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South Bellevue Park and Ride closes Tuesday
Friday, May 26, 2017

Commuters who use the park and ride are encouraged to plan ahead for their Tuesday commute, since the South Bellevue Park and Ride will be closed for Sound Transit's East Link construction. Commuters are encouraged to use any of the alternate parking lots secured by Sound Transit or use existing park and rides.


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South Bellevue Park and Ride closes Tuesday

Commuters who use the park and ride are encouraged to plan ahead for their Tuesday commute, since the South Bellevue Park and Ride will be closed for Sound Transit's East Link construction. Commuters are encouraged to use any of the alternate parking lots secured by Sound Transit or use existing park and rides.

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Friday, May 26, 2017
City Hall closed Monday for Memorial Day

City Hall and other city offices are closed on Monday, May 29, for Memorial Day. All city offices will reopen on Tuesday. The police and fire departments, along with other critical city services, are unaffected by the closure and will continue to provide service.

While most park facilities will be closed Monday, the Bellevue Aquatic Center will be open (8 a.m.-8 p.m.).

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Human trafficking topic at next Cultural Conversations

Program will focus on resiliency, compassion and awareness

Cultural Conversations, the popular women's discussion group, will conclude its latest season with an informative exploration of human trafficking. The program will feature Police Captain Marcia Harnden, who will explain what human trafficking is and what it looks like in our community.

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Thursday, May 25, 2017
Council Roundup: Studying proposed Land Use Code amendment

Plus, briefing on city-owned easement procedures

On Monday, the City Council voted 6-to-1 to proceed studying a proposed amendment to the Land Use Code. Councilmember Lynne Robinson cast the dissenting vote. The proposed amendment would eliminate the council's quasi-judicial role in Process I and III land use appeals.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Gear up for Lake to Lake Bike Ride

The Lake to Lake Bike ride on Saturday, June 3, will provide riders of all levels and abilities with an opportunity to experience Bellevue by bicycle. Riders can choose between two different routes -- a mostly flat, approximately eight-mile Greenbelt Loop perfect for families or less experienced cyclists, and a more challenging 22-mile Lake to Lake loop with some climbs.

To register, visit www.myParksandRecreation.com and enter activity code #117822 or call 425-452-6885.

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Friday, May 12, 2017
Permanent Men's Shelter

The city and county are seeking a permanent location for the men's shelter

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