The Hunger Coalition in Bellevue started a $6 million renovation and expansion of its facilities earlier this month in the midst of a tripling of demand for emergency food services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A financial analysis for the first six months of fiscal 2020 presented to the Bellevue City Council on Monday by City Clerk and Treasurer Marian Edwards stressed uncertainty and fiscal restraint in the face of looming impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bellevue City Council voted unanimously Monday to spend $1,765 to take part in a composting study that could save the city money by composting treated sewer sludge from its wastewater treatment facility that is typically dried and buried at Ohio Gulch.
The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission approved a design review application last Monday, April 22, for a new 6,000-square-foot commercial building for Sawtooth Plumbing at 772 N. Main St., or state Highway 75.
The Bellevue City Council voted unanimously Monday to extend until April 20 an isolation order that mimics Blaine County’s and bans construction projects and travel out of the city for nonessential services and maintains a requirement that anybody coming into the town from out of state self-…
Officials in Blaine County, Ketchum, Hailey, and Bellevue have all voted to adopt new restrictions on travel and construction in light of COVID-19.
Bellevue Mayor Ned Burns evoked emergency powers Thursday to increase isolation restrictions in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, including a shut-down of nonessential construction projects, tighter travel restrictions to and from Blaine County and a prohibition on public gatherings of any …
Local jurisdictions will vote soon on jointly tightened terms of last week’s state-issued isolation order as the total of lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Blaine County hit 63. Meanwhile, the whole of Idaho has been asked to do what the Wood River Valley has done since last Friday: “shelte…
The Bellevue City Council made plans Monday to launch an appeal for public support for infrastructure expenses in the form of a “citizen survey.”
The Bellevue City Council agreed on Monday to include new water quality protection goals in a new chapter of the city’s comprehensive plan regarding Freidman Memorial Airport as an “entitled public airport facility.”