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Council Roundup: Fire, Transportation levies approved for November ballot
Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The City Council on Monday, July 25, voted 6-0 to place two measures focusing on Fire Facilities and Transportation Safety, Connectivity and Congestion improvements on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

Additional background material on the ballot measures, including maps, the ordinances and ballot language approved by the council and a summary of community feedback, is available on the ballot measures webpage.


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Council Roundup: Fire, Transportation levies approved for November ballot

The City Council on Monday, July 25, voted 6-0 to place two measures focusing on Fire Facilities and Transportation Safety, Connectivity and Congestion improvements on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

Additional background material on the ballot measures, including maps, the ordinances and ballot language approved by the council and a summary of community feedback, is available on the ballot measures webpage.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Arts fair weekend July 29-31
arts fair strolling

The last weekend of the month (July 29-31) will mark the 70th anniversary of Bellevue's original arts fair, which has multiplied to three events and become one of the city's biggest draws.

Several downtown streets will be closed for the free fairs, which typically pull in more than 300,000 visitors over the three-day weekend. Other attractions include live music, food and children's art activities.

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Thursday, July 21, 2016
Want a block party? We'll help
block party

Want to connect more with your neighbors? How about throwing a block party? We'll help you organize.

Creating neighbor connections makes living in Bellevue's neighborhoods more fun, creates a sense of community, is a powerful deterrent to crime, and can mean nearby support in an emergency. Through the city's Neighbor Link program, we are now taking your reservations to plan a party between now and Oct. 2.

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Friday, July 15, 2016
Groundbreaking episode of Lake to Lake
You can't have a groundbreaking without golden shovels.

This month, Lake to Lake brings you information about the recent groundbreaking for the Bellevue Downtown Park "Complete the Circle" and Inspiration Playground projects. Other topics covered include a forum on affordable housing, a public safety drill designed to prevent driving under the influence and Bellevue's Water Spray Playground.

Lake to Lake airs on Channel 21 and on Bellevue's YouTube channel.

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure East Link will serve the needs of Bellevue residents and businesses.

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