Bellevue Recreation Department Announces New Revised Registration Dates and Adjusted Program Start Dates as of April 8, 2020

Dates are Subject to Change Based on the Status of COVID-19 Pandemic in our Community

Bellevue Recreation Department Announces New Revised Registration Dates and Adjusted Program Start Dates as of April 8, 2020
Due to the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic the City of Bellevue Recreation Department has altered registration dates. Listed below is a brief synopsis of our summer activities.             The Bellevue Recreation Department will begin...

Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike Orders All City Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice

City Parks will Remain Open for Pedestrians

Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike Orders All City Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice
City of Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike has ordered all playground equipment within City Parks to close for public use until further notice due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Yellow tape labeled Do Not Enter has been ordered and will be installed at all City owned playgrounds by the beginning of next...

Keystone Trail at Copper Creek, Near Hastings Banner Park, is Reopened After Bridge Repair

Projected completed one week ahead of schedule

Keystone Trail at Copper Creek, Near Hastings Banner Park, is Reopened After Bridge Repair
The Papio Missouri River NRD and the City of Bellevue's Public Works Department has announced that construction work for the Keystone Trail Pedestrian Bridge Rehab project near Hastings Banner Park has been completed and this section of the trail is open to the public ahead of schedule....

City of Bellevue's City Council Meeting to be held Virtually on 4/7/2020

City of Bellevue's City Council Meeting to be held Virtually on 4/7/2020
Due to Concerns Related to the Coronavirus and for the safety of the City Council members, City employees and the general public, tonight’s meeting (04/7/2020) of the Bellevue City Council will be closed to physical attendance by the public. The City Council members will also be...

City of Bellevue to Delay Separate Yard Waste Collection Season Until at Least May 1st

City residents may continue to use both their blue trash carts and their brown yard waste carts for landfill trash and/or yard waste material

City of Bellevue to Delay Separate Yard Waste Collection Season Until at Least May 1st
The City of Bellevue has announced that effective immediately, separate yard waste collection will be delayed until at least May 1, 2020.  City residents may continue to use both their blue trash carts and their brown yard waste carts for landfill trash and/or yard waste material, including...
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