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COVID-19 Cases & Vaccination Update for Sarpy County as of  01-28-2021

Click Here for the Sarpy County COVID-19 Dashboard

Sarpy and Cass County COVID-19 community vaccinators are currently vaccinating people 70 years and older. Any Sarpy or Cass County resident born in 1951 or before is eligible to receive a vaccine. Click here for vaccine clinics serving those 70 years and older.

If you are aged 70 or over and have not pre-registered for the COVID-19 vaccine notification, please visit https://vaccinate.ne.gov and complete the registration. Information regarding testing eligibility will be communicated through this mechanism.

The other populations in Phase 1B will be notified of their vaccine eligibility and opportunities to register for vaccine clinics when more vaccine becomes available within our jurisdiction.

We appreciate everyone's patience as we distribute vaccine as quickly as possible according to the phased prioritization schedule.

Click Here to Access Nebraska's Statewide Testing Program

Click Here for the latest Directed Health Measure for Sarpy County from the Sarpy/Cass Health Department (updated 1/30/2021)

If you have any City of Bellevue related questions please call the Mayor's Hotline at 402-591-4535 or by email at info@bellevue.net

For more information on COVID-19, please visit the links.

OPPD Asks Customers to Immediately Conserve Energy

OPPD Asks Customers to Immediately Conserve Energy
Omaha Public Power District has asked all  of its customers to conserve energy due to the extremely cold weather we are experiencing now and over the next couple of days. Here is an article from Jodi Baker from OPPD explaining why this is so important: The bitter cold temperatures have...

Bellevue City Offices and Library Closed on Monday, February 15th in Observance of Presidents Day!

Trash Service in Bellevue will not be Affected by the Holiday but Could be Delayed by Extreme Cold

Bellevue City Offices and Library Closed on Monday, February 15th in Observance of Presidents Day!
City of Bellevue Offices and the Bellevue Public Library will be closed on Monday, February 15, 2021 in observance of Presidents Day! As always, the City of Bellevue's Police and Fire Departments will continue to operate 24 hours a day during this time. If you have an...

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Snow Removal Plans for Friday, February 12, 2021 and Saturday, February 13, 2021.

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Snow Removal Plans for Friday, February 12, 2021 and Saturday, February 13, 2021.
In advance of this weekends forecast for snow over a two day period, the City of Bellevue Public Works Director, Doug Clark has announced the following regarding the City of Bellevue’s snow event plans for Friday, February 12, 2021 and Saturday, February 13, 2021. The City of Bellevue...

Mayor Hike Presents Life Saving Award to Bellevue Street Department and Medic Crews

Life Saving Actions Were Taken During Last Weeks Historic Snow Fall

Mayor Hike Presents Life Saving Award to Bellevue Street Department and Medic Crews
On Monday, January 25, 2021, Bellevue, Nebraska along with the entire region was hit by a snowstorm which was documented by some media outlets as the largest amount of snow in a 24-hour period in our area since 1975. This storm started in the early morning hours and was still coming down...

Residential Trash Service in Bellevue Delayed One Day to to Winter Weather on Monday, January 25th

Residential Trash Service in Bellevue Delayed One Day to to Winter Weather on Monday, January 25th
Papillion Sanitation has announced that they are also closed today due to road conditions and the safety of their employees.  All City of Bellevue routes will be delayed one day this week with Friday customers being serviced on Saturday. For more information and updates go...

Bellevue City Offices to Close at 11:30AM on Monday, January 25, 2021 Due to Inclement Weather

Snow Removal and Public Safety Services Will Continue

Bellevue City Offices to Close at 11:30AM on Monday, January 25, 2021 Due to Inclement Weather
Due to inclement weather conditions and the forecast, Bellevue City Hall and the Bellevue Public Library will be closing at 11:30am today. Snow removal and public safety operations will continue to operate as normal. The City of Bellevue and the Bellevue Police Department ask all...

City of Bellevue Awards the Jewel of Bellevue Award in Honor of Frank Kumor

City of Bellevue Awards the Jewel of Bellevue Award in Honor of Frank Kumor
Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike and the Bellevue City Council presented the “Jewel of Bellevue” award posthumously to longtime Bellevue Businessman, Frank Kumor. Frank was a loving husband, a proud father, a successful business owner, a dedicated Bellevue School Board member and a great...

Bellevue City Offices and Library Closed on Monday, January 18th in Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Trash Service in Bellevue will Not be Affected and Operate as Normal

Bellevue City Offices and Library Closed on Monday, January 18th in Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
City of Bellevue Offices and the Bellevue Public Library will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day! As always, the City of Bellevue's Police and Fire Departments will continue to operate 24 hours a day during this time. If you have...

City of Bellevue Names Doug Clark as New Public Works Director

City of Bellevue Names Doug Clark as New Public Works Director
City Administrator Jim Ristow has announced that the City of Bellevue has hired Doug Clark for the position of Public Works Director. Mr. Clark will replace Interim Public Works Director, Dean Dunn, who has served in that role since the retirement of Jeff Roberts last year. Doug Clark comes...

Bellevue City Offices to Close at Noon on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 Due to Snowstorm

Snow Removal and Public Safety Services Will Continue

Bellevue City Offices to Close at Noon on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 Due to Snowstorm
Due to inclement weather conditions and the forecast, Bellevue City Hall and the Bellevue Public Library will be closing at noon today. Snow removal and public safety operations will continue to operate as normal. The City of Bellevue and the Bellevue Police Department ask all citizens to...
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