student start-up award

High school students compete with start up business ideas.

A cyclist rides along the Downtown Demonstration Bikeway during the projects grand opening on July 31, 2018. Courtesy Photo

Safety improvements coming to downtown Bellevue bike lanes

Bellevue city council approved of continued improvements to bike lanes in downtown.

A cyclist rides along the Downtown Demonstration Bikeway during the projects grand opening on July 31, 2018. Courtesy Photo

Bellevue residents file for November 2019 general election

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

Study shows accessibility issues for diversity groups

Resources are available through city, but access is limited by cost and availability.

Bellevue will repave 40 miles of roadway in 2019

Bellevue will take on double their average amount of road repaving projects in 2019.

Russian-American groups commemerate World War II veterans at Downtown Park

Russian American citizens came to Downtown Park for a WWII commemoration event on Sunday, May 5.

Aquatics facility feasibility study continues in Bellevue

City council received an update on the feasibility study for a possible Aquatics Center.

Neighborhood liaisons connect the citizens with their city

Providing residents with city information and resources.

City discusses future transportation projects

Projects on tap for the city top $100 million combined.