Bellevue City Hall

Bellevue City Hall

The Bellevue City Council will discuss funding priorities for the city during a public hearing Monday night about the fiscal year 2021 budget. The council’s tentative budget of $3.5 million could include salary freezes for city employees amid a decrease in expenses of $521,000.

Central to the budget discussion are the prospects for a new housing development next year and uncertainties with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The city council will also review a plan to forego a property tax increase next year in exchange for state funding to cover the costs of emergency services during the pandemic. The deal could save the city about $150,000, but further details are expected tonight.

For full coverage see the Wednesday edition of the Mountain Express.

The City Council meeting begins at 6 p.m. and can only be attended virtually by going to:

Meeting ID: 893 6585 4792

Passcode: 020373

Dial In:

253-215 8782

301-715 8592

Meeting ID: 893 6585 4792

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