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COVID-19 Updates - Cases for Sarpy County as of 7-20-2020

  • Sarpy County -  1511 cases (1228 recovered)

(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 to Access Nebraska's Statewide Testing Program

Click Here for the latest Directed Health Measure for Sarpy County from the Sarpy/Cass Health Department (Updated 4/29/2020)

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.

Sarpy County Announces Concrete repairs Scheduled for Several Roads Throughout the County

Concrete Rehab Project will Start on August 10th

Sarpy County Announces Concrete repairs Scheduled for Several Roads Throughout the County
Several stretches of road across Sarpy County will be rehabbed starting Monday, Aug. 10, as part of the county’s concrete panel replacement efforts. The projects, which will involve removing deteriorated concrete panels and pouring new concrete, will require some temporary road...

Portions of Franklin Street Near Washington Park to be Closed for Two Weeks Starting on August 3rd

Portions of Franklin Street Near Washington Park to be Closed for Two Weeks Starting on August 3rd
The Bellevue Public Works Department has announced that Franklin Street between 19th Ave and 20th Ave will be closed to traffic beginning Monday, August 3, 2020.  The closure is expected to last for approximately two weeks.  During the closure, traffic will be detoured to Hancock...

City of Bellevue Solid Waste Collection Day May Be Changing For Many Residents

City of Bellevue Solid Waste Collection Day May Be Changing For Many Residents
The City of Bellevue and Papillion Sanitation have announced that effective the first week of August, many trash, recycling, and yard waste collection routes will be changing.  Nearly 10,000 residents will see a change in their service day.  The City of Bellevue has been growing,...

Construction In And Around Washington Park Will Take Place Over The Next Few Weeks

Construction In And Around Washington Park Will Take Place Over The Next Few Weeks
The Public Works Department has announced that construction will be taking place in and around Washington Park over the coming weeks. The work will include construction of sidewalks and curb ramps and replacement of pavement in parking areas in order to improve ADA accessibility to and within...

The City of Bellevue Wishes You a Happy and Safe 4th of July Weekend

Bellevue City Offices to be Closed on Friday, July 3rd in Observance of the Holiday

The City of Bellevue Wishes You a Happy and Safe 4th of July Weekend
Happy 4th of July Weekend from the City of Bellevue! City Offices will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of the Holiday. As always, the City of Bellevue's Police and Fire Departments will continue to operate 24 hours a day during this time. If you have an emergency please call 911!...

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Closure of Portions of Lincoln Road to be Closed Two Weeks for Utility Work

Closure to Begin on July 6th Between Cascio Drive and Bruce Circle

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Closure of Portions of Lincoln Road to be Closed Two Weeks for Utility Work
The Bellevue Public Works Department has announced that Lincoln Road between Cascio Drive and Bruce Circle, near Wake Robin Elementary School, is scheduled to close beginning next week for utility work.  The road closure is scheduled to begin Monday, July 6th, and is expected to last for...

Papio-Missouri River NRD Announces that Large Portions of the Keystone Trail in Bellevue to be Closed for Repairs

Update as of June 26th: Second Section of the Project to Begin on June 26th with a Closure Expected to Last 3 Weeks

Papio-Missouri River NRD Announces that Large Portions of the Keystone Trail in Bellevue to be Closed for Repairs
Update as of 1:00pm on Friday, June 26, 2020 – The City of Bellevue Public Works Department has reported that the first section of the levee repairs starting at Cornhusker Road and heading south for approximately one mile has been completed. Work will now begin on the second section of the...

City of Bellevue Splash Pads to Open on Saturday, June 20th

Splash pads are free to the public and open daily from 10am to 8pm

City of Bellevue Splash Pads to Open on Saturday, June 20th
Based on updated guidance from the State of Nebraska and Local Health Departments, the City of Bellevue's Public Works Department has announced that the City's two splash pads at Banner Park (50th & Virginia) and the Everett Park Splash Pad (Adjacent to Betz Road) will open for the...

Bellevue Public Library to Re-Open to the Public on Monday, June 22nd with Health Safety Restrictions

Bellevue Public Library to Re-Open to the Public on Monday, June 22nd with Health Safety Restrictions
The Bellevue Public Library is taking steps to re-open to the public on Monday, June 22, with some health safety measures in place. These actions are in line with the latest Directed Health Measure issued by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and the Sarpy/Cass County Health Department. When it...

Update from Bellevue Public Works: Both lanes of Avery Road between Fort Crook Road and Galvin Road will be Closed to Traffic Beginning Monday, June 8th.

Full Closure of this Section of Avery Road Necessary for Safety of Construction Crews

Update from Bellevue Public Works: Both lanes of Avery Road between Fort Crook Road and Galvin Road will be Closed to Traffic Beginning Monday, June 8th.
UPDATE 6/8/2020 Avery Road between Fort Crook Road and Galvin Road will be closed to traffic in both directions beginning Monday, June 8 th. Closing this road segment in both directions will help to ensure safer conditions for both workers and the traveling public, as well as speed up...
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