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...

Residential Trash Service in Bellevue Delayed One Day to to Winter Weather

Friday, April 3rd Trash Service will now be Picked Up on Saturday, April 4th

Residential Trash Service in Bellevue Delayed One Day to to Winter Weather

Papillion Sanitation has informed the City of Bellevue that due to the weather conditions trash pickup will be delayed one day! If your trash pickup day is normally Friday, it will now be picked up on Saturday, April 4th.

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...
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