The city of Bellevue produces a monthly show called "Lake to Lake".
This month they cover the construction at Factoria and interview the project manager.
City of Bellevue Utilities are pleased to offer free, interactive Greener Living live virtual Zoom classes. Join us for live demonstrations.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-452-6932. You may also find more information at www.bellevuewa.gov/greener-living-classes.
Click here for the flyer.
The city of Bellevue has released the December edition of "Neighborhood News".
Source: City of Bellevue
The city of Bellevue posted on Nextdoor:
With shorter days and longer nights, functioning streetlights are more important than ever. Streetlights make the community safer for everyone.
Report burned out streetlights on the MyBellevue app.
You can also report dark streetlights by calling 425-452-6950.
The November 2020 edition of "It's Your City" was just published by the city of Bellevue.
It is posted here: