The board approved $35,000 in federal relief funds for the creation of a grant program to assist Steffens Court businesses with upwards $5,000 per business.
The Bellevue Parks, Recreation and Forestry department had a steady year, despite barriers and bumps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As next steps, Crystal Lake Apartments is proposing the expansion of its 238-unit complex onto roughly 25 acres split across two parcels.
There is a contested race for village president April 6 with the incumbent, Steve Soukup, being challenged by Jackie Krull.
Bellevue residents expressed concerns over how hybrid assessments are determined for upcoming construction on Manitowoc Road at the Feb. 24 board meeting.
In November, Pieter deHart and his family moved a couple of miles south, and the only thing they didn’t bring with them was high-speed broadband.
BELLEVUE – As a part of the village’s capital improvement plan, Guns Street is headed for major reconstruction later this year.
The Bellevue village board held a public hearing to discuss a request for a preliminary planned development district (PDD) for a multi-family complex.
The Green Bay Metro Fire Department recently added Bellevue to its area of service. The merger will save Bellevue about $4 million in building costs.
The Bellevue village board held a public hearing at its Oct. 28 meeting to consider a planned development district (PDD) on behalf of Lexington Homes Inc.