Great Neighborhoods - NE Bellevue

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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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Do you have questions about Great Neighborhoods or the neighborhood area planning process? We're sure you do! Well here's the place to get answers. Submit your questions here and staff will review and post answers.

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    I would like to see the statistics on commuting from Northeast Bellevue to Redmond, Microsoft specifically. We have seen several charts which refer to peoples' commutes within and outside the city of Bellevue from the Northeast neighborhood. However, when studying commutes from Northeast Bellevue, it is important to know how many "out of town" commutes are to the Microsoft campus. In planning for future transportation options, it is important to know whether emphasis should be placed on biking and walking for a short commute, or driving and transit and parking, etc. for a longer commute. Thanks

    Jerry T asked almost 2 years ago

    Thanks so much for your question, Jerry. Based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s OnTheMap application, shown in the screen shot below, nearly 18 percent or just over a 1,000 Northeast Bellevue residents commute to jobs in Census tract 228.03, just west of Northeast Bellevue where Microsoft’s main campus is located, indicating that investments in walking and biking facilities could have a big impact on commuting patterns. Almost another 1,000 Northeast Bellevue residents commute to jobs in BelRed, Wilburton and Downtown Bellevue, indicating that improvements to public transportation could also have a big impact on commuting patterns.

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