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 […]

Bellevue City Council, City of Bellevue

Bellevue Expands Wireless Connectivity with Small Wireless Facilities

The City of Bellevue achieved a significant milestone this Tuesday as it celebrated the expansion of wireless connectivity within the city. The occasion was marked by a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by members of the City Council, community partners, and key figures in the telecommunications industry. This development signals a leap […]

City of Bellevue

Bellevue Transit Center Closed Weekend of Sept 8 for Improvements

The intersection of 108th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 6th Street will be closed from 10pm Friday, September 8th, to 5am Monday, September 11th. The Bellevue Transit Center will be closed during the closure. A temporary bus stop will be setup on 106th Avenue Northeast Northeast 6th Street. The project includes […]

Bellevue Police Officer Injured

Bellevue Motorcycle Officer Injured after Fall onto Southbound Lanes of I-5

A Bellevue Motorcycle officer was injured in Seattle on Tuesday, August 15th, according to the Bellevue Police Department. He had been assigned as service detail for the Vice Presidential visit to Seattle Tuesday afternoon. The 39-year-old motorcycle officer reportedly fell between 50-60 feet off the Michigan Street on-ramp and landed […]

Burglaries in Downtown Bellevue

Precautions Urged after Six Burglaries in Downtown Bellevue

According to the Bellevue Police Department, there were six burglaries at downtown businesses from July 19-24. Detectives believe that a single suspect is responsible for the break-ins. Investigators are urging businesses to lock up cash and post signs stating there is no cash on the premises following these burglaries. “We […]

KidsQuest Children's Museum Bellevue

New Opportunities Accessible to All at KidsQuest Museum this Summer & Fall

Amazon and KidsQuest Children’s Museum have joined hands to bring children and families a wave of playful learning opportunities and experiences. The collaboration aims to promote healthy social, emotional, and cognitive development among children and foster a vibrant, connected community. Research has consistently shown that play is a crucial aspect […]

City of Bellevue, Pikes Peak Reservoir

New Water Reservoir Ensures Bellevue Residents Water Supply & Fire Protection

In a significant milestone for the City of Bellevue, the construction of the state-of-the-art Pikes Peak Reservoir in Bridle Trails State Park has reached its completion. The new reservoir, built with earthquake resilience in mind, is set to serve the water needs of Bellevue residents for generations to come. Replacing […]

Movies at Bellevue Downtown Park

Enjoy Summer Outdoor Movies at the Park on Tuesday Evenings

Movies in the Park are back this summer at Downtown Park on Tuesday evenings. They begin on July 18th and end August 22nd. Pre-movie entertainment begins at 7pm and movies then begin at dusk. A 40-foot movie screen transform the park into a movie theater. Admission is free. All movies […]