The Bellevue Police Department will host a virtual Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, September 29th, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.
If you have specific questions or topics you would like to see covered, please email them to me (DSanabria@bellevuewa.gov), and I will make sure they get to our host.
Interim Chief Wendell Shirley will be joining the call to introduce himself. Also, other BPD and COB staff members will be on the call to make introductions, hear any concerns, and answer any questions you may have.
To join the roundtable, click here:
For more information on the roundtable series:
Have a great day, and I hope to see you on the 29th!
Captain D. Sanabria
Bellevue Police Department
Patrol Watch Commander – South Sector Captain / SWAT Team Commander
Note: This event was originally scheduled for 9/20 but was postponed to 9/29 because of a scheduling conflict.
Greener Living Virtual Class Series with new Genius Classes!
Learn how to live more sustainably! City of Bellevue Utilities are pleased to offer free, interactive Greener Living live and virtual Zoom classes. Participants are welcome to attend a single class, any combination, or all of the classes. All classes are designed to participate independent of the others. Attendees will receive a digital kit of resources, tips, and tools after each class. All ages are welcome; however, these classes are geared towards adults and children over seven.
Registration is required to receive the link to the class.
To register contact the City at email@example.com or 206-949-1787.
You may also find more information at www.bellevuewa.gov/greener-living-classes
The city of Bellevue has published the September 2021 edition of Neighborhood News.
Click here to read it online.
Do you have a budding artist at your house? We believe in encouraging children’s creativity and supporting young artists in our Somerset community. Art offers children a unique means of expression, capturing their passion and emotions and fostering the exploration of new ideas, subject matter, and cultures.
We are inviting our Somerset children to share their creative talents by entering our cover contest. The winning entry will be featured on the cover of the Fall issue of the Somerset Sun. Other entries may be included inside the same issue. (We reserve the right to use another cover should we not receive a sufficient number of appropriate submissions.)
The city of Bellevue has published Neighborhood News August 2021.
Check out the 2 photos from the Somerset Neighborhood Walk with the mayor, city manager, staff and council members.