Join the Community Conversation on Bellevue's Comprehensive Plan 2044! The Comprehensive Plan guides Bellevue's future for the next 20 years and your input matters.
The event, hosted by BDAN (Bellevue Diversity Advantage Network) and Bellevue’s Development Department, takes place on February 8th from 5:30-8 pm at Stevenson Elementary School. The event will be free and open to the public or anyone who lives, works, learns, or visits Bellevue or who may in the future. Dinner, light presentations, information boards, and small group discussions are included in this forum.
Please visit the Eventbrite page for more information.
The King County Office of Emergency Management is hosting virtual training on basic disaster skills. Designed to support individuals and families who are working towards emergency preparedness. Topics covered include understanding local hazards, what to expect in an earthquake, creating your household emergency plan, building preparedness kits, and how to connect to location information sources before, during, and after an emergency. There are two opportunities to take this training. Registration is required.
Winter Weather Safety - Virtual Training
Wednesday, February 7, 12-1pm. Register
Cybersecurity Basics - Virtual Training
Wednesday, February 21, 12-1pm. Register
300 Trees will hold Spring 2024 Tree Giveaway on March 15-16 at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in South Bellevue.
For the first time since 300 Trees began distributing free trees in 2020, we are opening our program to all Eastside residents, schools, faith communities, and small businesses!
Order Trees: Our goal is to distribute at least 1000 trees during this event. Each participant may request 1-3 trees using our online order form: https://300trees.org/freetrees/.
Volunteer: If you would like to volunteer to help us during the event, sign up on Sign Up Genius here.
Join city staff Sat, Jan 20 at the Bellevue 2044 Policy Open House and help shape the future.
For more info and to register visit: https://Bellevue-2044-Policy-OpenHouse.eventbrite.com
Energy-efficient heat pumps offer a win-win solution. Through the Energy Smart Program, the city of Bellevue has partnered with four other Eastside cities (Issaquah, Kirkland, Mercer Island, and Redmond) and multiple community partners to help our residents learn about and access energy-efficient heat pump technology.
Upgrade your heating system to a heat pump to: