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City moves in Nextdoor
Friday, May 29, 2015

Responding to requests from residents, the city will start using the popular social network for neighborhoods Nextdoor on Monday, June 1, as another way to communicate with residents.

More than 9,000 residents from 97 neighborhoods in Bellevue are already using Nextdoor. The new partnership will expand the city's ability to communicate with residents about issues of concern to specific neighborhoods.


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City moves in Nextdoor
The city's page on Nextdoor

Responding to requests from residents, the city will start using the popular social network for neighborhoods Nextdoor on Monday, June 1, as another way to communicate with residents.

More than 9,000 residents from 97 neighborhoods in Bellevue are already using Nextdoor. The new partnership will expand the city's ability to communicate with residents about issues of concern to specific neighborhoods.

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Friday, May 29, 2015
Book a ticket for Booker T.
Booker T Jones will headline the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.
Booker T Jones will headline the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.

Legendary soulman Booker T. Jones will headline this year's Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival, May 27-31 at the Theatre at Meydenbauer and other downtown venues. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and other national artists, local musicians and high school all stars will perform in free and ticketed venues throughout the weekend.

More information and tickets are available at the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Thursday, March 26, 2015
Council Roundup: District Court poised for change of venue
The Bellevue District Court will move to renovated building at Bellefield Office Park, shown in this rendering,
The Bellevue District Court will move to renovated building at Bellefield Office Park, shown in this rendering,

An aging, former elementary school at Surrey Downs Park has been the "temporary" home of Bellevue District Court for nearly 30 years, but that arrangement is about to change. On Monday, the City Council reviewed plans to move court operations in June to an extensively renovated, leased building at Bellefield Office Park.

King County provides district court services at Surrey Downs, located at 585 112th Ave. SE, under an agreement with the city. The court's new home will be at 1309 114th Ave. SE, just a few blocks away. Plans call for court operations to open at the "Bellefields Building" on June 23. A public open house will follow.

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Thursday, May 28, 2015
Recruiting for Bellevue Essentials class
Students at a Bellevue Essentials class
Students at a Bellevue Essentials class

The city is seeking participants for the next Bellevue Essentials class, the city's program for emerging neighborhood and community leaders, People interested in learning more about the structure and operations of city government are invited to apply.

The application deadline is July 17. An informational meeting will be Tuesday, June 9, 6-7 p.m., at City Hall, room 1E-108.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Lake to Lake show features double-decker fun
The new driving range at the Bellevue Golf Course features a covered section.
The new driving range at the Bellevue Golf Course features a covered section.

A story about the new driving range at the Bellevue Golf Course is just one of the featured segments on the latest edition of Lake to Lake, a video news show about Bellevue. Lake to Lake also is available on the city's YouTube channel, on BTV Channel 21, or streamed via Bellevue TV .

Other topics this month include the swearing-in of our new police and fire chiefs and a landmark agreement involving East Link.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure Eastside light rail serves the needs of residents and businesses.

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