Photo Credit: Bellevue Police Foundation

According to a release from the City of Bellevue, the Bellevue police have created an easy way for residents to report violations following Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. Residents logged into the MyBellevue app will generate a heat map showing where there are potentially illegal gatherings or business activity.

Officers will not respond to 911 calls about violations of the Stay Home mandate.

The order allows people to leave their homes for essential activities like grocery shopping, medical appointments, going to work for an essential business and going outside for exercise.

Police encourage residents to follow orders and protect the safety and health of our community. According to Chief Steve Mylett, “…we need your help in reporting violations where there may be a large amount of people at risk.”

As officers are available, they will respond to these reports and educate violators. You can report these incidents using the MyBellevue app or the MyBellevue portal.

3 Comments

  1. Jacqueline Ramsay

    Ummm…shouldn’t they be at least 6 feet apart?

  2. Ummmm…shouldn’t they be at least 6 feet apart?

  3. Welcome to the Nanny state where neighbors rat on neighbors just because.

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