City of Bellevue Sending Letters to Citizens whose Dwellings were Affected by the Floods Outlining Next Steps

  • 23 April 2019
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City of Bellevue Sending Letters to Citizens whose Dwellings were Affected by the Floods Outlining Next Steps

The City of Bellevue is sending certified mail letters to all residents whose dwellings are unsafe or unfit for human occupancy due to the damage it received from the flood waters and the contaminates in those flood waters.

Should you receive a certified mail letter that your dwelling has been deemed uninhabitable and may require demolition due to the damage the dwelling received from the flood, it is the responsibility of the owner to present a path forward with the direction you intend to take to correct the issue to the Bellevue Permits Department for review within 10 days of receipt of the certified letter.

All manufactured, modular and mobile homes located in Paradise Park and Green Acres damaged as a result of the flood have been deemed uninhabitable and their factory certifications are no longer valid. Therefore, without a current valid certification these homes must be removed.     

Please contact our Permits and Inspections Department at (402) 293-3014 or at 1510 Wall Street in Bellevue, Nebraska during business hours of Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Residents of Green Acres and Paradise Lake should continue to follow Bellevue Police and City of Bellevue Facebook and Twitter accounts for the most up to date information. Those sites can also be located by visiting the Bellevue Police and City of Bellevue websites

The City of Bellevue officials are continuing to monitor the conditions of the dwellings affected and will provide further updates as they become available.

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