Village Board of Trustees approved on February 23, 2011 the re-creation of the Building Space Needs Committee. The committee was charged with conducting an independent review of the Village's main facilities.
included the identification of any deficiencies (i.e. space, safety,
accessibility). Additionally, if deficiencies existed, identify and
prioritize possible solutions to resolve the identified deficiencies.
The Committee's effort in 2012 followed those by previous committees in
1998 and 2004.
The final reports from the three most recent Building Space Needs Committees can be found at the Village's website.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The meeting will take place:
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 4pm to 6pm
Globe University (2620 Development Drive)
Project improvements include the concrete roadway reconstruction of CTH GV, a new roundabout at the new Costco Development entrance; traffic signal, lighting and landscaping improvements. Improvements will be made to add pedestrian and bicycle accommodations along the construction area. Construction is currently scheduled for April – November 2013. The Village will concurrently be constructing utility and road improvements within the area as well.
It is currently planned to reconstruct half of the road at a time and maintain one lane of traffic in each direction. Some temporary detours are possible. More information will be forthcoming as the design is finalized.
If you have any questions or concerns that may assist in the development of this project, community stakeholders and interested citizens are encouraged to attend this meeting.
The project is managed by Brown County Public Works. The County contact person will be Paul Fontecchio, Engineering Manager. The Village contact person will be Bill Balke, Public Works Director.
More information on this project can be found at: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/gv
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The master plan includes a natural playground that consists of a log balancing area, sand play pit, wading pond, willow tunnel, labyrinth, post maze, bee and butterfly gardens, youth archery range and new hiking trails and council ring. Proposed improvements are shown on the following conceptual plan.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The cost of the event will be $5.00 for Adults or $3.00 For children under 10.
Event will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Despite it being only the end of February, the Bellevue Leisure Services Department is busy taking early registrations for its award winning summer camp program. So busy in fact, that nearly 80% of all spots are filled for the summer.
Bellevue Leisure Services has wide variety of summer camp themes to choose from. You can see the list of summer camps at the camp's web page, http://www.villageofbellevue.org/camp. Early bird registration for the camps is underway and spots are quickly filling.
A complete listing of camps, including descriptions, dates, times and costs, is also available at the Village Offices, which is located at 2828 Allouez Avenue. You can also call (920) 468-5225 for more information.
The reconstructed roadway will include a 150-foot right-of-way, 20-foot medians, wide outside lanes and an 10' wide side-path along the west side of the roadway. The project will also include swales that will help in storm water runoff, street trees and street & trail lighting. A round-a-about will be constructed at a new intersection for the Costco Wholesale development just north of the Taco Bell and McDonalds restaurants.
The following video provides a summary of the project. For more information, go to: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/gv
The video can be viewed below:
Monday, February 18, 2013
Both meetings take place on Tuesday, February 19th at the US 41 Brown County Project Office, 1940 W Mason Street, Green Bay. The business only meeting is scheduled for 7:30-9am, with a brief presentation at 7:45. The public information meeting is scheduled from 4:30-6:00 pm with a brief presentation at 4:45 pm. Both meetings are being held in an open-house format.
If you should have any questions about the meeting or the project, please feel free to contact Brian Roper at email@example.com 920-492-2255. Please visit the US 41 Project website, www.us41wisconsin.gov for more details on upcoming construction activities and traffic impacts.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The report annually highlights key program and facility participation measures, sponsorship history, department awards and highlights several key projects from 2012.
To download a copy of the report, go to the Village's website at: http://villageofbellevue.org/departments/public-services/leisure-services.html
Sunday, February 10, 2013
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Vote for not more than TWO)
For more information on elections, please contact the Village Clerk at (920) 468-5225 or go to: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/departments/administration-finance/voter-registration-a-election-information.html
Per Municipal Code 8.24, the Village of Bellevue is responsible for the planting and maintenance of all street trees in the municipality. The Village has adopted a ten year urban forestry management program to maintain public trees; including regular assessment of their health, safety, & condition, pruning, removal/replanting.
Scheduled tree pruning is planned for the following areas in 2013:
- East of Manitowoc Road / East of Ontario Road / West of Huron Rd (Streets: Bottineau Ct, Warm Springs Ct, Red Lodge Ct, Warm Springs Dr, Eagan Ln, Barley Cir, Wheat Way, Sagebrush, Evening Star, Crystal Springs, Willow Rd, Spica Ln, Eclipse, Antares Ter, Ontario Rd, Altair St, Emory, & Crab Apple Ln)
Common reasons for pruning are to remove dead, dying or diseased branches and/or to remove crowded or rubbing limbs. Trees may be pruned to increase light and air penetration to the inside of the tree’s crown or to the landscape below. Lastly, a tree’s crown may be raised to allow cars, school buses, garbage trucks and snow plows to operate without contacting low hanging branches; causing significant damage to the vehicle and/or tree.
The Village’s public tree population consists of more than 3,500 trees, and more than 30 different species that range in age, size and condition. The Village has been annually awarded Tree City USA status from the Arbor Day Foundation since 2003.
If you have questions contact:
Joel Gregozeski, Director of Public Services
(920) 468-5225 firstname.lastname@example.org
or go online at:
Reservations are accepted on a first come-first serve basis at the Village offices, 2828 Allouez Avenue, Monday through Friday 7:30am –4:30pm.
The following is the 2013 fee schedule:
Enclosed Shelters (Josten & DeBroux parks)
$85R / $107/NR per day
$25 for diamond lights only
Open Shelters (Josten North or South & Willow Creek parks)
$60R / $75/NR per day
Important Rental Information:
Any private citizen (resident or non-resident), non-profit group, private business or corporation, or governmental organization may request a reservation for the use of Village park shelters or the Community Center.
The Village will accept shelter reservation requests for the period of May 1st through September 30th. Village park shelters may not be reserved between October 1st and April 30th.
Enclosed shelters and concession stands are not available to renters during the summer months Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm. All other days, rental hours are 8:00 am - 10:00 pm.
For more information on the shelters, including pictures and rental contract forms, go to: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/departments/public-services/leisure-services/parks-a-facilities/park-shelters.html
Monday, February 4, 2013
Don't let your neighborhood hydrant remain "undercover". We are asking that you help us by keeping the fire hydrant closest to your residence or business clear of snow. Snow should be removed about three-feet (3') away from the hydrant in all directions and a pathway cleared between the hydrant and the nearest roadway. Exercise caution when shoveling because of the potential for vehicle traffic nearby. Do not stand in the street and be careful not to slip and fall out into the roadway.
The Village is reminding residents to place their garbage and recycling carts in the driveway apron, or shovel an area behind the curb to place the carts.
Public Works plow operators have noticed a number of carts that were placed in the roadway while snow plowing. Having the carts in the road is a hazard to the plow operator and the motoring public by requiring the plow to weave in and out of traffic to avoid the carts. Carts in the road after a snow fall also require additional time and money for cleanup.
If you are out walking and see the bins in the roadway before or during a snowfall, please consider helping our snow plow operators by moving them to the driveway. By keeping the carts out of the street, you will do your part to help increase safety and reduce snow removal costs.
This will be the fourth time in Freeze Fest's history that all outdoor events had to be canceled due to poor conditions. The last time Freeze Fest was canceled was 2012 due to lack of snow.
For more information on other Leisure Services programs and events, please visit the Village of Bellevue's website at: http://www.VillageofBellevue.org.