Bellevue City Council to Hold Special Meeting on June 1, 2020

  • 1 June 2020
  • Author: Phil Davidson
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Bellevue City Council to Hold Special Meeting on June 1, 2020

Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike has called for a special meeting of the Bellevue City Council on Monday, June 1, 2020 to discuss and vote on a resolution that would authorize the Mayor to impose a curfew within the City of Bellevue, should the need arise.

Due to Concerns Related to the Coronavirus and for the safety of the City Council Members, City Employees and the General Public, tonight’s meeting (06/01/2020) of the Bellevue City Council will be closed to physical attendance by the public. The City Council Members will also be participating virtually from their home or office in order to limit the amount of people physically attending due to the current guidelines by the Governor and local Health Departments. 

There are two ways that the public can participate in the meeting.

  1. Submit your question or concern via email to and it will be asked and submitted into the record if related to an agenda item for the public hearing:


  1. Please call the Community Relations Department at 402-515-6259 anytime during the meeting to receive a phone number and access code to join the meeting via GoToMeeting.


The meeting will not be televised live but will be played back on the City of Bellevue's YouTube Channel within a few days of the meeting. The City of Bellevue thanks you for your cooperation during these unprecedented times as we conduct this public meeting in the safest way possible for all involved!

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