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.
The City of Bellevue Utilities Department has an on-line open house happening through August 13 regarding water system capacity improvements in Somerset.
This will improve fire protection, but would entail:
City Manager Brad Miyake and department directors are returning to Bellevue
neighborhoods this summer to chat and walk with residents. Neighborhood Walks switched to a webinar format in 2020 due to the pandemic, but are
back as an in-person program.
Residents have an opportunity to visit with city staff, and share their unique
neighborhood and emerging concerns. Precautions will be taken due to heat, and you
can come and visit even if you don’t plan to walk the route.
Please contact Mark Heilman at email@example.com.
Somerset 2021 Neighborhood Walk
Beginning at Somerset Elementary School
14100 Somerset Blvd. SE
Tuesday, July 27, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Click here to see the full flyer from the city of Bellevue.
Hooray!! It's finally here! Yes, the long-awaited new Newport Way sidewalk and bike lanes are just about ready! The City is hosting a Grand Opening to celebrate the completion of this important Eastgate neighborhood improvement.
Friday, July 30 from 1 to 2 PM
Location: Eastgate Park tennis courts on Newport Way (map below). You can park at the Library, but why not try out walking the new sidewalk?
Source: Eastgate Community Association