City of Bellevue to preview proposed Northeast Bellevue neighborhood enhancement projects

  • Friday, September 1, 2017 12:51pm
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Northeast Bellevue residents will have the opportunity to preview Neighborhood Enhancement Program projects proposed for their area from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 during an open house in the Sherwood Forest Elementary School gym, 16411 NE 24th St.

Open house attendees can expect to learn more about the types and locations of the nearly 100 project ideas that were submitted for consideration, as well as the process for project selection and development.

Participants will also be able to discuss the proposed ballot projects with city staff and offer direct feedback.

The selection process will continue into October, when each household in the Northeast Bellevue neighborhood area will receive an Neighborhood Enhancement Program ballot to select three projects to be funded with the $307,000 program allocation.

More information about the proposed Northeast Bellevue ballot projects and the Neighborhood Enhancement Program is available at: planning.BellevueWA.gov/community-development/neighborhoods.

Residents can also learn more by contacting Ying Carlson, community relations coordinator, at 425-452-4342 or ycarlson@bellevuewa.gov.

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