Announcements

Bellevue Family 4th Event at Bellevue Park Canceled

Bellevue Family 4th of July, the largest event on the Eastside celebrating the patriotic holiday, has been canceled. According to the City of Bellevue, the decision was made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order extension, and Washington’s phased plan for eventually allowing gatherings over […]

New Bellevue Program Provides Support for Restaurants and Healthcare Workers

The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club has put together a program, RestaurantsforResponders.org, to provide support for healthcare workers and restaurants, simultaneously. The program provides restaurant-prepared meals to our overworked local responders, doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers. They are partnering with Overlake and Evergreen Hospitals, the City of Bellevue and surrounding areas, to […]

No Joke, We’re Looking Back at April Fools’ Day in 2020

As many of our long-term readers know, Downtown Bellevue Network has been notorious for celebrating April Fools’ Day every year. It’s one holiday that we look forward to. It allows us an opportunity once a year to be innovative and poke fun at various issues or topics.  The year 2020 […]

Performing Arts Center Eastside CEO Resigns

According to an announcement from Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE), their CEO, Ray Cullom resigned before the end of 2019. Ray was hired as CEO in the spring of 2018. He joined the organization with over 20 years of experience in the commercial and not-for-profit arts industry. The Tateuchi Center […]

City of Bellevue to Update Logo, Begin Process in 2020

The city council held an extended study session on November 25 and one of the items that was discussed was the City of Bellevue logo rebranding. The city logo serves as a visual identifier assuring that the document or item is official by the City of Bellevue, according to the […]

City of Bellevue Hires New Role; Homelessness Coordinator

The City of Bellevue recently responded to the issue of homelessness by hiring its first homelessness outreach coordinator. Stephanie Martinez will provide direct assistance to those experiencing homelessness, respond to related community issues, coordinate efforts by departments within the city like Police, Fire and Development Services, as well as with […]