For people who want to give back to their community, the city offers dozens of opportunities to volunteer. There are needs in multiple departments, including Parks & Community Services, Police, Fire, Utilities and Community Development.
The City of Bellevue administers a local Business & Occupation (B&O) tax. Businesses that meet certain criteria are required to obtain a City of Bellevue Business License and file and pay applicable taxes.
Bellevue's Finance Department procures products and services necessary for the City's operation. The Procurement Services Division oversees this effort through managing the competitive process for purchasing goods and services, contracting and supplier maintenance.
Bellevue Parks & Community Services strives to make program opportunities available to all interested individuals who live in the boundaries of the city of Bellevue, regardless of income. We provide scholarships to those who might not otherwise be able to participate.
All of Bellevue’s laws are found in the City Code, including ordinances and resolutions. Land and building development codes are presented here. Code Compliance enforces regulations in the nuisance, sign, construction and land use codes.
There are numerous ways to contact the city about neighborhood traffic safety needs. Below are forms that will be routed to relevant staff personnel who will then follow-up with you based on your request.
The Mobility Implementation Plan (MIP) is a new long-range planning framework being developed with input from the public and final approval by the city council. The purpose of the MIP is to ensure the various transportation plans are compatible with each other and with the city’s land use plan.