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COVID-19 Updates - Cases for Sarpy County as of 8-17-2020

  • Sarpy County -  2107 cases (1682 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

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

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City of Bellevue Fall Cleanup Day Set for Saturday, October 10th

Drop Off Locations will be Open from 7am to 3pm

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City of Bellevue Fall Cleanup Day Set for Saturday, October 10th
The City of Bellevue’s Annual Fall Clean Up will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2020. Two Street Department area's located at 29th & Hancock, and 8252 Cedar Island Road will be open from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM on that day for residents to drop off solid waste, including the...

Bellevue City Offices Closed on Monday, September 7th in Observance of Labor Day

Police and Fire Departments will Continue to Operate 24 hours a Day During this Time

Bellevue City Offices Closed on Monday, September 7th in Observance of Labor Day
Bellevue City Offices and the Bellevue Public Library will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020  in observance of the Labor Day 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...

City of Bellevue Enters into Public/Private Partnership for Haworth Park Campground

Public Access to Boat Ramps, Trails, Ball Fields and American Heroes Park will Not be Affected

City of Bellevue Enters into Public/Private Partnership for Haworth Park Campground
The City of Bellevue has entered into a Public/Private Partnership with local resident, Roger Winsor, for the sole purpose of establishing and maintaining a campground at Haworth Park. This partnership only entails the land at Haworth Park that had been utilized as a campground prior to the 2019...

City of Bellevue Names Kenneth Clary as New Police Chief

Clary has Over 25 years of Experience with the Iowa State Patrol

City of Bellevue Names Kenneth Clary as New Police Chief
City Administrator Jim Ristow has announced that the City of Bellevue has hired Kenneth Clary for the position of Police Chief. Mr. Clary will replace Interim Police Chief Tom Dargy, who has served in that role since January of this year.  While Captain Dargy decided early on that he was...

Joint Statement from the Census Bureau and Centers for Disease Control on Conducting 2020 Census Non-Response Follow-Up Interviews

Joint Statement from the Census Bureau and Centers for Disease Control on Conducting 2020 Census Non-Response Follow-Up Interviews
In carrying out our respective missions, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are committed to protecting the health and safety of those we serve and employ. This is particularly important during the current COVID-19 health crisis. Participation in...

Bellevue’s Inaugural "Believe in Bellevue" Virtual Fundraiser Inspires Donors

Bellevue’s Inaugural "Believe in Bellevue" Virtual Fundraiser Inspires Donors
The inaugural “Believe in Bellevue” held on Tuesday, August 4 rallied supporters from across the community and generated more than $20,000 for Bellevue nonprofits. Hosted by the Bellevue Public Schools Foundation, Bellevue Community Foundation and Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, in...

City of Bellevue to Open Tree Dump to Residents After Recent Wind Storm

Tree Dump will Remain Open Through Friday, August 14th at 3:30pm

City of Bellevue to Open Tree Dump to Residents After Recent Wind Storm
In response to this morning's wind storm, the City of Bellevue Public Works Department has opened the City's Tree Dump effective immediately for citizens to drop off tree and brush debris only. The Tree Dump will remain open during daylight hours through 3:30pm on  Friday, August...

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,...
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