Downtown Bellevue Residents Association proposed; community meeting set for Thursday

The city of Bellevue is working to bring a sense of community and advocacy to the downtown area with the formation of a downtown residents association, which will be a first in the city's history.

Downtown residents are invited to a meeting 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall to share ideas and hear updates from city staff about projects that will be important to the Downtown Bellevue Residents Association.

The proposed association boundaries are I-405 to the east, 100th Avenue Northeast to the west, Main Street to the south and Northeast 12th Street to the north.

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