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Cyclists ride from City Hall.
Cyclists ride from City Hall.
Bike Everywhere Challenge in May
Thursday, April 27, 2017

The annual "Bike Month in Bellevue" is revving up, with May events expected to draw hundreds of participants and encourage non-gearheads to experience the joys of bicycling.

Sponsored by the City of Bellevue, King County Metro, Sound Transit, the Cascade Bicycle Club and TransManage, highlights of Bike Month include the Bike Everywhere Challenge, May 1-31.


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Bike Everywhere Challenge in May
Cyclists ride from City Hall.
Cyclists ride from City Hall.

The annual "Bike Month in Bellevue" is revving up, with May events expected to draw hundreds of participants and encourage non-gearheads to experience the joys of bicycling.

Sponsored by the City of Bellevue, King County Metro, Sound Transit, the Cascade Bicycle Club and TransManage, highlights of Bike Month include the Bike Everywhere Challenge, May 1-31.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017
Shear delight at Kelsey Creek Park

Sixteen sheep will be up to 80 pounds lighter after this year's annual sheep shearing event at Kelsey Creek Park. Weighing in between 150 and 200 pounds, each animal will have four to 20 pounds of wool removed in haircuts that take 15 minutes.

Bellevue's sheep-shearing celebration, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., on Saturday, April 29, will be at Kelsey Creek Park, 410 130th Pl. SE, rain or shine. Activities will include spinning demonstrations, children's activities, tractor-pulled wagon rides, pony rides, heritage displays, dog herding and food.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Bellevue: Living for Today, Ready for Tomorrow
downtown and Meydenbauer Bay

During the 2017 State of the City address on Tuesday, Mayor John Stokes and Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak had a chance to reflect on Bellevue's progress and provide insights on current priorities, challenges and opportunities.

Bellevue Television will soon produce an online video of the event, which was hosted by the Bellevue Downtown Association at the Bellevue Club. In the meantime, our "Living for Today, Ready for Tomorrow" video, shown at the breakfast event, highlights the city's accomplishments over the last year, with a pulsating beat to match.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Preliminary approval for men's shelter at Eastgate

Two other sites to be considered over 45-day period

In a 4-to-3 vote Monday night, the City Council gave preliminary approval on siting the proposed Eastside men's shelter and supportive housing project at the Eastgate site, located at 14350 SE Eastgate Way, while considering the viability of two other sites over the next 45 days.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Overlake and South Bellevue park and ride closures
Sound Transit Park and Ride

As part of construction of East Link, Sound Transit will close the Overlake Transit Center Park and Ride on Monday, May 1, and the South Bellevue Park and Ride on Tuesday, May 30.

Sound Transit has opened six new park and ride lots served by existing transit service, expanded two lots and identified lots with existing capacity. Sound Transit has details about park and ride options, including an interactive map.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Permanent Men's Shelter

The city and county are seeking a permanent location for the men's shelter

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