Directions & Parking
The Bellevue Downtown Park is located one block south of Bellevue Square on the corner of NE 4th Street and Bellevue Way in downtown Bellevue. Visitors are encouraged to walk, bike, bus or carpool to the event. Carpools on I-405 can make use of the HOV access ramps at Northeast 6th Street.
Plan ahead! There will be street closures during this event:
- Westbound Northeast 1st Street will be closed between 100th and 102nd Avenue Northeast from 1 pm to midnight.
- Before the event, starting about 9:30 pm, streets closed to vehicle traffic will include: Northeast 4th Street, 100th Avenue Northeast to Bellevue Way Northeast; Northeast 1st Street, 100th to 103rd Avenue Northeast; and 100th Avenue Northeast, Northeast 1st to Northeast 5th Street.
- After the fireworks, restrictions will include: right turns prohibited from northbound 100th Avenue Northeast to Northeast 8th Street, and from eastbound Northeast 10th Street to all side streets between 100th Avenue Northeast and Interstate 405; access to I-405 from Northeast 10th Street will be via southbound 116th Avenue Northeast, then westbound Northeast 8th Street.
- After the event, left turns will be prohibited from southbound Bellevue Way to eastbound Northeast 4th Street; drivers headed to I-90 or I-405 may continue south on Bellevue Way.
Transit service to the Bellevue Transit Center (at Northeast 6th Street and 108th Avenue Northeast) from Seattle and many surrounding areas woll be available, but running on holiday schedule. Comprehensive information about travel options can be found at ChooseYourWayBellevue.org.
Complimentary event parking is generously provided courtesy of The Bellevue Collection and offered after 6 pm at Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square North, Lincoln Square South, and Bellevue Place. Disabled parking is located in the Red Lot off 100th Avenue Northeast. For an efficient post-event exit, park at the Bellevue Place garage and exit via Northeast 10thStreet.
Rules & Regulations
For a complete list of rules & regulations, please see this announcement from the City of Bellevue.