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Open data home page
Bellevue launches open data portal
Friday, February 12, 2016

Today, the City of Bellevue launched its open data portal, which is intended to help the city share its progress in achieving intended results with residents and other stakeholders.

The open data catalog includes free, easy to access data about Bellevue's budget and expenditures, demographics, businesses and crime.


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Bellevue launches open data portal
Open data home page

Today, the City of Bellevue launched its open data portal, which is intended to help the city share its progress in achieving intended results with residents and other stakeholders.

The open data catalog includes free, easy to access data about Bellevue's budget and expenditures, demographics, businesses and crime.

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Friday, February 12, 2016
Civil rights hero featured on BTV
Terrence Roberts speaks at City Hall about battling racism.
Terrence Roberts speaks at City Hall about battling racism.

This month, the Lake to Lake television show shares the inspirational visit of Terrance Roberts, a historic figure at the center of school integration in the 1950s. It also features indoor and outdoor activities at the South Bellevue Community Center and snowshoeing adventure trips to help keep you active this winter.

Lake to Lake airs on BTV Channel 21 and Bellevue's YouTube channel.

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Friday, February 12, 2016
Bellevue joins Eastside effort to combat racism
Mayor John Stokes speaks at Wednesday's anti-racism event. Members of the Eastside Race and Leadership Coalition stand behind him.
Mayor John Stokes speaks at Wednesday's anti-racism event. Members of the Eastside Race and Leadership Coalition stand behind him.

Mayor John Stokes and city leaders invited the community to take personal steps to eliminate racism Wednesday at City Hall.

The goal of the event (video) was to unite Eastside communities in an expression of solidarity following a racist incident that recently occurred at the Rags to Riches consignment shop in Redmond.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Council Roundup: Trails emphasized in park plan
Meydenbauer Beach Park
Meydenbauer Beach Park

Also, Olympic Pipeline franchise and ST3 discussed

The City Council expressed enthusiastic support Monday for a long-range parks plan updated to include downtown urban trails and parts of a "Grand Connection" from Meydenbauer Bay to the Eastside Rail Corridor.

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Weigh in on website redesign
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The city is in the process of redesigning its website and we want your feedback. Your input regarding the strengths and weaknesses of this site and features you would like to see in the new site will be very helpful.

Please complete the Bellevue Website Redesign Survey.

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Thursday, January 28, 2016
Light Rail and Bellevue

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

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