Great Neighborhoods - NE Bellevue

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Consultation has concluded

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1 Year, 11 events, 2 mailings, over 350 participants, and countless ideas.

That's what has gone into crafting the Northeast Bellevue Neighborhood Plan. The team is grateful for the participation of so many community members who shared the vision, ideas, and feedback. The plan is a reflection of everything we heard along the way. You can read about all the activities and feedback in the Engagement Report.

Neighborhood Plans are part of the city's Comprehensive Plan. They are used by city staff, developers, and other stakeholders to guide decision making about things like sidewalks, parks, housing, and more. The plans help make sure that as a neighborhood evolves the changes reflect the hopes of residents.

Now that the plan has been adopted it is part of Volume 2 of the city's Comprehensive Plan.

Great Neighborhoods – Many Voices. One Vision. Our Future

1 Year, 11 events, 2 mailings, over 350 participants, and countless ideas.

That's what has gone into crafting the Northeast Bellevue Neighborhood Plan. The team is grateful for the participation of so many community members who shared the vision, ideas, and feedback. The plan is a reflection of everything we heard along the way. You can read about all the activities and feedback in the Engagement Report.

Neighborhood Plans are part of the city's Comprehensive Plan. They are used by city staff, developers, and other stakeholders to guide decision making about things like sidewalks, parks, housing, and more. The plans help make sure that as a neighborhood evolves the changes reflect the hopes of residents.

Now that the plan has been adopted it is part of Volume 2 of the city's Comprehensive Plan.

Great Neighborhoods – Many Voices. One Vision. Our Future

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  • NE Data Walk - Neighborhood Overview

    about 2 years ago
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    A Data Walk is an interactive way for you to learn about your neighborhood through the lens of facts and figures and reflect on what those numbers say about your community. The goals of the Data Walk are to:

    • Develop a deeper understanding of the current state of the neighborhood area.
    • Start to identify key strengths and challenges facing the neighborhood area.
    • Uncover the stories about where we’ve been and where we are going. 

    The Data Walk is divided into five sections - Neighborhood Overview, Community ConnectionsAccess & SafetyEnvironment & Sustainability, and Diversity. We chose those topics based on what we heard from you about the values you care about. 

    A Data Walk is like a museum exhibition where you get to see various video portraits of your neighborhood. Each portrait consists of a short video that shares data about housing, transportation, parks, safety, people, and more. As you watch the videos, feel free to pause the video if you want more time to look at the data. You can also download a copy of the full presentation from our Document Library. 



    After watching the video, consider the following questions and write your responses below:

    • What does this data say to you about the strengths and/or challenges facing your neighborhood?
    • How do you see this data playing out in your own life? Do you have a personal story to share that would shine a light on this data?

    We will use your reflections to help inform the list of strengths and challenges we want to address in the neighborhood plan. 

  • NE Data Walk - Access & Safety

    about 2 years ago
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    In this section of our Data Walk we look at data related to how easy and enjoyable it is to get around your neighborhood and how safe you feel. 

    After watching the video, consider the following questions and write your responses below:

    • What does this data say to you about the strengths and/or challenges facing your neighborhood?
    • How do you see this data playing out in your own life? Do you have a personal story to share that would shine a light on this data?

    We will use your reflections to help inform the list of strengths and challenges we want to address in the neighborhood plan. 

    Don't forget to check out the other sections of our Virtual Data Walk - Neighborhood OverviewCommunity ConnectionsEnvironment & Sustainability, and Diversity.

  • NE Data Walk - Community Connections

    about 2 years ago
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    In this section of the Data Walk we look at data related to how you connect with your neighbors. Where are parks, shops, community centers, and other places for you to meet and gather with other people. 

    After watching the video, consider the following questions and write your responses below:

    • What does this data say to you about the strengths and/or challenges facing your neighborhood?
    • How do you see this data playing out in your own life? Do you have a personal story to share that would shine a light on this data?

    We will use your reflections to help inform the list of strengths and challenges we want to address in the neighborhood plan.

    Don't forget to check out the other sections of our Virtual Data Walk - Neighborhood OverviewAccess & SafetyEnvironment & Sustainability, and Diversity.

  • NE Data Walk - Environment & Sustainability

    about 2 years ago
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    In this section of the Data Walk we look at information related to access to nature, trees, and carbon emissions. 


    After watching the video, consider the following questions and write your responses below:

    • What does this data say to you about the strengths and/or challenges facing your neighborhood?
    • How do you see this data playing out in your own life? Do you have a personal story to share that would shine a light on this data?

    We will use your reflections to help inform the list of strengths and challenges we want to address in the neighborhood plan. 

    Don't forget to check out the other sections of our Virtual Data Walk - Neighborhood OverviewAccess & SafetyCommunity Connections, and Diversity.

  • NE Data Walk - Diversity

    about 2 years ago
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    In this section we share data related to the people living in your neighborhood area, types of housing and the ability of people to live in the neighborhood throughout their life. 

    After watching the video, consider the following questions and write your responses below:

    • What does this data say to you about the strengths and/or challenges facing your neighborhood?
    • How do you see this data playing out in your own life? Do you have a personal story to share that would shine a light on this data?

    We will use your reflections to help inform the list of strengths and challenges we want to address in the neighborhood plan. 

    Don't forget to check out the other sections of our Virtual Data Walk - Neighborhood OverviewAccess & Safety, Environment & Sustainability, and Community Connections.