5 Things

July 6 2021

Bellevue Council Leads on Affordable Housing

Last week, Bellevue City Council unanimously approved altering the city’s multifamily housing property tax exemption, a program that helps embed affordable, workforce housing units in new and existing market-rate construction.

July 6 2021

Sustainable Bellevue

Learn more about the 2021 Environmental Stewardship Initiative work plan and the city's 2020 greenhouse gas emissions inventory results.

July 6 2021

Check It Out

The Bellevue Library is opening for visits today, July 6. Hours and services will be updated in the coming weeks.

July 6 2021

Ready, Set, Reopen

As of July 5th, 80% of King County residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine and 74% have been fully vaccinated.

June 29 2021

New on the Block

Please welcome new Bellevue Chamber member, Holden of Bellevue. As they prepare to open, their team plans to be on Main Street on July 30 handing out ice cream to the local community.

June 29 2021

Fireworks Are Returning to Bellevue

The City of Bellevue and the Bellevue Downtown Association are bringing back their co-produced Fourth of July fireworks show for the 28th year.

June 29 2021

Pop-Up Vaccination Site

The Bellevue Chamber is partnering with Evergreen Health Network and the City of Bellevue to host a local vaccine clinic on June 30 at the Crossroads Community Center.

June 29 2021

State to Begin Reopening

Tomorrow marks the June 30 deadline for the full reopening of the Washington state economy, as set by Governor Jay Inslee.

June 15 2021

Building Equity

As national companies strive for a more equitable workplace, two industry leaders announced new initiatives today to advance racial equity and economic opportunity

June 15 2021

Make an Impact

The Bellevue City Council is seeking candidates for a vacancy on Bellevue’s Transportation Commission

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