Continuing the mission of “Transforming Bellevue, One Block at a Time,” each year the City of Bellevue selects different neighborhood blocks to receive new curbing, street resurfacing and additional street trees. An added bonus is the opportunity for financial grants funded through BNA to help homeowners repair and improve the exterior of their homes and remove unsightly chain link fencing. BNA tries to coordinate the Adopt-a-Block with one of the City chosen blocks for a maximum impact.
The 2017 Adopt-a-Block is the Beach Park Neighborhood. Homeowners can qualify for up to $400 matching grants or 100% of total project costs up to $400. Grant applications are available exclusively for Adopt-a-Block applicants through July 15th, after which time applications will be available to homeowners outside the Adopt-a-Block area until August 31st.
Questions and requests for additional information can be directed to Eric Haas at (859) 291-4890 or email@example.com.
Civic Support Grant
Home Improvement Grant
The BNA provides grant money for façade and landscape improvements to homeowners throughout Bellevue. Home improvement grant applications must be submitted between July 16th through August 31st. Questions and requests for additional information can be directed to Eric Haas at (859) 291-4890 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bellevue Garden Team
The Garden Team works with city staff to keep Bellevue’s public spaces beautiful and blooming. Each season a variety of plants and flowers are designed, placed, and maintained throughout the city. The efforts of the Garden Team truly contributes to the charm and appeal of Bellevue. Click here to learn more about the new Hanging Basket program.
“Bellevue is Can-tastic” is a project of the BNA with support from ArsWave. The project will install original works of art throughout the city of Bellevue. The art will transform 10 concrete trash cans along our streets in 2015. Residents will get to experience and watch art in its creation. A committee has formed and are working out the details. We are looking for local artists to design and paint the cans, especially those that would like to collaborate with students at the local schools. We are also looking for volunteers interested in helping paint base coats and assist the artists on the project. Please consider a donation to support this effort and to expand the number of cans. If you are interested in getting involved please email Bridget Vogt, email@example.com.
BNA partners with the City of Bellevue to ensure that the city looks festive and bright during the holiday seasons. Decorations and lights are hung along Fairfield Avenue and throughout the neighborhoods within Bellevue. Currently, there is a focus on decorating for the fall and winter.
Begun in 2011 with assistance from the Campbell County Extension Office and the City of Bellevue; the Community Garden is a place for Bellevue residents of all ages and gardening experience to share and gain knowledge on growing and gardening. Located at the end of the alley between the 400 blocks of Foote and Ward Avenues, the Community Garden’s harvest is shared and enjoyed among the gardeners and neighbors of “Blossom Alley”. The Community Garden is worked Thursday evenings at 6:30pm and Sunday mornings at 10:30am.
With an understanding that trees add to the allure and value of a community’s neighborhoods; BNA partners with the City of Bellevue’s tree board to replace damaged, dead or diseased trees in our parks and public rights of way. This program not only adds to the aesthetic beauty of Bellevue, but educates our citizens on environmental contributions to a healthy and vibrant urban forest.
The Bellevue Neighborhood Association’s newsletter, the “Bellevue Current” keeps members and friends of BNA up-to-date on what’s happening in Bellevue. Click here to sign up and receive a free copy.