Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Holiday Garbage/Recycling Collection

Garbage and recycling collection will occur on its normally scheduled day over the holidays.

There will be no collection delays due to holidays by our provider Harter's.  Please plan to place garbage and recycling bins for collection on your normal collection day.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Happy New Year from the Village of Bellevue


Safety Tips from your Building Inspectors

What is the most important thing to remember when installing a smoke alarm or carbon monoxide alarm? Location, Location, Location!

Smoke Alarm Safety
  • Install at least one smoke alarm in every bedroom, outside of each sleeping room area and on each level of a multi-level building.
  • Test each smoke alarm regularly.
  • Keep batteries fresh by replacing them at least annually.
  • Check the manufacturer date on your smoke alarm. Consider replacement if it is over ten years old.
Smoke alarms can't help you unless they are functional and you can hear them. Building safety codes require smoke alarms. Contact our building inspectors or Fire Department for more information.

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm Safety
  • Consider installing a CO alarm in the hallway outside of each sleeping room area.
  • Test each CO alarm regularly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Permanently wired or plug-in CO alarms should have a battery backup. Keep batteries fresh by replacing them at least annually.
CO alarms can't help you unless they are functional and you can hear them. Building safety codes require CO alarms in all dwelling units that contain a fuel fired appliance and dwelling units that have an attached garage. Contact our building inspectors or Fire Department for more information.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Lithium Ion Battery Safety: How to Ensure Safe Use of All Your Electronic Devices

With the holiday season comes a lot of new electronic, battery-powered toys and other devices. Lithium ion batteries supply power to many kinds of devices, including: smart phones, laptops, scooters, toys, and even some cars. In rare cases, these batteries can explode and or cause a fire if misused or are defective. Below are some helpful tips from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) on how to safely handle lithium ion batteries and what to do in case of an emergency.

The Problem
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  • These batteries store a large amount of energy in a small amount of space.
  • Sometimes, batteries are not used correctly: Batteries not designed for a specific use can be dangerous.
  • Like any product, a small number of these batteries are defective. They can overheat, catch fire, or explode.

Safety Tips
  • Purchase and use devices that are listed by a qualified testing laboratory.
  • Always follow the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Only use the battery that is designed for the device.
  • Put batteries in the device the correct way.
  • Only use the charging cord that came with the device.
  • Do not charge a device under your pillow, on your bed, or on a couch. Doing so presents and unnecessary fire risk.
  • Keep batteries at room temperature.
  • Do not place batteries in direct sunlight or keep them in hot vehicles.
  • Store batteries away from anything that can catch fire.

Signs of a Problem
  • Stop using the battery is you notice any of the following problems:
    • Odor
    • Change in color
    • Too much heat
    • Change in shape
    • Leaking
    • Odd noises
  • If it is safe to do so, move the device away from anything that can catch fire and call 9-1-1.

Battery Disposal
  • Do not put lithium ion batteries in the trash: Recycling is always the best option.
  • Take them to a battery recycling location or contact your community for disposal instructions.
  • Do not put discarded batteries in piles.
  • Lithium ion batteries should be placed in a sealed metal container.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Ski Brule--Join the Village of Bellevue on Our Annual Ski/Snowboard Trip

Join the Village of Bellevue on Saturday, January 28, 2017 our the annual Ski Brule Trip.
Pick-up/Drop-Off Location: Bellevue Community Center (1811 Allouez Ave.)
Departure Time: 6:30am
Return Time: 7:45pm
Fee: $37 Bus Only:  Adults with lift ticket and their own equipment and Children under 9 (Children 9 and under receive free lift ticket)
$46 Bus & Rental Only:  Children 9 and Under Only--Children 9 and under receive free lift ticket
$61 Bus & Lift Ticket Only
$71 Bus, Lift Ticket, & Rental  (rental is skis, snowboards or snowskates)

Seats are limited, so register early to insure your spot on this trip.  The deadline to register is Wednesday, January 11
 For more information please visit our webpage or stop in to the Village Offices to fill out a registration form.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Candle Safety: Tips to Enjoy a Festive and Safe Holiday

Candles may be pretty to look at, but they are a risk for home fires and fatalities. Always remember, a candle is an open flame, which means that it can easily ignite anything that can burn. Read on to learn about how you can enjoy a festive and safe holiday by practicing basic candle safety.

"Candle with Care"

  • Blow out all candles when you leave the room or go to bed. Avoid the use of candles in the bedroom and other areas where people may fall asleep.
  • Keep candles at least 12 inches away from anything that can burn.

If You Do Burn Candles, Make Sure that You...
  • Use candle holders that are sturdy and won't tip over easily.
  • Put candle holders on a sturdy, uncluttered surface.
  • Light candles carefully. Keep your hair and any loose clothing away from the flame.
  • Don't burn a candle all the way down - put it out before it gets too close to the holder or container.
  • Never use a candle if oxygen is used in the home.
  • Have flashlights and battery-powered lighting ready to use during a power outage. Never use candles.

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Other Tips and Facts about Candle Burning and Safety
  • Think about using flame-less candles in your home. They look and smell like real candles.
  • Never leave a child alone in a room with a burning candle. Keep matches and lighters up high and out of children's reach, in a locked cabinet.
  • December is the peak time of year for home candle fires.
  • Roughly one-third of home candle fires started in the bedroom.
  • More than half of all candle fires start when things that can burn are too close to the candle.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Bellevue Fire Department Thanks Walmart for Education Grant

The Bellevue Fire Department would like to thank Walmart for its generosity in awarding a $1,000 grant to the Fire Department. Walmart awarded the grant to the Bellevue Fire Department as a part of its community grant program. These funds will be used by the Fire Department to purchase fire safety and prevention education materials for children attending Bellevue's schools. The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department would like to thank Walmart for the generous support in the Department's efforts to educate children about fire prevention and safety.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Village Website Upgrade - Releasing Soon

The Village is getting closer to going live with our newly upgraded and redesigned website before the end of 2016. We continue to progress on making our new site more focused on the user and with easily accessible information on everything you need to know about Bellevue. We know our website is critical to our current customers, visitors and businesses and that it is also very important to our prospective residents or businesses. We also ask for patience after launch as we work to continue improving and address any minor issues.

After we go live, we welcome suggestions and ideas on how to keep improving our site and making it work better for you. Please contact our staff project manager Tim Hennig, GIS/IT Manager, at 468-5225 or at The Village has contracted with CivicLive for implementation of this project.

Help Bellevue "Fill the Cruiser" on Friday, December 23

Help the Brown County Sheriff's office "Fill the Cruiser" on Friday, December 23rd at the Bellevue Pick 'n Save on Lime Kiln Road from 8:00am-3:00pm. Officers will be present at Pick 'n Save and will transport all purchased bags of groceries to the community shelter that day. Pre-packaged bags can be purchased in advance at Pick 'n Save.

Friday, December 2, 2016

10 Tips for Getting Ahead of the Winter Freeze

It's not too early to begin preparing for the heating season. Below is a checklist from the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) for homeowners to ensure that they safely heat their home for the winter.
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  • Our furnace has been inspected and serviced by a qualified professional during the last 12 months. (A furnace should be serviced at least once a year.)Our fireplace screen is metal or heat-tempered glass, in good condition and secure in its position in front of the fireplace.
  • Our chimeys and vents have been cleaned and inspected by a qualified professional. I have checked for creosote build-up. (An unclean chimney from built-up creosote  is the leading cause of chimney fires. This service needs to be done at least once a year).
  • Our wood for our fireplace or wood stove is dry, seasoned wood.
  • We have a covered metal container ready to use to dispose cooled ashes. (The ash container should be kept at least 10 feet from the home and any nearby buildings.)
  • Our children know to stay at least 3 feet away from the fireplace, wood/pellet stove, oil stove or other space heaters.
  • Our portable space heaters will be plugged directly into an outlet (not an extension cord) and placed at least 3 feet from anything that can burn; like bedding, paper, walls, and even people.
  • We have tested our smoke alarms and made sure they are working. (You need smoke alarms on every level of the home, inside each sleeping room, and outside each sleeping area. For the best protection, the smoke alarms should be interconnected so when one sounds, they all sound.)
  • We have tested our carbon monoxide alarms and made sure they are working. (Carbon monoxide alarms should be located outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home.)

Winter Seasonal Trailer Parking

As the calendar has turned to December, please note that all summer seasonal uses shall now be removed from the driveway or side parking pads of all homes until April 1st.  A summer seasonal use is defined as a trailer used to transport items typically utilized during the summer season such as boats, personal watercraft, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), travel trailers, pop-up campers and other similar uses not identified here within as determined by the Community Development Director or his/her designee.

Please note, administrative staff does not have the authority to grant extensions for any circumstances.

Winter seasonal use trailer parking regulations are now in effect. This means that you can now park winter seasonal use trailer and equipment on trailers in your driveway or side parking pads of all homes until May 1st.  A winter seasonal use is defined as a trailer used to transport items typically utilized during the winter season such as snowmobiles, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), and other uses not identified here within as determined by the Community Development Director or his/her designee. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Community Development Department.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Bellevue 2017 Spring Election

Beginning December 1, 2016 nomination papers may be circulated for the following Village Offices:
  • Village Trustee (2 year term) - Incumbent David Kaster
  • Village Trustee (2 year term) - Incumbent Adam Gauthier
Nomination papers may be obtained at the municipal clerk's office. Completed nomination papers must be filed by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 with the Bellevue Village Clerk.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Winter Garbage & Recycling Bin Placement

 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.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Christmas Tree Safety

As you deck the halls this holiday season, be fire smart. A small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow large very quickly. Although uncommon, Christmas tree fires much more likely than other in-home fires to become serious. See what steps you can take to ensure that you and your family have a safe and enjoyable holiday season.

Picking the Tree

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  • Choose a tree with fresh, green needles that do not fall off when touched.

Placing the Tree
  • Before placing the tree in the stand, cut 2" from the base of the trunk.
  • Make sure the tree is at least 3 feet away from any heat source, like fireplaces, radiators, candles, heat cents or lights.
  • Make sure the tree is not blocking an exit.
  • Add water to the tree stand. Be sure to add water daily.

Lighting the Tree

DID YOU KNOW: Nearly one third of home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems?
  • Use lights that are listed by a qualified testing laboratory. Some lights are only for indoor or outdoor use.
  • Replace any string of lights with worn or broken cords or loose bulb connections. Read manufacturer's instructions for number of light strands to connect.
  • Never use lit candles to decorate a tree.
  • Always turn off Christmas tree lights before leaving home or going to bed.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Holiday Garbage and Recycling Pick Up Changes

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, garbage and recycling pick up with be delayed on day (Thursday will be picked up on Friday, and Friday's routes on Saturday).  Thank you for your cooperation.

East River Trail Boardwalk Construction Completed

Last week, work on the East River Trail boardwalk replacement project completed.  While there still is a small area of asphalt work that will be completed in the spring, the trail is open and the boardwalk is ready for you to use.  The DNR has also been completing phragmite removal work along the East River Trail and the views are phenomenal.  Below are some pictures of the completed work.  Please check out our Facebook page for additional pictures, or better yet, we encourage you to take some time to walk the trail to see the improvements for yourself.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Winter Holiday Safety

Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. But that also means a greater risk for fire. Following a few simple tips will ensure a happy and fire-safe holiday season.

Holiday Decorating

  • Be careful with holiday decorations. Choose decorations that are flame resistant or flame retardant.
  • Keep lit candles away from decorations and other things that can burn.
  • Some lights are only for indoor or outdoor use, but not both.
  • Replace any string of lights with worn or broken cords or loose bulb connections. Read manufacturer's instructions for number of light stands to connect.
  • Use clips, not nails, to hang lights so the cords do not get damaged.
  • Keep decorations away from windows and doors.

Holiday Entertaining
  • Test your smoke alarms and tell guests about your home fire escape plan.
  • Keep children and pets away from lit candles.
  • Keep matches and lighters up high in a locked cabinet.
  • Stay in the kitchen when cooking on the stovetop.
  • Ask smokers to smoke outside. Remind smokers to keep their smoking materials with them so young children do not touch them.
  • Provide large, deep ashtrays for smokers. Wet cigarette butts with water before discarding.

Before Heading Out or to Bed
  • Blow out lit candles when you leave the room or go to bed.
  • Turn off all light strings and decorations before leaving home or going to bed.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving

From all of us here at the Village of Bellevue, we would like to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving holiday.  As a reminder, there will be no Village Board meeting held on the 23rd of November due to the holiday and Village Offices will be closed on the 24th and 25th.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Fire Department Awarded DNR Grant for Wildland Firefighting

On September 30th the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources awarded the Bellevue Fire Department a 50% grant in the amount of $4,600 ($9,201 total project cost). This grant will allow for the department to purchase 54 sets of wildland firefighting coveralls, 50 pairs of wildland firefighting gloves, and a hand held drip torch. This will provide each member of the fire department with their own set of wildland fire coveralls and wildland fire gloves.

Fighting wildland fires (grass and forest fires) in traditional structural firefighting gear reduces mobility, increases exhaustion rates, and increases the risk of injury and cardiac events in those fighting the fires. The coveralls and gloves will not only improve the effectiveness of the responding firefighters but it will also increase safety on the fire scene by reducing the risk of injury and cardiac events (the leading cause of line of duty deaths for firefighters).

Handheld drip torches use a gasoline/diesel fuel mix and can be used to fight fire by quite literally fighting fire with fire. This technique is called “backfiring”. Firefighters pick a spot where they can safely get ahead of where the fire is going and ignite the materials ahead of the fire. The fire that the firefighters ignited will burn back towards the main fire and the two will eventually meet up. Once the two fires meet up the fire is essentially put out as there is nothing left for the fire to burn. The hand held drip torch can also be used to purposely start fires for prescribed burning. Burning of prairies and natural grassy areas promotes the health of the prairie and enhances the wildlife in the area.

We would like to extend our thanks to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for awarding us this grant and allowing us to outfit our firefighters with the proper equipment for the job.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Ribbon Cutting

Fastest Labs located at 2625 Development Drive Suite 20, celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, November 10th with members of the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Bellevue Business and Professional Association, Village representatives, and the general public.  The business is located in the Kettle Creek Crossing development.

Fastest Labs based in San Antonio, TX  provides certified drug, alcohol, and DNA testing for both private and legal purposes.  Additional testing services  include steroid testing, background screening, employee testing, DOT drug and alcohol testing.  

This is the first location in Wisconsin.  Welcome to the community Nate Mann and Somer DeCleene!

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Village 2017 Budget Adopted

At its regular meeting and following a public hearing on November 9th, the Village Board adopted the 2017 Village of Bellevue Budget.

The Budget was adopted with no substantive changes from the Proposed 2017 Budget as was made available for review in late October.  Please visit the Village website on the Budget & CIP page for further information.

As adopted, the Village's tax rate will decrease slightly from the current rate of $2.78 per $1,000 of assessed value to $2.77. For a property assessed at $200,000, this equates to a payment of approximately $555 paid to the Village for property taxes.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Fire Department Awarded WPS Foundation Grant

On September 1st the Village of Bellevue Fire Department was awarded a grant in the amount of $2,000 from the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation. The money from this grant was used to purchase a new RAE® 5-gas meter (pictured).

This meter gives firefighters the ability to quickly, easily and accurately detect the presence of hazardous gases including, but not limited to; carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, oxygen concentrations, and explosive gases. In addition to these gases, the new 5-gas meter also has the ability to detect volatile organic vapors whereas the 4-gas meter did not. Some common sources of volatile organic compounds are paints, paint strippers and other solvents, wood preservatives, aerosol sprays, cleansers and disinfectants, moth repellents and air fresheners, stored fuels and automotive products, hobby supplies, dry-cleaned clothing, pesticides.

We would like to extend our thanks to the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation and their commitment to supporting local public safety agencies. Please visit their website to learn more about their foundation.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Cooking Safety: How to Prevent and Respond to Kitchen Fires

Did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries? By following a few simple safety tips, you can ensure that your family and you home remain protecting against a kitchen fire.

Cook with Caution

  • Stay in the kitchen while you are frying, grilling, or broiling food. Turn off the stove if you leave the kitchen even for a short period of time.
  • Check foods regularly that you are simmering, baking, roasting or broiling. Do not leave your home while cooking and set a timer to remind yourself if you are cooking anything.
  • Keep flammable kitchen items (oven mitts, wooden utensils, food packaging, etc.) away from your stove top.
  • Maintain a "kid free zone" of at least 3 feet around the stove and any other areas where hot foods or drinks are prepared or carried.
Extinguishing Kitchen Fires

For Grease Fires:

  • DO NOT attempt to use water on a grease fire. Doing so is very dangerous and may lead to the fire spreading.
  • If the fire is on the stove top, smother the flames with a lid, turn off the burner, and remove the pan from the burner.
    • Leave the pan until it is completely cooled.
  • If the fire is in the oven, turn off the heat and keep the door closed.

For Other Small Fires:

  • If you have an extinguisher in your kitchen, make sure to use it by aiming at the source of the flames, not the flames themselves.
  • If you are ever in doubt about your ability to extinguish a fire, get out of the room and house and close the door behind you to help contain the fire and dial 9-1-1 immediately.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Overnight Parking Reminder from Bellevue Sheriff's Deputies

Beginning this past November 1, please remember that there is no overnight parking on any Bellevue street from (2AM to 6AM) until April 1st, even if there is no snowfall.  Please pass the reminder on to family members and tenants.

In the event snowfall would occur overnight, this will allow Public Works staff to safely remove the snow and will prevent vehicles from getting plowed in, ticketed, or towed.  Thank you!

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

General Election: Tuesday, November 8

Polls will be open on Tuesday, November 8th at Village polling locations from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm.

If you need to look-up your polling location, please visit the MyVoteWisconsin website. Through the MyVoteWisconsin website you can search for your polling place by address, view hours, get directions, and see what will be on the ballot.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Reminder: New Recycling Materials Accepted

The Tri-County (Brown, Outagamie, and Winnebago Counties) Single Stream Recycling Facility has now expanded its processing capabilities to add new plastic materials. Since December 1, 2014, the following new items can be recycled:
  • Cartons (milk, juice, soup, wine, etc.)
  • Dairy Containers (yogurt, sour cream, margarine, cottage cheese, etc.)
  • Produce, bakery and deli containers (berry, donut, potatoes salad, etc.)
  • Lids from above containers
These items can be placed in the provided Harter’s recycling carts. Bags should not be used because they can severely damage the sorting equipment. Please remember to rinse containers. Please don’t forget the original recyclable items:
  • Newspapers, inserts, magazines, junk mail and catalogs
  • Cardboard and paperboard packaging
  • Office, writing, school paper and envelopes
  • Phonebooks, other soft and hard cover books
  • Paper bags, towel/toilet paper cores, paper egg cartons
  • Shredded paper in a paper bag, stapled shut
  • Glass food and beverage bottles and jars (all colors)
  • Aluminum, steel, tin, bi-metal bottles and cans (empty aerosol cans)
  • Plastic beverage and household bottles and jugs
Recycle More, Landfill Less, Happy Recycling!!  For further information on recycling, visit the Brown County recycling website.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Think Before You Flush

Fats, Oils, and Greases (FOG):
FOG are associated with preparing meals and are a primary cause for blockage in sanitary sewer systems.  

These blockages are incredibly expensive and inconvenient to fix, leaving people without water and sanitary services for an extended amount of time.   
Please help to limit the number of blockages experienced in your neighborhood by:

*Never pouring grease or food waste down the sink or flushing it down the toilet.

*Pouring leftover grease or cooking oil into a can and putting it into the trash.

Disposable baby diapers:
Diapers are also a nuisance to the sanitary sewer system.  Please dispose of them in appropriate waste receptacles and trash them instead of flushing them.  If you are away from home, try this

Click here to view a brochure about flushing do’s and dont's...

Also, refer to the Village of Bellevue’s Public Works Sections on Sanitary Sewer Utilities and Garbage, Recycling, and Yard Waste on the Village Website.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Fall Hydrant Flushing To Begin

The Village of Bellevue will begin flushing fire hydrants began the week of October 24, 2016.

Residents may notice their water is discolored while the flushing occurs. The water is safe to drink, however the discoloration may stain clothing.

If you notice work being done in your neighborhood, temporarily avoid using the water if you can. Residents are encouraged to run their faucets until the color is removed.

Questions regarding this process may be directed to the Public Works Department at (920) 468-5225 or by going to the Village's website at:

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Daylight Saving Time Ends: Check Smoke, Carbon Monoxide Alarm Batteries

Each year 3000 people die in residential fires across the country.  In nearly 90% of the cases the residences either did not have a smoke detector installed or the smoke detector was not working properly.

Why should I have a working smoke alarm?
A properly installed and maintained smoke alarm is the only thing in your home that can alert you and your family to a fire 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Whether you’re awake or asleep, a working smoke alarm is constantly on alert, scanning the air for fire and smoke.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, almost two-thirds of home fire deaths resulted from fires in properties without working smoke alarms.  A working smoke alarm significantly increases your chances of surviving a deadly home fire.

Are smoke alarms expensive?
Smoke alarms are not expensive and are worth the lives they can help save.  Ionization and photoelectric smoke alarms cost between $6 and $20.  Dual sensor smoke alarms cost between $24 and $40.

Install smoke alarms in key areas of your home.

Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, including the basement.  Many fatal fires begin late at night or early in the morning, so the U.S. Fire Administration recommends installing smoke alarms both inside and outside of sleeping areas.  Since smoke and many deadly gases rise, installing your smoke alarms and co detectors at the proper level will provide you the earliest warning possible.  Always follow the manufacturer’s installation instructions.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

November 8th Election Information Resources

Still have questions about voting in the upcoming November 8th General Election?  The MyVote Wisconsin site has resources to answer your questions including:
  • Information on your personal voting records
  • Help with finding your polling place
  • Viewing what's on the ballot before you vote
  • Information on voter registration and voting absentee
Need information specific to the voter photo ID law? Visit the Bring It To The Ballot site for more information.

Polls will be open on Tuesday, November 8th at Village polling locations from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Village Board to Host Public Hearing on Proposed 2017 Budget

A Public Hearing on the proposed 2017 Budget for the Village of Bellevue will be held on Wednesday, November 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Village Hall/Public Safety Building, 3100 Eaton Road.

As will be presented at the Public Hearing, the proposed 2017 Budget includes a 0% tax rate change from the previous year.  The proposed tax rate for the Village will therefore remain at $2.78 (per $1,000 of assessed value) if approved as currently proposed.

The proposed 2017 Budget as well as the proposed 2017-2021 Capital Improvement Plan is available on the Budget & CIP page of the Village website.  A copy is also available for public review at the Bellevue Village Office at 2828 Allouez Avenue during regular business hours.

Any questions regarding the Village Budget can be directed to Angela Gorall, Village Administrator at

Monday, October 24, 2016

2016 Trick or Treat Trail a Success!

The 2016 Trick or Treat Trail was a huge success again this year.  We had 494 participants haunt their way through our trail.  With 26 businesses, service organizations and volunteer booths participating, the little spirits had a goulish good time.  Much thanks to the organizations that help put on the trail each year, Junior Jets 4H, Bellevue-East Town Optimists, Bellevue Lions Club and the Bellevue Fire Department.  Additionally, thank you to our many businesses and organizations that participated this year, and an huge thank you to Dan VanAdestine, American Family Insurance, who was our title sponsor.  Below are just a sampling of the many pictures taken at the event.  For more pictures, please check out the Village's Facebook page here