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    Council Roundup: Progress continues on affordable housing

    Plus, state lawmakers on hand for recap of productive legislative session  On Monday, the City Council received an update on the city’s progress within the Affordable Housing Strategy adopted in…
    Cerasa Housing Complex - 31 affordable units

    COVID-19 Updates: City facilities reopen fully April 4

    In concert with county and state public health officials, the city is taking actions and making recommendations to help protect residents from the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn more on our COVID-19…
    Image of coronavirus with vaccine bottles in the foreground

    City Hall and other facilities to fully open April 4

    The City of Bellevue will return to pre-pandemic operations at City Hall and other facilities beginning Monday, April 4. The transition comes after the modification of state and county health…
    City Hall as seen from 112th Avenue Northeast

    Council Roundup: Regional housing partnerships

    Plus, local holiday for Juneteenth and eviction prevention On Monday, the City Council considered changes to the interlocal agreement with A Regional Coalition for Housing, or ARCH, along with ARCH…
    August Wilson Place features some affordable housing units.

    Council Roundup: City kicks off long-term planning update

    Plus, sound amplification code update supports economic development On Monday, the City Council voted to initiate work on a Periodic Update of the City’s Comprehensive Plan for the city’s long-term…
    Illustration of neighborhood planning

    Shirley appointed Bellevue Police Chief

    City Manager Brad Miyake has appointed Interim Chief Wendell Shirley to lead the Bellevue Police Department. Chief Shirley has served as interim chief since Chief Steve Mylett left the department…
    Bellevue Police Chief Wendell Shirley

    Get ready for cold nights

    Cold weather is expected to continue in Bellevue for the next few days, with nighttime temperatures dipping into the 20s, according to the National Weather Service’s Seattle office. The city is…
    Image of icicles in sunshine

    Demolition prep for home damaged by slide begins Thursday, work to begin Feb. 19

    Following an agreement between the City of Bellevue and a Somerset family whose home was irreparably damaged by a mudslide Jan. 17, the city has finalized a contract with a demolition contractor to…
    The Somerset street impacted by a damaged house is closed to traffic.

    Brennan appointed deputy city manager

    City manager taps long-time city operational leader for interim role   City Manager Brad Miyake announced he has selected the director of the city’s Development Services department, Mike Brennan, as…
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