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COVID-19 Updates - Cases for Sarpy County as of 3-31-2020

  • Sarpy County -  16 cases

(The Sarpy/Cass Health Department is reporting positive COVID-19 tests by the County. The health department will contact individuals directly whom they suspect have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.)

Click Here for the latest Directed Health Measure for Sarpy County from the Sarpy/Cass Health Department (Updated 3/29/2020)

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.

City of Bellevue Adjusted Parks and Trails Regulations

New Safety Measures Aim to Slow the Spread of the Coronavirus

City of Bellevue Adjusted Parks and Trails Regulations
During this unprecedented time of COVID-19, the City of Bellevue Parks and Recreation Department continues to take measures to slow the spread of the virus.  All of the City's indoor recreation facilities remain closed and organized activities such as baseball, softball, tennis,...

City of Bellevue Suspended Building and Rental/Minimum Housing Inspections Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

City of Bellevue Suspended Building and Rental/Minimum Housing Inspections Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
At this time the City of Bellevue has suspended building and rental/minimum housing inspections for occupied structures. This applies only to inspections of existing, occupied structures undergoing alterations and additions as well as rental/minimum housing inspections. All unoccupied new...

Bellevue Fire Department Develops Innovative Way to Help Keep First Responders Safe During Supply Shortages

Bellevue Fire Department Develops Innovative Way to Help Keep First Responders Safe During Supply Shortages
As the Coronavirus Pandemic continues to impact Bellevue and communities throughout the country, the health and safety of Bellevue citizens, employees and first responders is of the utmost importance. All of the City of Bellevue’s first responders have adjusted their procedures, during...

City of Bellevue Aware of Second Employee that has Tested Positive with COVID-19

City of Bellevue Aware of Second Employee that has Tested Positive with COVID-19
The City of Bellevue has become aware of a second employee that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.  The second employee that tested positive works in the same department as the first and had direct contact with that employee. The City has already been in contact with the employees...

Bellevue Recreation Department Announces Revised Registration Dates and Adjusted Program Start Dates

All Dates are Subject to Change as the Coronavirus Pandemic Continues in our Community

Bellevue Recreation Department Announces Revised Registration Dates and Adjusted Program Start Dates
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 Bellevue Recreation's summer activities. ONLINE REGISTRATION at www.bellevue.net will begin on April 13th, 2020 for the...

Updated Directed Health Measures Issued for Sarpy County

Limitations on gatherings that do not allow for social distancing starting March 31st (Includes massage therapy, tattoo shops, barbershops and hair/nail salons)

Updated Directed Health Measures Issued for Sarpy County
If you operate or plan to visit a barbershop, beauty salon, nail salon, tattoo shop massage therapy or other business in Bellevue and Sarpy County that cannot maintain a 6 foot distance between employees and customers, they have been ordered to shutdown beginning on Tuesday, March 31st by a...

City of Bellevue's Planning Commission Meeting to be held Virtually on 03/26/2020

Public is Invited to Participate in Three Different Ways

City of Bellevue's Planning Commission Meeting to be held Virtually on 03/26/2020
Due to Concerns Related to the Coronavirus and for the safety of the Planning Commissioners, City Employees and the General Public, tonight’s meeting (03/26/2020) of the Bellevue Planning Commission will be closed to physical attendance by the public.The Planning Commissioners will also be...

Keystone Trail at Copper Creek, Near Hastings Banner Park, to Temporarily Close as Construction Resumes

Work to begin on March 30th and last approximately 14 days

Keystone Trail at Copper Creek, Near Hastings Banner Park, to Temporarily Close as Construction Resumes
The Papio Missouri River NRD has provided the following update for the Keystone Trail Pedestrian Bridge Rehab project near Hastings Banner Park which began on January 28th.  The remaining work for this project includes replacing the concrete panels and bollards at the ends of the...

Bellevue Planning Commission Meeting

  • 4/23/2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Author: Phil Davidson
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Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, will hold a regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. on March 26, 2020, in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, Nebraska, regarding: (Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 20-03,...

Governor Pete Ricketts Announces Directed Health Measure and Orders 10-Person Limit at Gatherings, Events or Businesses

All Sarpy County Government Entities and the City of Plattsmouth Strongly Support this Measure

Governor Pete Ricketts Announces Directed Health Measure and Orders 10-Person Limit at Gatherings, Events or Businesses
    Earlier this afternoon Governor Pete Ricketts announced the state’s first Directed Health Measure (DHM) for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The measure imposes an enforceable limit on public gatherings. This is a necessary step to prevent the spread of a...
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