The Village of Bellevue is beginning the process of updating its Strategic Plan for the years 2020-2024. A strategic plan is a set of vision statements with supporting goals and objectives which guide the Village Board and staff with policy decisions and actions.
For this update, the Village is looking to gather as much public input as possible to help establish these guiding vision statements. In order to accomplish this, one community engagement session will be held each week of October where members of the public will participate and provide their input for where they want to Bellevue be in 5, 10, and 20 years and beyond. The more public participation, the more accurate and robust the strategic plan becomes, so please encourage your friends and family to participate when available.
Additional information will be provided as we near the month of October, including specific times and dates of the community engagement sessions. Alternative methods of providing input will also be available on the Village's website soon (e.g. survey). Any questions may be directed to Jared Heyn, Assistant to the Administrator, at (920) 593-5509 or by email, by clicking here.
We look forward to hearing from you in October!
Monday, September 9, 2019
The Village of Bellevue board meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month (except November and December) at 6:30 pm at 3100 Eaton Road. Items up for discussion during the Wednesday, September 11 meeting:
- Public hearings:
- Request for a planned development district to allow for a truck storage facility at the southwest corner of Kewaunee Road and Cottage Road.
- Request for a conditional use permit to allow intensive business use within a light industrial district located at 1700 Industrial Drive.
- Request for approval of a final planned development district to create "The Club at Spring Lake" consisting of 10 zero lot line, 2-unit homes on a private road located on Klondike Road, east of Garden Grove Lane.
- Public Comment:
- Public comments must be limited to items NOT on the agenda, are limited to five minutes, commentators must state their name and address for the record. The Board's role is to listen and not discuss/debate comments nor take actions on the comments at the meeting (this is because doing so would be in violation of Wisconsin's Open Meetings Law).
- Shaha Cold Storage razing and cold storage space rental
- South Huron Road and Willow Road Utility Assessment (update only, no action)
- Award contract for South Huron Road and Willow Road Utility Project)
- Final subdivision plat for Piccadilly Acres, 3rd addition on Bufflehead Lane near Gadwall Lane
- Preliminary subdivision plat for The Club at Spring Lake
- DNR urban forestry grant application
- Vehicle Operations & Maintenance Fund
The 2nd Bellevue Community Forum is tonight at 6 PM at 3100 Eaton Road (Fire Station).
Tonight's discussion is on the use of neighborhood apps and the form and frequency of fraud our community is facing.
Representatives of the Bellevue Citizens Advisory Committee and the Village of Bellevue Police Department will be leading the discussions.
The Village issued 74 building permits for the month of August for a total permitted value of $6,628,933. This amount added to the yearly total brings the number of permits issued for 2019 to 386 for a total permitted value of $16,332,482. That compares to 369 permits issued for a value of $21,005,990 for this same time period in 2018.
The Village issued 11 new single-family permits for the month bringing the number of single-family permits issued to 33 for the year so far. That compares to 32 for the same time period in 2018.