Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Final Registration for Bellevue Citizen's Academy Starting March 9


Final request for participants in the FREE Village of Bellevue Citizens Academy. Participants will attend one evening per night over a period of six weeks. Sessions will last approximately an hour and a half. Village staff will facilitate the sessions and provide in depth information on Village operations and your local government. The Village understands this is a time commitment and if there is a reason for missing one or two sessions we are happy to still accept you as a student.

Class Dates: Thursday, March 9; Thursday, March 16; Thursday, March 30; Thursday, April 6; Thursday, April 13; Thursday, April 20; and Wednesday, April 26 graduation at the Village Board Meeting

All classes start at 6:00 p.m.  Graduation night will be held at 5:30 p.m.  Classes are held at the Village Hall/Public Safety Building at 3100 Eaton Road and one class will be held at the Village Public Works Building at 2828 Allouez Ave.

Village residency is required and registration is completed on-line through the Village Online Recreation Registration program or in-person at the Village Office (2828 Allouez Ave.). Any questions can be directed to Village Administrator, Angela Gorall. Join us, get involved, and learn about your local government.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Spring Primary Election: February 21

The Spring Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, February 21

Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Village polling locations.  For more information, please contact the Village Clerk at 468-5225 or visit My Vote Wisconsin.

Laura Mossakowski Named Bellevue Citizen of the Year by BBPA

The Bellevue Business and Professional Association (BBPA) awarded its 2016 Citizen of the Year Award to Laura Mossakowski for her dedication to community involvement and her contributions to the development of the soon to be opened dog park in Bellevue. Pictured are Steve Mastalir presenting the award to Laura, along with her husband Pete.


This is the 30th year of BBPA presenting this award. BBPA was started in 1972. Initially it was an avenue for local business owners to gather, get to know one another, share concerns and keep up-to-date with new developments in the area.

Today it is their goal to keep the Village of Bellevue strong by encouraging members and the local community to use the services offered by BBPA members. By doing so, they help strengthen the profitability of members, the community and make Bellevue an attractive area for new business.  BBPA is also responsible for the new publication Bellevue Beat.

Friday, February 10, 2017

2017 Brown County Homebuilders Spring Showcase of Homes

The 2017 Brown County Homebuilders Spring Showcase of Homes will be held March 4th & 5th and March 9th through the 12th. Two of this years entries are located in the Village of Bellevue within the Bedford Heights Subdivision.



  • House 41 - Meacham Development, Inc. 2768 Creekwood Circle, Bellevue, 54311
  • House 42 - Gmack Development, Inc. 2830 Creekwood Circle, Bellevue, 54311


  • For more information on tickets and the event, please visit the following website:


    Family Sledding Night, Friday, February 17--CANCELLED


    Sadly, due to the warm weather we are having, there is no snow remaining on the Josten Park Sledding hill and we have cancelled the Family Sledding Night scheduled for this Friday, February 17th.  We hope to have more conducive weather next year and will plan to hold this event again in 2018.  Thank you.