Bellevue News

Parking Lots Close at Downtown Bellevue Park

According to the City of Bellevue, to further promote social distancing, Bellevue Parks & Community Services closed both of their parking lots at Bellevue Downtown Park. This is part of an effort to discourage large numbers of people traveling by car to destination parks. There will be one parking lot […]

Clyde Hill Northwest Style - Home for Sale

Home of the Month: Northwest Style & Views on Clyde Hill, 5,340 SF, $3.395M

Nestled on sought-after Clyde Hill in the Aqua Vista nieghborhood, this light-filled home thoughtfully showcases sweeping lake and Olympic views. The home was remodeled down-to-the-studs and now features a Northwest mid-century style. With a living area of 5,340 square feet, its desirable floor plan consists of 2 bedrooms on the […]

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 […]

Bellevue Rent Ranked as Most Expensive in Washington

Zumper analyzed active listings in March 2020 across 23 metro cities to put together a Seattle Metro Area Report that shows the most and least expensive cities with the fastest growing rents. The most expensive rent was in Bellevue. The price of a one-bedroom unit increased by 0.9% to a […]

Sound Transit Pauses Construction on East Link Light Rail

Sound Transit has halted construction on the East Link light rail. According to an employee at Sound Transit, this action has been taken to ensure the safety of the construction workforce. Sound Transit came to the decision after evaluating what measures would need to be taken to ensure the safety […]

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 […]

Bellevue Police Develop Tool to Report Violators of “Stay Home” Order

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 […]