Bellevue Police Department

Bellevue Police Enhance Accountability with New Body-Camera Initiative

Bellevue’s streets are getting a high-tech upgrade as the Bellevue Police Department introduces new tasers and body-worn cameras to its patrol officers. Beginning this month, this initiative aims to enhance transparency, accountability, and safety within the community. The department’s rollout plan includes launching a patrol officer body camera program featuring […]

Bellevue Downtown Park

Bellevue Seeks Public Input in Developing 2025-26 Budget

Bellevue residents, workers, and visitors are encouraged to participate in the City’s biennial Budget Survey, an important initiative in shaping the upcoming 2025-26 budget. The survey, open until Jan. 22, seeks to gather diverse perspectives from the community, essential for assessing the city’s current status and future requirements. This online […]


CDC Advises Getting Latest Available COVID-19 Vaccine

According to the CDC, it is recommended that everyone 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the newer variants and potentially serious COVID-19 complications. This comes before an increase in infections that happens during fall and winter months. Whether a person has been infected with […]

King County Library

King County Libraries No Longer Charge Late Fees

On April 26th, the KCLS Board of Trustees approved changes to charging late fees on library books. Since May 9th, the library no longer charges fines on overdue items. Since 2022, the KCLS Board of Trustees have been analyzing the impact of late fines. After gathering and reviewing information for […]


Performing Arts Center Eastside Hires New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Performing Arts Center Eastside recently appointed Lora Unger as the Center’s new Executive Director. She began her position on May 1st, 2023. “We are thrilled to welcome Lora to PACE as our new Executive Director,” said Board Chair Eric Stelter. “We were all impressed by […]