Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin

Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin A progressive community located within the Green Bay Metropolitan Area, the Village of Bellevue is one of Brown County's fastest growing municipalities with a population of approximately 15,000 residents.
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The Village of Bellevue page is only monitored during regularly scheduled business hours. If you require a response to a question please call the Village Offices Directly at (920) 468-5225, Monday – Friday 7:30-4:30 p.m.

06/15/2020

DROP BOX AVAILABLE AT VILLAGE OFFICES

You may use the drop box located at 2828 Allouez Avenue for any village business EXCEPT Municipal Court.

*Building permit applications
*Utility payments
*Facility rental paperwork and payments
*Dog license applications/renewals

Municipal court payments may be submitted via the dropbox located at 3100 Eaton Road (Public Safety building/Municipal Court offices).

06/15/2020

The Village of Bellevue has begun re-opening our park system. Restroom facilities will be open during normal park hours, 8:00am – 10:00pm. Village staff will be cleaning park facilities as much as possible, however it is recommended that patrons avoid high touch areas. Please continue to follow all CDC guidelines for social distancing and sanitizing.

Facility rentals will resume, however there will be a maximum capacity of 50 people per facility. If you have an existing facility rental and are unable to meet the new maximum capacity requirements, a full refund will be issued.

Contact the Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry with any questions.

The Village of Bellevue is replacing the oldest portion of the Josten Park Playground, and we need your help! Follow the...
06/12/2020

The Village of Bellevue is replacing the oldest portion of the Josten Park Playground, and we need your help! Follow the survey link below and let us know which design is your favorite. Make sure to get the whole family involved. Feel free to contact Adam Waszak, The Director of Parks, Recreation & Forestry with questions about any of the designs. We cant wait to hear what you think!

Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3VN6PJD

Some summer camps prepare to welcome kids back
06/12/2020
Some summer camps prepare to welcome kids back

Some summer camps prepare to welcome kids back

NewsLocal News Actions Facebook Tweet Email Some summer camps prepare to welcome kids back By: Eric Crest Posted at 7:07 PM, Jun 11, 2020 and last updated 2020-06-11 20:07:46-04 VILLAGE OF BELLEVUE, Wis (NBC 26) -- Some communities have decided it's too soon, to allow groups of kids to congregate fo...

Help the Bellevue community get a complete count!  Please complete your Census form!
06/11/2020
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Help the Bellevue community get a complete count! Please complete your Census form!

Learn about the 2020 Census - how to respond, and why it matters. Shape your future. START HERE.

More funding resources for small businesses."We're All In" small business grant initiativeThe program will provide $2,50...
06/11/2020
We're All In Small Business Grant | WEDC

More funding resources for small businesses.

"We're All In" small business grant initiative

The program will provide $2,500 grants to 30,000 small businesses. It is designed to help small businesses get back on their feet amid the COVID-19 pandemic while also encouraging them to adopt best practices to keep employees, customers and communities safe.

Funded by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the grants will help small businesses with the costs of business interruption or for health and safety improvements, wages and salaries, rent, mortgages and inventory.

Businesses may be eligible if it:
* Was an active business in February 2020; and
* Was started before 2020; and
* Is Wisconsin-based and for-profit; and
* Employs 20 or fewer full-time equivalent employees;
* Has more than > $0 and

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Grant funds up to $10,000 available for Green Bay area small businesses (
06/10/2020
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Grant funds up to $10,000 available for Green Bay area small businesses (

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06/09/2020

Our Summer Camp staff have been hard at work trying to create as safe of an environment as possible for Campers and Staff taking part in Camp DeBroux and Camp Josten this summer. Both camps are set to begin Monday June 15th. Our Camp Coordinators made a short video to illustrate what the modified check in procedures will look like at camp. Parents please check out this video to help prepare for this process. If you would like more information on camp or still interested in registering for camp please reference the Summer Camp page on our website -

http://www.villageofbellevue.org/departments/PRandF/recreation_programs/youth_programs/summer_camp

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department
06/09/2020

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

Tonight members of the Department were able to get some hands on training for the first time in over two months. Members reviewed hooking hydrants, hoseline advancement, and pumping off the Ladder Truck. In an effort to promote social distancing the groups are split into different time slots and limited to 8 members per group. It sure is nice to get back to hands on training, even if it is in a limited capacity!

Village of Allouez
06/05/2020

Village of Allouez

WEDC’s We’re All In Small Business Grant

The online grant application will be ACCESSIBLE FOR ONE WEEK from 8 a.m. Monday, June 15, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, June 21.

Funded by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the We’re All In Small Business Grant Program will provide $2,500 to 30,000 Wisconsin small businesses to assist with the costs of business interruption or for health and safety improvements, wages and salaries, rent, mortgages and inventory.

https://wedc.org/programs-and-resources/wai-small-business-grant/

06/05/2020

The Application Deadline for the Leaders-in-Training program through our summer camps is Monday June 8th. Leaders-In-Training (LIT) Program gives teens ages 13-17 the opportunity to gain leadership skills, give back to the community and become a POSITIVE role model for younger children. LIT’s will assist with the daily operations of one of the Village’s summer camps. They help plan activities, help with morning and afternoon snack, and much more!
Find out more at http://www.villageofbellevue.org/departments/PRandF/recreation_programs/youth_programs/summer_camp

The Village of Bellevue is accepting offers for vehicles in our fleet. For details:  https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?...
06/04/2020
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The Village of Bellevue is accepting offers for vehicles in our fleet.

For details: https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.AdvSearchResultsNew&searchPg=Classic&inv_num=&category=00&kWord=&kWordSelect=2&sortBy=ad&agency=19023&state=&country=&locID=&timing=bySimple&locationType=state&timeType=&timingWithin=1

GovDeals is the place to bid on government surplus and unclaimed property including heavy equipment, cars, trucks, buses, airplanes, and so much more.

For renters financially impacted by COVID-19, please follow the link to apply for relief.
06/03/2020

For renters financially impacted by COVID-19, please follow the link to apply for relief.

Green Bay renters that are financially impacted by COVID-19 may apply for assistance through the Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program (WRAP). The program can award up to $3,000 per individual in a combination of rental payments and/or security deposits.

NEWCAP is administering this program for our area. For more information, please visit https://www.newcap.org/program_category/crisis/ and scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the program description and eligibility requirements for WRAP.

Just a reminder that we are in a competition with not only local communities to complete the U.S. Census and have the hi...
06/03/2020

Just a reminder that we are in a competition with not only local communities to complete the U.S. Census and have the highest percentage of response rate but also competition with other communities and areas throughout the United States that will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade.

Here are the rankings as of today:

1. Allouez – 84.2%

2. Suamico – 83.1%

3. Lawrence – 83.0%

4. Howard – 81.7%

5. De Pere – 81.0%

6. Ledgeview – 77.8%

7. Wrightstown – 77.2%

8. Bellevue – 76.7%

9. Ashwaubenon – 74.9%

10. Hobart – 73.9%

11. Pulaski – 71.2%

12. Denmark – 70.1%

13. Green Bay – 69.8%

You can still respond online today!!!

https://2020census.gov/en.html

Do your part. We thank you!

Tentative schedule for Rockin in Josten.  The June dates listed in our program guide have been rescheduled later in the ...
06/02/2020

Tentative schedule for Rockin in Josten. The June dates listed in our program guide have been rescheduled later in the summer or early fall as Mad Cats Band was moved to August 24 and Kevin Van Ess & Talk of the Town to September 14. Keep in mind dates are subject to change and we will announce changes if necessary.

06/02/2020

PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY
June 1, 2020

WHEREAS, an emergency exists within the Village of Bellevue and the greater Green Bay area resulting from civil commotion, disturbances, looting, and rioting; and

WHEREAS, the peaceful assembly of persons exercising their First Amendment right to protest ended at approximately 10:00 p.m. in the City of Green Bay. After the conclusion of the peaceful protests, other individuals began to act in a manner that resulted in the dispersal of disruptive individuals into the greater Green Bay area that disrupted the safety and good order in those areas; and

WHEREAS, on May 31st, 2020, into the morning hours of June 1st, 2020, several riotous individuals continued to endanger the health, safety, welfare, and good order in the greater Green Bay area by engaging in unlawful activity unrelated to any peaceful protest. Such activity included the increased presence of vehicles containing individuals with prepared incendiary weapons. Further, activity has continued thereafter with credible threats of damage and looting to area business; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary and expedient for the health, safety, welfare, and good order in the greater Green Bay area and the Village of Bellevue that a curfew be imposed limiting pedestrian and vehicular travel in order to stop the looting of property damage to private and public property in the Village of Bellevue; and

WHEREAS, because of such emergency conditions, the Village Board is unable to meet with promptness.

NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to sections 323.11 and 323.14 (4) of the Wisconsin Statutes and Sections 36-3 (4) and 36-3 (5) of the Bellevue Municipal Code, the Village of Bellevue hereby declares a local State of Emergency for the Village of Bellevue, and order an emergency curfew in the entire Village of Bellevue for all persons from 9:00 p.m. until 06:00 a.m. beginning on June 1st, 2020 and ending on June 3rd, 2020, unless extended. All persons shall cease vehicular and pedestrian travel on the public way, streets, sidewalks, and highways and return to their homes, places of work, or other convenient place.

The following individuals, working in their official capacity are exempt from this order: government personnel, emergency services personnel, utility services providers, medical providers, social services providers, and credentialed press. Persons experiencing homelessness or fleeing dangerous domestic situations are also exempt from this order.

No person shall willfully obstruct, hinder, or delay any member of the Village of Bellevue in the enforcement of any order, rule, regulations, or plan issued or violate any order, rule, regulation, or plan issued pursuant to the authority of this proclamation, which may be punishable by a forfeiture pursuant to Wisconsin Statute section 323.28.

Effective immediately this 1st day of June, 2020

06/01/2020
www.villageofbellevue.org

At this time, Village officers are closed to walk-in, in-person business.

Park and building facilities are not available for rentals.
In-person utility and municipal court fees payments are not accepted (see below for options).

In-person business is available by appointment only - call ahead.

Below is link to the DRAFT Village of Bellevue COVID-19 Response Plan.

The Village Board may take action on this item at the June 10 board meeting.

http://www.villageofbellevue.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_4555970/File/Village%20of%20Bellevue%20Reopening%20Plan.pdf

ATTENTIONThe fire hydrant at 3267 Kewaunee Rd may be pumping.  This is part of a study by UWGB.This is an emergency well...
06/01/2020

ATTENTION

The fire hydrant at 3267 Kewaunee Rd may be pumping. This is part of a study by UWGB.

This is an emergency well and the flushing will not affect water quality or quantity.

06/01/2020

Compost is available again for at the yard waste site for Bellevue residents.

Woodchips will not be available until around July 4th.

05/22/2020

Another secure drop box has been installed at the Village Municipal Offices. At this time, the Village Facilities are currently not open to the public. A new drop box is larger and located near the entrance of the Village Municipal. Individuals can insert sealed envelope payments into the secure drop box for any village business. Please indicate on the front of the envelope what is inside.

Any bill paid by check, money order, or certified funds should be made payable to:
Village of Bellevue, 2828 Allouez Avenue Bellevue, WI 54311

Card payments can be made online by going to http://www.villageofbellevue.org/ under ‘E-SERVIES’.

05/18/2020

Village of Bellevue administration office remains closed to in-person business until we have an opportunity to plan for the safe reopening. If you need to speak with or meet a village employee on a matter, you may contact us so that we can work to accommodate your needs.

Village of Bellevue park facilities, ball diamonds, etc. are not available for group events at this time until we have an opportunity to plan for the safe reopening.

Our primary responsibility lies with the safety of the public and our staff.

05/07/2020

As the weather continues to promote outdoor activity we want to remind everyone that Chapter 335 of the Village's Municipal Code (335-6) states that "dogs, cats and other similar pets shall not be allowed in any Village parks..." The only Village park where dogs are permitted is the Laura and Peter Mossakowski Family Dog Park. Dogs are also permitted on Village trails but must be restrained on a leash no longer than 5 feet. If you do take your four legged friend out to the dog park or on one of our trails, please be sure to clean up and dispose of their waste.

We are wrapping up on the registration for the Before and After School program for McAuliffe Elementary School students....
05/05/2020

We are wrapping up on the registration for the Before and After School program for McAuliffe Elementary School students. Parents that are interested in signing up their child(ren) for the 2020-21 school year can do so by Friday May 8th. The program info and Registration form is posted here as well as the webpage to find the remaining forms. The lottery to place students into the program will take place the week of May 11th. Paperwork can be left in the drop box at the Village Office or email to [email protected].

http://www.villageofbellevue.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=4556055&pageId=4999179

05/05/2020

ATTENTION: The Village yard waste site is out of wood chips and compost.

We will not have more available to residents until after July 4th.

Village of Bellevue Residents:Recently, the Village of Bellevue has increased the stormwater utility rates for all Villa...
05/04/2020

Village of Bellevue Residents:
Recently, the Village of Bellevue has increased the stormwater utility rates for all Village residents and businesses by $2/month per equivalent residential unit (ERU). For the typical homeowner, the rate will increase from $4/month ($48/year) to $6/month ($72/year). The Village of Bellevue has not increased its stormwater utility rate since 2002, and the current stormwater utility fees for the Village of Bellevue are lower than the surrounding area.
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In 2002, the stormwater utility rate was created to allow the Village of Bellevue to manage the stormwater in Village better. The Village of Bellevue established its rates at $4/month per ERU ($48/year). The fund allows the Village of Bellevue to maintain our storm sewer system, provide improvement projects – constructing stormwater ponds, underground detention ponds, etc. – control flooding, slow erosion, and reduce soil loss along our waterways.

Celebrate Municipal Clerks Week! We celebrate our Municipal Clerk Staff - Dir. of Finance/Clerk-Treasurer, Karen Simons ...
05/04/2020

Celebrate Municipal Clerks Week! We celebrate our Municipal Clerk Staff - Dir. of Finance/Clerk-Treasurer, Karen Simons & Deputy Clerk-Treasurer, Dawn Novak. We thank them for their endless service to our Village.
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Municipal Clerks Week Proclamation originally started in 1984. President Ronald Reagan began the tradition to honor the professional Clerks who provide vital services to local government and the communities they serve. The proclamation was again signed in 1994 & 1996 by President Bill Clinton.
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Governor Evers has signed the Municipal Clerks Week Proclamation for the week of May 3-9, 2020!

Asphalt road crack fill maintenance is scheduled to start today. The Village has contracted with Asphalt Seal & Repair (...
05/01/2020

Asphalt road crack fill maintenance is scheduled to start today. The Village has contracted with Asphalt Seal & Repair (ASR) to complete this work. ASR will begin work on May 1st, 2020 with an estimated completion date of May 8th, 2020.
Please slow down and give them plenty of room if you meet them on the roadway. The following streets are planned for crack filling this year. This list is subject to change:

1. Ontario Rd north of Eaton Rd
2. Emerald Drive north of Eaton
3. Emerald Ct.
4. Blue Moon Dr by Mayflower
5. Mayflower Rd
6. Wen Lu Dr
7. Char La Mar Dr
8. Blue Spruce Dr west of Juneberry
9. London Rd north of Blue Spruce
10. Froelich Ln
11. Servant Way
12. Madrid Dr
13. Essen Rd
14. Saybrook Circle
15. Rodeo Drive partial
16. Little Creek
17. Garden Heights
18. Kensington Ln
19. Kaylee Circle
20. Bufflehead Ln
21. Gadwall Ln
22. Pintail St
23. Bluebill St west of Mallard

For updates on all Village projects please go to: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/departments/public_works/Projects_and_Construction/Current_and_Future_Projects

Address

2828 Allouez Ave
Bellevue, WI
54311

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 07:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 07:00 - 16:30
Thursday 07:00 - 16:30
Friday 07:00 - 12:00

Telephone

(920) 468-5225

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is there any body i can write to for genealogy research or is there anyone that lives there that is working on tordoer or tordeur family
What burnt on Hwy JJ, Town of Eaton, this morning, Dec 30th, at 11:00am?
Would you consider suspending the Overnight (2 am - 6 am) Parking Ban for the holidays due to the warmer weather?
Can you tell me what time I should have my garbage bins at the curb? I notice Harters was picking up before 7am on Bluebill St today Nov 7th.
Can I (We) get an update on the road construction at Huron and Willow? Thanks.
Does anyone have that nice calendar around 2007 with all the Bellevue Photos?
Thank you to the Village of Bellevue for making our parks so fun for our kids and grandkids! Always clean and well maintained every time we visit. The Village of Bellevue makes summertime picnics and playtime fun! 🌺🌳🌞🥪🦋🐞🍎
Please do something with the intersection on Eaton Road and Manitowoc Road between the hours on 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Hey Cougar Friends, No Cougar show this weekend!!!!! I guess Hell does freeze over!!!! We'll be back on Friday, February 8th at the Historic RIVERSIDE BALLROOM for our "Feast with The Cougars"!! Enjoy a Great Dinner that only Ken Tedford and his Outstanding Staff at the RIVERSIDE BALLROOM can serve and then hang out with The Cougars for some singing and dancing!!! You may purchase tickets at the RIVERSIDE BALLROOM (1560 Main St, Green Bay) Monday through Friday 9:00-5:00 and Saturday 9:00 'till Noon. Call 920-432-5518. To purchase tickets by Credit Card, please contact The Cougars by Private Message on our page. Someone will contact you to complete the sale! So, Come Out, Feast, Sing, Dance and get Cougared on February 8th at RIVERSIDE BALLROOM!! Merrooowww!!!!
With the winter storm will there be normal garbage pick up Monday?
With the impending snow storm tonight, will there still be garbage pick Monday.
Is Josten park having an Ice rink this year???