Bellevue's Curb Management Plan Feedback Questionnaire

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Welcome! Bellevue is creating a Curb Management Plan, which will guide the city as it organizes the many different uses and activities along our city streets. Examples of curbside activities include on-street parking, bus stops, bike lanes, rideshare pick-up zones, outdoor dining areas, food truck zones, package delivery areas, and many more. As Bellevue continues to grow , the Curb Management Plan will help ensure the curb can support the growing needs of residents, workers, businesses, and visitors who use it.

This brief questionnaire is intended to gather information about your experiences and perceptions about how the curb is used in Bellevue. It also asks for your thoughts about how the curb area should look in the future.

This feedback questionnaire will close on April 15, 2022 at 5 p.m.


Welcome! Bellevue is creating a Curb Management Plan, which will guide the city as it organizes the many different uses and activities along our city streets. Examples of curbside activities include on-street parking, bus stops, bike lanes, rideshare pick-up zones, outdoor dining areas, food truck zones, package delivery areas, and many more. As Bellevue continues to grow , the Curb Management Plan will help ensure the curb can support the growing needs of residents, workers, businesses, and visitors who use it.

This brief questionnaire is intended to gather information about your experiences and perceptions about how the curb is used in Bellevue. It also asks for your thoughts about how the curb area should look in the future.

This feedback questionnaire will close on April 15, 2022 at 5 p.m.


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Curbside Interactive Map

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All the ways we move in Bellevue interact with the curbside – it is where we bike, board buses, park cars, receive packages and food deliveries – and even dine. How we allocate and regulate this space is an opportunity to make sure we can do all of these in way that makes our streets work their best. 

As Bellevue creates a Curb Management Plan to organize and manage different uses on our city streets, feedback from curb users will help us understand what is happening on the curb today and gather ideas for how to improve curb function in the future. The Plan will focus attention on the fast growing "Urban Core" areas of Bellevue – including Downtown, BelRed, Wilburton, and East Main. Please take a few minutes to tell us where and why Bellevue’s curbs work – or do not work – for you and others.  

Do you currently experience any curb access challenges at specific locations in these fast-growing parts of Bellevue? Do you have ideas where curb areas can be improved to enhance the city's landscape? Please place pins down in where you have experienced a curb challenge or see a curb opportunity in the Urban Core neighborhoods. 

Some examples of curb challenges might include: Curbside conflicts at bus stops; Curb conflicts with accessible/walking infrastructure; Lack of available parking spaces within a 5-minute walk of my destination; Limited curb access for passenger loading or package delivery; Unsafe conditions due to sidewalk, bike lane, or travel lane blockages; Lack of outdoor dining or seating areas.

Some examples of curb opportunities might include: Add on-street parking or loading zones; install on-street dining areas; install on-street parklet areas for seating and greenery; add dedicated bus or bike lanes along the curbside; implement curbside technology to improve traveler information.

If your ideas fall out of these general categories, please place an "other" pin and let us know your thoughts. 

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.