The city should implement a collaboration of properties/businesses/developers to provide public parking for the Downtown Park/Old Bellevue, in the area of East Link/City Hall and in the southeast quadrant of Downtown. Retail suffers from lack of and abuse of proprietary parking. Adjacent neighborhoods suffer from spillover parking. One should not have to move their car to patronize several destinations within a short ...more »
Partnerships and Collaboration
We are forming our future together. The places that we cherish and the community that we enjoy - all are formed through shared work and investment, marked by a spirit of innovation and collaboration. From the groundbreaking of Bellevue's Youth Theater to the visioning for the livability of Bellevue's Downtown - we are working together to build up our city into what we want it to become. New partnerships and community collaboration provide new sources of creativity, wisdom, vitality and vision for the health and growth of our city. We are better together.
What is your BEST IDEA to stimulate greater partnerships and collaboration throughout Bellevue?
Attract via code incentives, planning, collaboration, and partnership, a university that will develop a major portion of the southeast quadrant of downtown to include high rise housing, classrooms, labs, etc. in addition to other tenants, retail and open space, resulting in a true liberal arts/cultural environment often identified with college town life. Primary and secondary education as well as music, art and theatre ...more »
The City should be or create conduits between diverse populations, for the betterment of all. For example, connect senior citizens with elementary schools. The schools need volunteers, the sr. citizens need outlets for creativity and energy. Win-win!
If there was an annex of the King County Superior Court in Bellevue, at least for some trials, then one would not have to go into Seattle for jury duty.
People like to move freely about their neighborhood, meeting friends, visiting neighbors, & stores. Hedges & fences often prevent this. I don't want to get into a car just to go 1000 feet. We should walk more! There should be gates in long fences & cooperation between large complexes. I feel pedestrian access reduces crime not increase it.