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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.
Bellevue is a great place to grow your family, your business and a sense of community.
The Village is a full-service municipality offering quality municipal services while maintaining combined local municipal tax and utility rates that are among the lowest compared with the other incorporated communities in the Brown County Area.
Download a Welcome Packet to learn more about our community, including a directory of Village departments, information about various programs, services, and utilities.
***For further information such as agendas and minutes, please visit the Your Government heading above and choose the Board or Commission you are interested in.***
Are you on the mailing list yet? If you want to stay up to date on everything happening in the Village of Bellevue then you should join the e-newsletter mailing list today. E-news is delivered every Monday directly to your inbox. If you liked the mailed newsletter you'll love the e-news.
The Village received $768,910 under WI Act 114 in excess sales tax revenue collected by the football stadium district. Each municipality in Brown County must use the funding for providing property tax relief, tax levy supported debt relief or economic development. The Village Board is seeking your ideas for Bellevue's use of this funding. There is no requirement on when it must be spent. After receiving further public input, the Village Board will then review and discuss options for using the funding.
What do you think? Please share with us any of your ideas or suggestions for use of the funding. The Village is requesting your comments by Friday, February 26th. Please e-mail Angela Gorall, Village Administrator, at
It's time to sign up for the Village of Bellevue 2016 Citizens Academy. Participants will attend one evening per night over a period of six weeks (if you can't attend all sessions you are still welcome to sign-up). Sessions will last approximately an hour and half. Village staff will facilitate the sessions and provide in depth information on administration, local government, law enforcement, fire protection, public works, budget/finance, community development and leisure services. There are no tests or grades, it is simply to gain more information on the community that you live and take pride in.
The goals of the academy are to provide an educational experience for participants at the same time offering an opportunity for residents and business owners to ask questions and to present their ideas. For many participants this opportunity will lead to an increase in community involvement and volunteerism.
Class Dates: Thursday, March 10; Thursday, March 17; Thursday, March 31; Thursday, April 7; Thursday, April 14; Thursday, April 21; Wednesday, April 27 graduation at the Village Board Meeting
Sign up: ActiveNet
To comply with Village ordinance and DNR requirements, the village is performing in home cross connection inspections. The Village has contracted with HydroCorp to conduct the initial inspections. Click the link to learn more about the Village's Cross Connection Program. View the brochure to understand what cross connections are by click the following link: Cross Connection Flyer.
There are several job opportunities current available with the Village. The Public Works Department is currently accepting applications for Fire Chief, Leisure Service Event Assistant, Community/Economic Development Intern, Spring 2016 Seasonal Laborer, Summer Leisure Services Intern, Summer Camp Coordinators, Summer Camp Counselors . For further details on all positions please visit the Job Opportunities page.