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.

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.

Packer Family Night tickets.$10/each.  $4 per ticket supports Bellevue's Mossakowski Family Dog Park.
07/08/2019

Packer Family Night tickets.

$10/each. $4 per ticket supports Bellevue's Mossakowski Family Dog Park.

07/02/2019

CTH GV/Monroe Road Pavement Replacement

The Brown County Public Works Department will be completing a pavement replacement project on CTH GV (Monroe Road) from Hoffman Road to the WIS 172 eastbound ramps in the Village of Bellevue.

The project will include removing the existing asphalt pavement and replacing it with concrete as well as spot repairs of curb and gutter. Construction is set to begin on Monday, July 8 2019, with an anticipated completion date of September 13, 2019. The schedule is weather-dependent and may change due to weather conditions.

During construction, one lane of traffic will be open in each direction and access will be available to the local businesses. Signs along the corridor will direct motorists to these businesses.

Motorists can expect minor travel delays and should use alternative routes when possible. Motorists should use extra caution when driving near the construction site and watch for backups.

07/01/2019

Reminder: use of fireworks is prohibited in the Village of Bellevue (except those with a permit such as for a display at a festival, etc). Village code 237-11

Please be considerate of others in the village and refrain from use of fireworks within the village limits.

Penalty for doing so could result in a fine of up to $1,000 (per village code 237-11 (H).

Fireworks are defined by state statute as "anything manufactured, processed or packaged for exploding, emitting sparks or combustion which does not have another common use"

The Village of Bellevue Summer Day Camp staff took part in fire extinguisher training earlier today, hosted by the Villa...
06/05/2019

The Village of Bellevue Summer Day Camp staff took part in fire extinguisher training earlier today, hosted by the Village of Bellevue Fire Department. Our Summer Day Camp staff undergo over 24 hours of pre-camp training prior to the start of each Summer Camp season. Special thanks to the Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department for teaching the staff how to properly operate extinguishers, as well as, other fire safety skills!

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department
06/03/2019

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

Yesterday members from B-Crew stopped by fire truck loving Dax's 5th birthday party. This future firefighter sure was excited to see the truck and talk with the crew. Thank you for inviting us and we hope your 5th birthday was as cool as you are! Happy Birthday pal!

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin
05/30/2019

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin

[5/30/19] 1:30 pm. Here's a look at the severe weather risk for FRIDAY the 31st of May. Much of northeast Wisconsin is under a slight risk for severe storms. The main focus will be strong winds mixing down to the surface, starting in the afternoon and lasting into the evening. Lightning, heavy rainfall, and large hail are also possible.

Keep an eye out for these bad boys that are being passed around in our area.
05/30/2019

Keep an eye out for these bad boys that are being passed around in our area.

If you handle money at work, please take a look! The below images show similar fake bills to what is being s passed around Green Bay in the past couple of days. We would like to remind business owners to teach their employees to not only use a counterfeit pen (which sometimes will give a positive result) but to instead look the bill over to include checking for the security stripe within the bill against a light. Often times the subject uses this bill to pay a very low bill amount which results in them getting a large amount of genuine money.
If you are a victim, please contact your local law enforcement agency to make a report. Thank you!

Enjoy your holiday long weekend.  We will be open at 7:00 am on Tuesday.
05/26/2019

Enjoy your holiday long weekend. We will be open at 7:00 am on Tuesday.

The Village is Hiring!!!  Exciting career opportunities are available at the Village of Bellevue for the positions of Di...
05/24/2019
Job Opportunities - Village of Bellevue

The Village is Hiring!!! Exciting career opportunities are available at the Village of Bellevue for the positions of Director of Public Works, Engineering Technician, Full-Time/Temporary Administrative Assistant, Firefighter (Part Time) as well as many seasonal/temporary positions. Please visit the Village Job Opportunities page to learn more and apply to become part of our dynamic team.

Our Village of Bellevue employees are essential to our success and serving our residents, customers and the community. The links below provide further information about employment and volunteer opportunities. To submit an application, or to receive more information, contact the Village Offices at (...

It's National Public Works Week from May 19-25!  Thank you to these great guys who help make Bellevue a "Great Place to ...
05/23/2019

It's National Public Works Week from May 19-25! Thank you to these great guys who help make Bellevue a "Great Place to Grow". These men work tirelessly to keep our roads clear in snow storms, water clean, trees pruned, sewers flowing, and all the other stuff that keeps us connected, safe, & healthy. #NPWW

It was a busy night last night at DeBroux Park.  Cub Scouts from Pack 4173 at McAuliffe School planted flowers in the fl...
05/21/2019

It was a busy night last night at DeBroux Park. Cub Scouts from Pack 4173 at McAuliffe School planted flowers in the flower bed under the park sign as a service project and the Bellevue Lions Club installed the lion fountain that they donated to the park near the shelter. The Village of Bellevue is grateful to both groups for taking interest and pride in our parks and community.

Brown County Emergency Management
05/17/2019

Brown County Emergency Management

If you live near a river or stream please be weather aware the next couple of days.

The combination of high water levels on the Bay of Green Bay and the Fox River, combined with persistent and gusty northeast winds Saturday afternoon into Sunday could cause water to back up on the East River in the Green Bay area, resulting in localized flooding especially if heavy rain occurs Saturday night into Sunday.

SPRING FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING - The Village will begin Spring Fire Hydrant Flushing beginning the week of May 20. Residen...
05/17/2019

SPRING FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING - The Village will begin Spring Fire Hydrant Flushing beginning the week of May 20. 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, please 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 468-5225.

WATER METER REPLACEMENT PROGRAMThe Village of Bellevue is upgrading all water meters to Sensus meters.  The older meters...
05/16/2019

WATER METER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

The Village of Bellevue is upgrading all water meters to Sensus meters. The older meters (Badger) are no longer supported by the manufacturer. The new Sensus meter technology allows for wireless reading of meters, more accurate water use metering, and can assist in detecting leaking toilets and other unwanted water use. Residents with the new Sensus meters can monitor usage and estimate water bills.

If you don't already have the new Sensus meter (pictured below and usually located in the basement), call the Village to schedule an appointment to get yours installed. The appointments take 45 minutes and may be scheduled between 6:45 am and 1:30 pm M-F. Early times fill up fast, so call soon to get your ideal time.

920-468-5225

Prior to the appointment, please be sure that the water meter is accessible and that the shut off valves work properly.

05/14/2019

As a reminder the Village Offices has updated hours between Memorial Day to Labor Day in which we are open 7:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday thru Thursday and 7:00 am - 12:00 pm on Friday.

Help us name Bellevue's newest park!
05/10/2019
Help us Name Bellevue's Newest Park!

Help us name Bellevue's newest park!

The Village of Bellevue is excited that plans for constructing a new mini-park in the Bedford Heights neighborhood is underway and will be o...

Be prepared for possible flooding in the coming days.
05/08/2019

Be prepared for possible flooding in the coming days.

If you live near a river or stream please be weather aware the next couple of days.

Heavy Rain this afternoon into Thursday morning.

Flooding: Moderate to heavy rainfall is expected this afternoon through Thursday morning. Rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches are expected over a widespread area, with locally higher amounts possible. This is expected to impact all of central to northeastern WI. The heavy rain could lead to urban, rural, river and small stream flooding. If you are in a flood prone area, be prepared for rapidly changing conditions.

Remember, if you come upon a flooded roadway...Turn Around, Do Not Drown!

Village of Bellevue Police
05/08/2019

Village of Bellevue Police

Deputy Peterson dug out his bike helmet and participated in the National Bike to school day.

The Village of Bellevue wheel tax was adopted in January and is in effect for vehicles with registration renewals of May...
05/03/2019
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Update or verify vehicle kept in information

The Village of Bellevue wheel tax was adopted in January and is in effect for vehicles with registration renewals of May 1, 2019.

If your vehicle is registered in the incorrect municipality, you may correct this information by:

* Crossing off the incorrect municipality and writing in the correct one on the registration renewal card sent to you by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

* Correct it online here: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/online-srvcs/other-servs/vki.aspx

* Calling 608-364-7447

Regular maintenance is scheduled for wisconsindot.gov website on Saturday, February 9, starting at 2 a.m. and ending at 6 a.m. The site may be unavailable during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The Village of Bellevue is beginning to prepare its 5-year capital improvement plan and 2020 budget. We believe that mos...
05/01/2019

The Village of Bellevue is beginning to prepare its 5-year capital improvement plan and 2020 budget.

We believe that most residents are in agreement that our roads and utility infrastructure is of highest priority for investment.

What other area(s) do you think should be the primary focus of investment in the next 5 years?

If you had to pick just 3 areas of focus, what would they be and in what order?

The Village of Bellevue has contracted Asphalt Seal & Repair (ASR) to complete the 2019 crack fill list. ASR will begin ...
05/01/2019

The Village of Bellevue has contracted Asphalt Seal & Repair (ASR) to complete the 2019 crack fill list. ASR will begin work on May 6th, 2019 with an estimated completion date of May 10th, 2019. Please slow down and give them plenty of room if you meet them on the roadway. The following streets will be completed:

1. Tiger Ct.
2. Landmark Blvd & Costco Way
3. Jen Rae Rd area
4. Valley Heights/Hillside Heights area
5. Allouez Ave.
6. Wiltshire Ct.
7. Eaton Rd.
8. Diamond Dr/Opal Rd

Pay your Village of Bellevue water bill automatically from a checking or savings account. Just complete the authorizatio...
04/29/2019

Pay your Village of Bellevue water bill automatically from a checking or savings account. Just complete the authorization form (available here: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_4555970/File/Departments/Public%20Works/Utilities/Utility%20Billing/UTILITY%20DIRECT%20PAYMENT.pdf) and mail or drop it off along with a voided check to the Village office. There is no fee for this service.

You may also make direct payments online, however there is a $2.99 fee for this service. This service is offered through Payment Service Network

Go paperless! You may also opt out of receiving paper bills and sign up for electronic bills at the Payment Services Network Inc. site linked above. There is no fee for this service.

Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin
04/26/2019

Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Bellevue. Village staff, along with 3rd graders from McAuliffe Elementary School, planted a tree in front of McAuliffe Elementary this morning. Arbor Day Foundation #arborday

PROJECT UPDATE:  This project has been delayed until Tuesday, 4/30 due to weather.ROAD CLOSURE ALERT FOR MONDAY 4/29:  W...
04/26/2019

PROJECT UPDATE: This project has been delayed until Tuesday, 4/30 due to weather.

ROAD CLOSURE ALERT FOR MONDAY 4/29: We will be replacing a culvert at 2300 Klondike Road on Monday, April 29th. The road will be closed starting at 7 AM and opening at 3 PM. You can access from either direction but will not be able to pass through at 2300 Klondike. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Bellevue.  Village staff, along with 3rd graders from McAuliffe Elementary School, p...
04/26/2019

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Bellevue. Village staff, along with 3rd graders from McAuliffe Elementary School, planted a tree in front of McAuliffe Elementary this morning. Arbor Day Foundation #arborday

Thank you, Bellevue Fire and Rescue!
04/25/2019

Thank you, Bellevue Fire and Rescue!

Today members of B-Shift, along with responding County Rescue personnel and hospital staff, were awarded the “Brain Pin” from Aurora Hospital. 911 was called for a male with a possible stroke. Upon arrival County Rescue personnel confirmed the patient was experiencing an active stroke and a stroke alert was called in to Aurora. Members of Bellevue Fire-Rescue and County Rescue acted quickly to move the patient from the residence to the ambulance. The patient was then transported to the hospital where the clot busting medication TPA was administered. From the time the stroke alert was received to the time the life saving medication was administered was less than 20 minutes. For the quick actions of all involved the Brain Pin was awarded by Aurora staff. Remember that time lost is brain lost in a stroke situation. Use B.E.F.A.S.T. if you suspect someone may be suffering a stroke. Balance (loss of, headache, or dizziness), Eyes (loss of vision) Facial droop, Arm drift, Slurred speech, and Time. Excellent work by all involved!

CANOE/KAYAK LAUNCH REMOVED:  The canoe/kayak launch at Manderly Way has been removed due to damage sustained in the Marc...
04/25/2019

CANOE/KAYAK LAUNCH REMOVED: The canoe/kayak launch at Manderly Way has been removed due to damage sustained in the March flood and will not be replaced this season. The future of the canoe/kayak launch will be discussed as part of the 2020 budget process. Please contact the Parks Director at 920-593-5515 should you have further questions.

The Village of Bellevue recognized the graduating class of the 2019 Citizens Academy at the April 24th Board meeting. Gr...
04/24/2019

The Village of Bellevue recognized the graduating class of the 2019 Citizens Academy at the April 24th Board meeting. Graduates attended 7 classes throughout the spring to learn about the various departments in the Village. This is a free class offered to Bellevue residents each spring.

The S. Huron Road reconstruction project is scheduled to begin Monday, May 6th, weather permitting.  This project involv...
04/24/2019

The S. Huron Road reconstruction project is scheduled to begin Monday, May 6th, weather permitting. This project involves the reconstruction of S. Huron Road from Willow Road to STH 29.

The construction will begin at the intersection of S. Huron Road and STH 29 with the installation of a roundabout. Because of the roundabout construction, this intersection will be closed to all traffic beginning Monday May 6th and lasting 55 calendar days.

The entire project is expected to last until late September

For more information regarding this project, please contact the Wisconsin DOT and/or the Brown County Highway Department.

04/23/2019

The Village of Bellevue hosted a chainsaw safety training today at Josten Park. Attendees from 9 different municipalities and government agencies learned about personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, and basic maintenance techniques to achieve maximum chainsaw performance. In addition, participants learned about open face felling, chainsaw reactive forces, limbing, bucking, and wedging techniques. The trees that were used for demonstration and learning purposes are ash trees that have or will succumb to the emerald ash borer. Removing 15-20 trees in an afternoon can leave quite an impact. The trail area through Josten Park does not look the same as you may remember it. If you are a user of the trail, please be patient as we work toward cleaning up the trees that were downed today. With all the wet weather, the trail is very soggy and we are unable to take our heavy equipment through the trail to clean up the trees as soon as we would like.

The Village of Bellevue hosted a chainsaw safety training today at Josten Park.  Attendees from 9 different municipaliti...
04/23/2019

The Village of Bellevue hosted a chainsaw safety training today at Josten Park. Attendees from 9 different municipalities and government agencies learned about personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, and basic maintenance techniques to achieve maximum chainsaw performance. In addition, participants learned about open face felling, chainsaw reactive forces, limbing, bucking, and wedging techniques. The trees that were used for demonstration and learning purposes are ash trees that have or will succumb to the emerald ash borer. Removing 15-20 trees in an afternoon can leave quite an impact. The trail area through Josten Park does not look the same as you may remember it. If you are a user of the trail, please be patient as we work toward cleaning up the trees that were downed today. With all the wet weather, the trail is very soggy and we are unable to take our heavy equipment through the trail to clean up the trees as soon as we would like.

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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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