Your City Budget Priorities

Often we don’t notice the city services we receive, because they are so seamlessly delivered. If you turn on the faucet, high-quality water is readily available. Medical emergency? The best-trained medics in the world show up in four minutes. Permits for building projects are easily accessed online. City parks and streets are well-maintained. A strong police department keeps the crime rate here low for a city this size.

Curious about how the city budgets for all these services? Want to share YOUR city budget priorities?

Please share your ideas and complete the short survey. Then plan on joining us for the Neighborhood Leadership Gathering - City Budgeting Through a Neighborhood Lens on February 25, 2020 at City Hall (7-8:30 pm).

Often we don’t notice the city services we receive, because they are so seamlessly delivered. If you turn on the faucet, high-quality water is readily available. Medical emergency? The best-trained medics in the world show up in four minutes. Permits for building projects are easily accessed online. City parks and streets are well-maintained. A strong police department keeps the crime rate here low for a city this size.

Curious about how the city budgets for all these services? Want to share YOUR city budget priorities?

Please share your ideas and complete the short survey. Then plan on joining us for the Neighborhood Leadership Gathering - City Budgeting Through a Neighborhood Lens on February 25, 2020 at City Hall (7-8:30 pm).

  • The budget describes how the city intends to finance its services and infrastructure. The city government is responsible for building and repairing streets and providing police and fire protection, as well as maintaining parks, open space and recreational centers, which help contribute to the high quality of life that Bellevue residents enjoy.

    Please take a few moments to share the top priorities that you want to address in your neighborhood and citywide.   

    Survey closes on February 21, 2020


    The budget describes how the city intends to finance its services and infrastructure. The city government is responsible for building and repairing streets and providing police and fire protection, as well as maintaining parks, open space and recreational centers, which help contribute to the high quality of life that Bellevue residents enjoy.

    Please take a few moments to share the top priorities that you want to address in your neighborhood and citywide.   

    Survey closes on February 21, 2020


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