This Thursday, Bellevue Leadership Discusses the State of the City
Safe to say, 2020 is a very different year for Downtown Bellevue - and the world. From a global pandemic to social unrest, our daily lives, how we do business and how we connect with each other have changed. To keep you updated, Bellevue’s Mayor and Deputy Mayor will discuss what they’re doing to strengthen our city and plan for the future at this Thursday’s State of the City livestream.
This virtual event will feature a dynamic discussion between Mayor Lynne Robinson, Deputy Mayor Jared Nieuwenhuis and BDA president Patrick Bannon on current issues and the strategies being used to address them. You’ll hear how COVID-19 has impacted City operations, get insight on social unrest and justice issues, plus a look at what’s being done to plan for Bellevue’s future.
Tuning in is easy and free – simply watch the event live on our website (or on Facebook or Vimeo) at 8:00am this Thursday, July 30. Don’t want to miss it? Add the event to your calendar now, and make sure you’re signed up for our event emails.
Whether you’re a Downtown resident, worker, or visitor, watch the event and get up-to-speed on everything being done to keep the Heart of Bellevue moving forward for the better.
This blog is part of the Heart of Bellevue: our campaign to showcase local businesses while connecting you with stories of activity, creativity and recovery. Find out about our campaign and explore more of what’s happening around Downtown.