Bellevue City Hall. Photo courtesy city of Bellevue

Bellevue City Hall. Photo courtesy city of Bellevue

Open seat on East Bellevue Community Council

Applications are due by Friday, July 24

  • Wednesday, July 8, 2020 3:01pm
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The city is looking to fill a vacancy on the East Bellevue Community Council (EBCC). The council deals with certain authority on land use actions in part of East Bellevue.

Applications are due by Friday, July 24. The term expires Dec. 31, 2021.

The EBCC is an elected body that has approval/disapproval authority over certain land-use actions in a part of East Bellevue, including city ordinances and resolutions dealing with land use matters, such as comprehensive plans, zoning, subdivisions and conditional use permits.

In addition to acting on land use matters, the EBCC may advise, consult and cooperate with the city council on any local matters directly or indirectly affecting its service area.

Applicants must live in the area represented by the EBCC and must be available for evening meetings.

The EBCC meets on the first Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at the Lake Hills Community Clubhouse, 15230 Lake Hills Blvd. Attendance at other evening meetings is sometimes required.

Application Options

Those interested in applying may do so online. In addition to online submission, applications may be submitted by either of the options below:

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90012, Bellevue, WA 98009

Email: kroberts@bellevuewa.gov

A resume may be attached.

For more information, contact Deputy City Clerk Karin Roberts at kroberts@bellevuewa.gov or 425-452-6806.


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