The Village of Bellevue continues to be one of the fastest growing communities in Brown County and the State of Wisconsin. The 2010 US Census determined the population of Bellevue to be 14,570. That is up from the 2000 US Census of 11,828. This ranks Bellevue as the 5th largest community in Brown County.
The Village is part of Brown County in northeast Wisconsin, which is the third fastest growing county in the state. The Village is serviced by four major highways, and is within a fifteen minute drive of Austin Straubel International Airport and the Port of Green Bay. Growing while maintaining a small-town atmosphere Bellevue continues to be a great place to live and work.
Village of Bellevue Information
- Community Information
- Demographic Information
- Consumer Spending Infromation
- Labor Force Information
- Retail Leakage and Surplus Analysis
- Economy Overview - Brown County
Highways: Highways: Four major highways run through the interior of the Village. Interstate 43 bisects Bellevue as it runs from northern Green Bay to it's southern terminus at the Illinois border. State Highway 172 runs from it's eastern terminus at Interstate 43 in the center of the Bellevue to its western terminus near Austin Straubel International airport. Highway 141 runs into Bellevue where it meets interstate 43 and then continues north to Interstate 41 and up to the Michigan state line. Highway 29 also runs through the Village as it travels from the western edge of Wisconsin to it's eastern terminus at Highway 42 in downtown Kewaunee, on the Lake Michigan lakeshore.
Austin Straubel International Airport is the third largest airport in Wisconsin providing service 365 days a year 24 hours a day for Bellevue and northeastern Wisconsin. Austin Straubel is located just off of State Highway 172 in Oneida ten minutes travel time from Bellevue, and is capable of handling carrier and cargo jet traffic.
The Port of Green Bay provides modern, state of the art facilities for safe navigation and economic cargo handling. The Green Bay port is the westernmost port on Lake Michigan providing direct route shipment between the Midwest and the rest of the world.
The railroad that runs through Bellevue is principally operated by Canadian National. The rail runs along highway 141/29 before heading out of the Village.
Thank you for choosing the Village of Bellevue as your business location. The Village of Bellevue Economic Development Division appreciates your investment in our community and recognizes the importance of retaining your business as an employer.
The Business Retention & Expansion Program was created as a way of establishing good relationships and communication with companies in our community. Economic Development Staff arrange Business Retention visits with Village of Bellevue businesses that are:
- expanding in the community
- new to the area
- experiencing challenging issues that affect the success of the business
- at the request of the business owner or manager
These visits provide businesses with a local contact that can help them address their issues or needs. After the Business Retention Visit, Economic Development Staff will provide follow up to any issues or questions that arise during the meeting. Economic Development Staff will remain in contact with the business as appropriate, providing assistance when needed.
Below is an introduction survey that will make the most out of an "on-site" retention visit. Even if you are not interested in an "on-site" business retention visit, returning the completed survey is still valuable information to the Economic Development Division. Once a completed survey is returned, staff will review and follow up with a call to arrange a visit. We understand that your time is very important to you, and this survey will help guide the discussion and lead to a worthwhile experience.