Ordinances 19-60 through 19-65 allow us to check and issue official notices for dead, dangerous, and diseased trees. However, our inspectors are not certified arborists. If a tree is obviously dead or hazardous, we can address it. If the tree is questionable, we can ask our state arborist to check the tree the next time he is in Bellevue.
1. No charcoal burning grills are permitted on wooden decks.
2. Hot ashes shall not be deposited in a combustible receptacle.
No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any toy pistol, toy gun, toy cannon, air gun or any other arm, or arms, blank cartridge, or slingshot, loaded with rock or leaden or other dangerous missiles, at any time or under any circumstances within the city.
According to Ordinance 3387, Section 19-18, Paragraphs A & B, Code Enforcement can address some complaints about tall grass, noxious weeds, worthless vegetation, and litter in yards (i.e. papers, trash, household furniture and goods, tree limbs and branches that are not stacked for firewood use). We cannot require anyone to spray for dandelions and other weeds.
No alcoholic beverages are permitted in the parks. A waiver may be granted by the Park Department to consume alcoholic beverages in the shelters in Haworth Park only.
No person shall preach aloud or make any speech or oration to any group of three (3) or more people in a park without special permit from the City. Permits may be obtained from the City Clerk, 293-3007, on forms approved by the Council. (Section 21-11, Bellevue City Code)
1. A mini bike is an off-road vehicle and may not be ridden on the public streets unless during an emergency or while used in a parade. (Nebr. State Statutes 60-2101.01 to 60-2102)
2. No person shall operate a moped upon the streets, alleys, or public highways of Nebraska unless such person has (1) a valid motor vehicle operator's license or (2) a valid school learner's permit. (Nebr. State Statutes 39-6,197)
PARKING - FRONT, SIDE AND REAR YARD VEHICLE PARKING (Ordinance #2687):
1. The parking of vehicles shall be prohibited in the front yard, side yard or rear yard (except on a driveway) unless the vehicle is parked on an asphalt, concrete or other approved hard surface slab, a minimum of 162 square feet. A Recreational vehicle,boat or trailer may be parked in the side or rear yard if it is not nearer than 2' from the lot line; or on a concrete driveway if space is not available in the rear yard or side yard; or there is no reasonable access to the rear yard.
PARKING - RECREATIONAL VEHICLE, TRAILER AND BOAT PARKING AND STORAGE
(Section 18-76, Bellevue City Code)
1. Parking is permitted in any enclosed structure which conforms to the zoning requirements.
2. Parking is permitted outside in the side or rear yards, provided it is not nearer than 2 feet to the lot line.
3. Parking is permitted outside on a concrete driveway, provided:
Parking - RV, Trailer and Boat (Continued)
a. Space is not available in the rear or side yard or there is no reasonable access to either the side or rear yards. A corner lot is always deemed to have reasonable access to the rear yard and a fence or hedge is not necessarily deemed to prevent reasonable access;
b. Inside parking is not possible.
c. The unit is parked perpendicular to the front curb.
4. The body of the recreational vehicle or boat must be at least 15' from the face of any curb, and no part of the unit may extend over the public sidewalk or right-of-way.
5. Parking is only permitted for storage purposes and the recreational vehicle or trailer shall not be:
a. Used for dwelling purposes, except for overnight sleeping for a maximum of 14 days in any year. Cooking is not permitted at any time.
b. Permanently connected to sewer, water or electricity. The recreational vehicle may be connected to electricity temporarily for charging batteries and other purposes.
6. A unit may be parked anywhere on the premises during active loading or unloading, and use of electricity or propane fuel is permitted when necessary to prepare a recreational vehicle for use.
7. The unit shall be owned by the resident on whose property the unit is parked for storage.
The parking of vehicles shall be prohibited in the front yard, side yard or rear yard (except on a driveway) unless the vehicle is parked on an asphalt, concrete or other approved hard surface slab, a minimum of 162 square feet. A Recreational vehicle,boat or trailer may be parked in the side or rear yard if it is not nearer than 2' from the lot line; or on a concrete driveway if space is not available in the rear yard or side yard; or there is no reasonable access to the rear yard.
1. Bellevue'sHousing Rehabilitation Program continues to offer home improvement and repair advice and long term (10 year) low interest rate (4% to 7 and 3/4%) rate loans with low monthly payments on a city-wide basis to qualified Bellevue homeowners.
2. To verify eligibility and receive technical and financial assistance and find out if the program will aid the Homeowner in securing needed home repairs and improvements, call Housing Rehab Coordinator at 293-3019 or 293-3000.
3. After determining eligibility on this low interest rate Housing Rehabilitation Program the housing specialist will provide an estimate of the repair and home improvement costs as well as the monthly payment amount. If you wish to proceed, an employee of the city's Housing Rehab Program will do a "walk through" inspection with you to go over your "wish list" of home improvements as well as any items you may have overlooked. Then a work write up is prepared and returned to the homeowner to outline the work to be considered as well as a cost estimate. The homeowner will be provided with a final inspection to assure the job is completed satisfactorily and loan funds will be available to pay the repair and home improvement costs.
Provides minor home maintenance and repair work for senior citizens 60 years of age and older residing in their own home in Sarpy County. Fees are based on a sliding scale depending on the client's income. Examples of type of work done includes: painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, install grab rails, locks, wide range viewers. Please call the Housing Rehab Coordinator at 293-3019 for details.
***HAWORTH PARK HAS BEEN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO FLOOD DAMAGE***
2 shelters available for rent
$20.00 for the first 3 hours
$10.00 for each additional hour
$20.00 for alcohol permit
Shelters must be rented from the Park Office at 206 Industrial Drive. You can call them at (402) 293-3122. Shelters will be scheduled after payment has been received.
No person, other than employees in the course of their work, shall ride or drive any motorized vehicle, automobile, motorized cart, moped or motorized bicycle on any footpath, sidewalk or any area other than the designated roadway for the use of such vehicles. Use of minibikes and like vehicles not licensed for operation on state roads is completely prohibited either on or off roads, in all parks and playground areas. (Section 21-15, Bellevue City Code)
No person shall carry any rifle, gun, bow and arrow or other weapon of any kind within the parks and playgrounds of the city; nor shall any person fire, discharge or set off any rocket, cracker, torpedo, squib or other firework or anything of an explosive nature without special permission from the City Clerk. (Section 21-4, Bellevue City Code)
Ordinance 3435 allows for portable outdoor storage units to be placed on a hard surface for no more than seven days in any thirty day period. The container cannot exceed 8 feet in height and width and 16 feet in length, and only one unit may be located at a residence at a time.
It shall be unlawful for any person to park a truck, semi-trailer, tractor or truck tractor with a five-ton license certificate or plate and which exceeds 8' in width or 21' in length on any street within the city except for that period of time necessary for loading and unloading, delivery or collection of goods, wares and merchandise, but in no event shall this time period exceed 2 hours.
According to Zoning Ordinance 770, Section 7205 all vehicles (including campers and trailers) must be parked on a hard surface. Brick or concrete pavers may be used if they completely cover the ground under the vehicle. It is a violation to have only the wheels on hard surfaces.
Firearms do not have to be registered with the Bellevue Police Department, but registration is encouraged.
All alarm systems within the City of Bellevue must be registered. Registration period is one year and cost of registration is $25.00 per year. Every system must be registered/re-registered each year.
Download and complete a registration form here.
Yes, all of our vehicles have a wheelchair lift. Wheelchair passengers can bring an escort along to assist them, if needed, for no additional charge.
Pools over 9 feet wide and 18 inches deep require a 6 foot tall privacy or chain link fence with a self-closing and self-latching gate (Zoning Ordinance 2694, Section 1851).
**Permits are required for all fences and can be obtained from Permits & Inspections, 293-3014**
No, this is a shared ride service and the bus cannot wait for one person. When the passenger is done with their business; they call the office to dispatch the bus for the return ride home.
To qualify to ride the minibus, you must:
You may purchase a plot from the Parks Department, 206 Industrial Drive, Bellevue, Ne 68005. Phone: 293-3122.
All plots are $600.00 each. Infant plots are $125. Plots are sold as next available.
A person may obtain an application for a handicap parking permit from the Bellevue City Clerk, 210 West Mission, phone: 293-3007 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The application form must be filled out with the appropriate information, taken to the physician who will sign the form stating that the applicant is in need of a handicap permit. The form is then returned to the City Clerk. There is no charge for the handicapped permit. The City Clerk will mail the form to the State Department of Motor Vehicles in Lincoln, Nebraska who will issue the permit and mail it directly to the applicant.
After the ridership application is approved, you must call 48 hours in advance to schedule a reservation between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.
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PARKING - LONG AND CONTINUOUS:
(Section 18-66, Bellevue City Code)
1. No owner of any motor vehicle shall use the streets or other public thoroughfares of the city for long and continuous parking when such use interferes with traffic or maintenance of public thoroughfares to the extent of becoming a nuisance.
2. The owner of any such vehicle shall remove the same upon notice, in writing, by the Police Department within 24 hours. Upon failure to obtain the order of such officers, the vehicle(s) shall be ordered impounded as a nuisance, and the owners required to pay necessary costs and storage.
A multitude of recreational and park activities are available during the spring and summer months. These include swimming (see below); tennis league and lessons; baseball and softball leagues; day camp and nature study seminar, basketball program, track club, football program. Music in the Parks will be performed every Thursday at 7:30 in Washington Park during the summer.
For all materials, other than art prints, overdue fees are $.10 a day per item. There is a 4 day grace period for these items. Fines are calculated from the due date, not the end of the grace period.
Art print overdue fees are $1.00 per day.
The library reserves the right to block the use of all cards from a household if the sum of unresolved charges on one or more cards is $50 or more.
If overdue and/or lost book charges exceed $50 for any individual, the matter may be referred to the City Attorney's office for further action.
It is unlawful for any person to make any loud, unnecessary or unusual noise which either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace or safety of others within the city. Included, but not limited to: radios, phonographs; yelling, shouting, animals, birds, exhausts, defective vehicles, building construction and repair, drums, pile drivers, hammers, and blowers. Building construction noise is permitted from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Other noises, such as radios, etc. that do not disturb the peace of others are permitted from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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1. It is unlawful for any person to write, paint, or draw upon any wall, rock, bridge, building, fence, gate, other structure, or other real or personal property within the city, either publicly or privately owned, any drawing, figure or mark of the type commonly known and referred to as "graffiti".
2. Violators are subject to fines up to $500 and/or imprisonment of up to 6 months.
3. Once notified of graffiti, the City will issue a notice to the owner requiring the removal or covering of the graffiti within 10 days. If the graffiti is still present after this period, the City is authorized to remove or cover the graffiti and bill the owner for the service.
First - No Charge
Second - $ 100.00
Third and subsequent - $ 250.00
Fees must be paid within 30 days of invoice
No building or structure regulated by the PERMITS AND INSPECTION DIVISION for the CITY OF BELLEVUE and the two mile jurisdiction shall be erected, constructed, enlarged, altered, repaired, improved, removed, converted or demolished, unless a separate permit for each building or structure has first been obtained from the BUILDING OFFICIAL.
1. One story detached accessory buildings used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses, provided the projected roof area does not exceed 120 square feet.
2. Oil Derricks.
3. Movable cases, counters, and partitions not over 5 ft 9 inches high.
4. Retaining walls not over 4 feet in height measuring from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall, unless supporting a surcharge or impounding flammable liquids.
5. Water tanks supported directly upon grade if the capacity does not exceed 5000 gallons and the ratio of height to diameter or width does not exceed 2 to 1.
6. Replacement of concrete or asphalt driveways and walks provided that the area being replaced is no larger than that which previously existed, or that it does not go over any basement or story below.
7. Painting, papering, floor covering and similar finish (cosmetic) work.
8. Temporary motion picture, television and theater stage sets and scenery.
9. Window and door awnings supported by an exterior wall of a single family dwelling or garages when projecting not more than 54 inches.
10. Swimming Pools: Prefabricated swimming pools accessory to a single family dwelling in which the pool walls are entirely above the adjacent grade and if the capacity does not exceed 5000 gallons.
UNLESS OTHERWISE EXEMPTED separate PLUMBING, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL permits will be required for the above items.
Plumbing Work Not Requiring A Permit:
No permit shall be required in the case of any repair work as follows:
The stopping of leaks in drains, soil, waste or vent pipe, provided, however, that should any trap, drainpipe, soil, waste or vent pipe be or become defective and it becomes necessary to remove and replace the same with new material in any part or parts, the same shall be considered as such new work and a permit shall be procured and inspections made as provided. No permit shall be required for the cleaning of stoppages or the repairing of leaks in pipes, valves, or fixtures, when such repairs do not involve or require the replacement or rearrangement of valves, pipes or fixtures.
Mechanical Work Not Requiring a Permit:
1. A portable heating appliance, portable ventilating equipment, portable cooling unit or portable evaporative cooler.
2. A closed system of steam, hot or chilled water piping within heating or cooling equipment regulated by this code.
3. Replacement of any component part or assembly of an appliance which does not alter its original approval and complies with other applicable requirements of this code.
4. Refrigerating equipment which is part of the equipment for which a permit has been issued pursuant to the requirements of this code.
5. A unit refrigerating system.
Electrical Work Not Requiring a Permit:
1. Portable motors or other portable appliances energized by means of a cord or cable having an attachment plug end to be connected to an approved receptacle when that cord or cable is permitted by the ELECTRICAL CODE.
2. Repair or replacement of fixed motors, transformers or fixed approved appliances of the same type and rating in the same location.
3. Temporary decorative lighting.
4. Repair or replacement of current-carrying parts of any switch, contractor or control device.
5. Reinstallation of attachment plug receptacles, but not the outlets.
6. Repair or replacement of any overcurrent device of the required capacity in the same location.
7. Repair or replacement of electrodes or transformers of the same size and capacity for sign or gas tube systems.
8. Taping joints.
9. Removal of electric wire.
10. Temporary wiring for experimental purposes in suitable experimental laboratories.
11. The wiring for temporary theater, motion picture or television sets.
12. Electrical wiring, devices, appliances, apparatus or equipment operating at less than 25 volts and not capable of supplying more than 50 watts of energy.
13. Low-energy power, control and signal circuits of Classes II and III as defined in the ELECTRICAL CODE.
14. A permit shall not be required for the installation, alteration or repair of electrical wiring, apparatus or equipment or the generation, transmission, distribution or metering of electrical energy or in the operation of signals or the transmission of intelligence by a public or private utility in the exercise of its function as a serving utility.
Hours for the library are: Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
***HAWORTH PARK IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO FLOOD DAMAGE***
Overnight camping is available at Haworth Park for the following fees:
$25.00 a day for 50 amp hookup
$20.00 a day for 30 amp hookup
$7.00 per tent
Call the caretaker at (402) 293-3098 for camping reservations.
PARKING FINES (Resolution #R89-0508-07)
Code 18-11 Riding roller skates, coaster, toy vehicle or similar device upon the roadway. $15.00
Code 18-15 Driving between vehicle in funeral procession (No driver of a vehicle $15.00
shall drive between the vehicles comprising a funeral or other authorized procession
while they are in motion and when such vehicles are conspicuously designated
as a funeral processing).
Code 18-66 Long and continuous parking (See Parking - Long and continuous) $10.00
Code 18-76 Parking recreational vehicles, trailers and boats on the right-of-way. $10.00
(See Parking - Recreational Vehicle)
Code 18-86 Parking in a no parking zone $ 5.00
Code 18-87 Obstructing driveways and alleys (except Fire Dept) $ 5.00
(See Parking, Obstructing Driveways, Alleys, etc)
Code 18-87 Obstructing Fire Department driveway $15.00
Code 18-87 Within 15 feet of fire hydrant $10.00
Code 18-87 Within 30 feet of stop sign, red or yellow curb line or within any intersection $10.00
or sidewalk or left side to curb.
Code 18-88 Obstructing alley $10.00
Code 18-89 Parking for display of sale $10.00
(No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for
the purpose of displaying such vehicle for sale)
Code 18-89 Greasing or repairing vehicle except in emergency $10.00
(No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of greasing or repairing except repairs necessitated by an emergency)
Code 18-90 Parking in schools' designated "no parking" areas $10.00
Code 18-92 Left side to curb - one-way streets $10.00
(in the event a highway includes two or more separate roadways and traffic is restricted to one direction upon any such roadway, no person shall stand or park a vehicle upon the left-hand side of such one-way roadway unless signs are erected to permit such standing or parking.)
Code 18-95 Parking trucks with five ton license which exceed eight (8) feet in width or twenty-one (21) feet in length while not actively engaged in loading, unloading, delivery or collection of goods, wares and merchandise. $10.00
(See Parking - Trucks)
Code 18-107 Parking in Handicapped Space $25.00
Any violation not otherwise listed $10.00
All fines double if not paid within seven (7) days after issuance of the citation.
Ordinance 18-66 states that vehicles cannot be parked in the same spot on the roadway for more than 24 hours unless otherwise posted.
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Zoning Ordinance 2694, Section 1584 requires that all fences be maintained, repaired, or removed. Missing boards need to be replaced or the fence section removed. Zoning Ordinance 2694, Section 1561 states that fences are to be installed with the finished sides facing outward toward adjacent properties. Pools over 9 feet wide and 18 inches deep require a 6 foot tall privacy or chain link fence with a self-closing and self-latching gate (Zoning Ordinance 2694, Section 1851).
The City of Bellevue has recently adopted the International Fire Code into city ordinance which severely restricts open burning within the BellevueCity limits. Burn Permits outside the Bellevue City limits and in the Eastern Sarpy Rural Fire District, may be issued for the burning of natural vegetation or tree piles upon satisfactory inspection by designated fire personnel.
For further information regarding permits, please contact K.C. Bang at 591-4520.
1. No nonoperating, wrecked, junked or partially dismantled vehicle or parts thereof that have lost their identity, character, utility or serviceability, may remain on any property within the city limits and its zoning jurisdiction longer than 7 days except for:
a. Any motor vehicle or part thereof kept in an enclosed building, or
b. Any motor vehicle or part thereof kept on the premises of any business enterprise operated on real property zoned ML, (Light Manufacturing) or MH, (Heavy Manufacturing) in a lawful place and manner when necessary to the lawful operation of such business enterprise.
2. The lack of a current license or registration shall be presumptive evidence that such vehicle has lost its utility or serviceability.
3. After notification by the city, an individual would have 7 days to remove the junked, wrecked or partially dismantled motor vehicle.
4. If after 7 days it is not removed, the city may remove the junked, wrecked or partially dismantled motor vehicle and assess the cost against the property for removal and storage in a tow lot until the vehicle is claimed or sold.
5. Individuals may contact the Planning Department, 293-3026 for other regulations pertaining to junked, wrecked or partially dismantled motor vehicles.
1. Any person furnishing child care for four or more children from different families must have a license from the State of Nebraska Department of Social Services. (Sec 71-1911 Nebraska State Statutes)
2. As a home occupation, a Family Day Care Home may care for up to 8 children at one time if the provider has a valid state license, and complies with the Nebraska State Statutes; but there shall be no signs, radio, television, newspaper, handbills, classified telephone listing, or similar types of advertising linking the address of the premises with the home occupation. (Zoning Ordinance #2685)
3. Under State law, a Group Day Care Home may care for up to 12 children, providing they have a full-time adult helper. A Group Day Care Home must have a Conditional Use Permit issued by the City of Bellevue. (Zoning Ordinance #2688)
Vehicle complaints are addressed by Ordinance 3387, Sections 19-40 through 19-43. With the exception of active duty service members, all Nebraska residents are required to have current Nebraska license plates on the front and back of all vehicles. Code Enforcement can issued violation notices for expired plates, regardless of the state displayed on the plate. Vehicles stored inside of a garage at all times do not constitute a violation. If a vehicle has current out of state plates, Code Enforcement will still check the vehicle and turn the complaint over to police officers to further investigate.
According to Ordinance 3387, Sections 19-40 through 19-43, all vehicles must be maintained in operable condition. Code Enforcement will issue violation notices for vehicles that are not able to be driven on the roadway. Examples include flat tires, vehicles on jacks, and obviously missing parts.
It shall be unlawful to discharge fireworks in the City of Bellevue except between:
The council meets the second and fourth Monday of each month. The open meeting is held in the council chambers in City Hall at 210 West Mission Avenue, usually at 6:00 pm. The agenda for each meeting is published on this site. The agenda is then replaced with the minutes of the meeting when they are available.
PARKING - OBSTRUCTING DRIVEWAYS, ALLEYS, etc.
(Section 18-87, Bellevue City Code)
(Section 39-672, 39-673 Nebraska State Statutes)
1. No operator of any motor vehicle, whether the vehicle is attended or not, shall park on any street or highway within the city, in any manner that would interfere with ingress and egress of any private driveway, established alley; or in the lane of traffic proceeding in the opposite direction; or within 2' on either side of the opening of any private driveway, public driveway or established alley.
2. No person shall park any motor vehicle:
a. Within 15' of any fire hydrant.
b. Within 30' of any flashing signal, stop sign, yield sign, or other traffic control device located at the side of a roadway.
c. Within 20' of a crosswalk at an intersection.
d On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street, highway or roadway.
e. On a sidewalk.
f. Within 20' of the driveway entrance to any fire station; and on the side of street, highway or roadway opposite the entrance to any fire station within 75' of such entrance when properly signposted.
g. Along any curb line painted red or yellow.
h. Within 30' of points on the curb immediately opposite the closest end of a safety zone.
I. Within any intersection of a street, highway, or roadway or sidewalk area to in any manner interfere with the use thereof by the public.
3. All vehicles parked upon a two-way roadway must be parked with the flow of the traffic. No parking is allowed facing the flow of traffic. (Section 39-673, Nebraska State Statutes).
4. No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of displaying such vehicle for sale; or greasing or repairing such vehicle except repairs necessitated by an emergency.
PARKING - TRUCKS
(Section 18-95, Bellevue City Code)
1. It shall be unlawful for any person to park a truck, semi-trailer, tractor or truck tractor with a five-ton license certificate or plate and which exceeds 8' in width or 21' in length on any street within the city except for that period of time necessary for loading and unloading, delivery or collection of goods, wares and merchandise, but in no event shall this time period exceed 2 hours.
Library cards are free to residents of the City of Bellevue and their dependents, for any person who pays Bellevue property taxes, and for active duty military personnel and their dependents who live in the area.
There is a $1.00 fee to replace a lost card (both resident and nonresident)
1. The sale of acceptable retail fireworks is permitted in the City of Bellevue after first obtaining a license from the City Clerk. Licenses may only be obtained by no more than twenty (20) not-for-profit, charitable, community or civic benevolent organizations which operate on a not-for-profit and benevolent basis within the City and meet the criteria set forth in City Code:
2. Applications for fireworks licenses are accepted by the City Clerk between April 1st and April 30th of each year, and fireworks may be sold only between 8 a.m. until 11:00 pm, June 25th through July 4th.
3. The fireworks license fee is $500. In addition, a $1000.00 cash bond is required which shall be refunded if all criteria set forth in City Code are met.
1. The Sarpy County landfill is located at 14414 So. 156th, Springfield, Ne, phone: 253-2134. The hours of operation are: Monday thru Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on Sundays December thru March. Costs are as follows:
Out of State Plated Vehicles
(Yard waste defined as grass clippings and leaves and cannot be co-mingled with other trash.)
Lead Acid Batteries and Used Motor Oil will be accepted for proper disposal. Notify Gatekeeper for location to dispose of these items.
Paint - Take the lids off and let it dry out in a well ventilated area. As long as the paint can is dried out, you can put it in the trash. You can also spill the paint on old carpeting, let it dry, and then take it to the landfill. Sarpy County and Omaha also have paint swap locations where you can take the paint to that location. Bellevue works in conjunction with the Omaha Paint Swap day and provides a site in Bellevue. You can also contact the Sarpy County Extension Office for paint kits.
Please contact the City of Bellevue’s Public Works Department at 293-3042 with concerns about right of ways and other obstructions of streets and sidewalks.
Groups in excess of 15 people must apply in advance to the Park Superintendent by calling 293-3122 and leaving the name, address and telephone number of the person responsible for cleanup.
No person under 18 years of age shall remain in or upon any street, alley or public place in the City of Bellevue at night after 10 p.m. unless the person is:
a. Accompanied by a parent, guardian or other person having legal custody of such minor person, or
b. Is going to or from some meeting or assemblage of lawful character, or
c. Is in the performance of an errand of duty, directed by parent, guardian or other person having the legal custody of such minor person, or
d. Whose employment makes it necessary to be upon the streets, alleys or public places during the night time after said specified hours.
Because the library is funded by property taxes, which is only paid by Bellevue residents, nonresidents are required to pay an annual fee for library cards. The costs are:
Each year during snow removal, some residents are inconvenienced because city crews inadvertently damage their mailboxes. During a check of the area, we have determined that your mailbox is placed too near the street on the city right-of-way.
We are advising you now to give you ample time to relocate your mailbox prior to snow removal next winter. Please position your mailbox to conform to the following drawing.
If you move your mailbox to conform to the drawing, please notify the Street Department at 293-3126. At that time, we will accept responsibility for damages caused by the snow plow. The property owner is still responsible to have a properly sized post and have the mailbox securely fastened to the post.
I have conferred with the Post Office and they agree that mailboxes placed according to the drawing are acceptable.