The City of Bellevue Wants to Hear from You Regarding Housing Opportunities and Issues Present in our Community

The City of Bellevue Wants to Hear from You Regarding Housing Opportunities and Issues Present in our Community
How do residents choose where to live? How much housing is needed? What services should surround housing? The City of Bellevue has partnered with Housing Foundation for Sarpy County (HFSC) and other Sarpy County organizations to answer these questions and more as part of the county-wide housing...

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Capehart Rd from 36th to 33rd St will be Closed Starting on Monday, October 21st

Bellevue Public Works Department Announces Capehart Rd from 36th to 33rd St will be Closed Starting on Monday, October 21st
The City of Bellevue Public Works Department has announced that beginning approximately 9:00 am next Monday, October 21st, Capehart Rd from 36th to 33rd St will be closed.  Metropolitan Utilities District (MUD) will be continuing its utility relocation work in preparation of the 36th Street...

City of Bellevue Receives AA+ Rating from Standards & Poors

City of Bellevue Receives AA+ Rating from Standards & Poors
S&P Global Ratings assigned its' AA+' long- term rating to Bellevue, Neb.'s series 2019 general obligation (GO) refunding bonds. S&P Global Ratings also affirmed its 'AA+' rating on Bellevue's public safety department tax anticipation refunding bonds. The outlook...

Bellevue Library Celebrating 90 Years with Open House on Monday, October 14th

October 14th is also Last Day to Participate in Husker Fan-Tastic Fall Fundraiser

Bellevue Library Celebrating 90 Years with Open House on Monday, October 14th
Join the Bellevue Public Library in celebrating its 90th anniversary at an open house on Monday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come visit with library staff and Friends members and enjoy cake and other refreshments. Enjoy a music performance by Celtic Boulevard at 12 noon. At 6:30 p.m. join...

City of Bellevue is Monitoring the Rising Missouri River for Potential Flash Flooding

Residents and Businesses in Low Lined Areas of the City are Advised to take Precautionary Measures

City of Bellevue is Monitoring the Rising Missouri River for Potential Flash Flooding
The City of Bellevue’s Public Work’s Department has been notified that due to the forecasted heavy rainfall for our area and areas to our north, the water levels of the Missouri River are expected to rise through the end of the week. As a precaution, the City of Bellevue wants...
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