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Clustering development is one way to put low-impact development principles into practice.
Clustering development is one way to put low-impact development principles into practice.
Comment on proposed code changes to reduce stormwater runoff
Monday, August 29, 2016

The City of Bellevue is considering changes to Bellevue's land use code intended to reduce stormwater runoff from redevelopment and new development. People will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed changes at a public hearing on Sept. 14 at City Hall, 6:30 p.m., in Room 1E-113.


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Comment on proposed code changes to reduce stormwater runoff
Clustering development is one way to put low-impact development principles into practice.
Clustering development is one way to put low-impact development principles into practice.

The City of Bellevue is considering changes to Bellevue's land use code intended to reduce stormwater runoff from redevelopment and new development. People will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed changes at a public hearing on Sept. 14 at City Hall, 6:30 p.m., in Room 1E-113.

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Monday, August 29, 2016
Bellevue's oldest building moves
The Burrows Cabin is loaded on a trailer Thursday.
The Burrows Cabin is loaded on a trailer Thursday.

Bellevue's oldest surviving structure, the Burrows Cabin, is moving. Built by Civil War veteran Albert Burrows in 1883, the cabin was transported early Friday from its current spot off of 112th Avenue Northeast to Chism Beach Park.

In the wee hours, the humble log house rolled through downtown on a trailer, past the city's sleek, modern skyscrapers. According to the Eastside Heritage Center, this is the third relocation for the cabin, which Burrows built at the foot of Southeast 15th Street near Lake Washington.

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Thursday, August 25, 2016
Community panel to advise city on diversity issues
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City now recruiting members

As part of an effort to provide better service to its increasingly diverse population, the City of Bellevue is seeking volunteers to serve on the Bellevue Diversity Advisory Network. The 16-member panel will advise the city on how to better reach, serve, communicate and collaborate with everyone in the community.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Online open house for Grand Connection visioning
After collecting comments, the project artist team created a visualization of features that could be added to Compass Plaza.
After collecting comments, the project artist team created a visualization of features that could be added to Compass Plaza.

To get your input regarding the vision for a "Grand Connection" across downtown, the City of Bellevue has launched an online open house.

The Grand Connection will be a pedestrian-oriented corridor stretching from the waterfront at Meydenbauer Bay Park to the Eastside Rail Corridor in Wilburton. It will connect communities and places such as Old Bellevue, Downtown Park, the grand shopping street of Bellevue Way, the Pedestrian Corridor and the Transit Center.

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Thursday, August 11, 2016
Council Roundup: Fire, Transportation levies approved for November ballot

The City Council on Monday, July 25, voted 6-0 to place two measures focusing on Fire Facilities and Transportation Safety, Connectivity and Congestion improvements on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

Additional background material on the ballot measures, including maps, the ordinances and ballot language approved by the council and a summary of community feedback, is available on the ballot measures webpage.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure East Link will serve the needs of Bellevue residents and businesses.

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