A plan that would transform the Bel-Red area of Bellevue over time from an area of light industrial and commercial uses to one with new office and residential neighborhoods with more transportation options and open space was again front and center before the City Council on Monday.
Councilmembers learned more about a draft planning document called the Bel-Red Subarea Plan, including proposed zoning and land-use changes. Staff also briefed them on efforts to engage people about the proposals.
The council study session was the fourth in recent weeks concerning the Bel-Red area. It was also one of three public meetings this week on the topic.
Still to come is a public hearing on the draft Subarea Plan and related amendments by the Bellevue Planning Commission. It will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, at City Hall.