Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Announces that Avenue of Flags to Continue Stronger than Ever for the 20th Year

Chamber thanks City of Bellevue and Many Generous Sponsors for Supporting this Patriotic Endeavor

Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Announces that Avenue of Flags to Continue Stronger than Ever for the 20th Year
The Bellevue Chamber of Commerce has issued a press release stating that Bellevue's Avenue of Flags will continue for the 20th year! This program was in jeopardy since the city facility that these flags were stored at for the winter was overcome by flood waters this year....

Bellevue to Hold First of Two Spring Cleanups this Saturday! (May 18th)

Second Spring Cleanup Scheduled for Saturday, June 15th

Bellevue to Hold First of Two Spring Cleanups this Saturday! (May 18th)
Due to the flood and the hardships endured by many Bellevue residents, the City of Bellevue’s Annual Spring Clean Up will be held on two dates this year. Clean-up is now scheduled for Saturday May 18, 2019 and Saturday, June 15, 2019. This clean-up is for the residents of Bellevue who pay...

Gross High School and Green Bellevue Will Celebrate Arbor Day on Tuesday, April 30th 1 pm

Event includes Student lead National Anthem, Mayor’s Proclamation reading, tree planting, tree pledge and school song.

Gross High School and Green Bellevue Will Celebrate Arbor Day on Tuesday, April 30th 1 pm
Green Bellevue and Gross High school students and faculty will celebrate Arbor Day on Tuesday, April 30 on the Gross High campus. The event will feature the entire student body and faculty in the program. Starting with the student led opening of the National Anthem, the students will then divide...

Change in City of Bellevue Spring Cleanup Dates

City will now hold Spring Cleanup on Saturday, May 18th and Saturday, June 15th

Change in City of Bellevue Spring Cleanup Dates
After listening to public feedback and consulting with Papillion Sanitation, the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor, Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike and Public Works Director Jeff Roberts, have decided to hold this year’s Spring Clean Up earlier than originally announced  and...

Future of the Homes Damaged by the Flood

Future of the Homes Damaged by the Flood
The City of Bellevue is sending certified mail letters to all residents whose dwellings are deemed unsafe or unfit for human occupancy due to the damage and contaminates from the flood waters.  If a citizen's dwelling requires demolition, it is the responsibility of the owner to present...
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