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Apr 05, 2021 02:16 pm | Benjamin Andrews


The compost site is currently OPEN. This site is for PERMITTED Village of Bellevue Residents and village-based Contractors. There is no cost for the permit for residential use (fees apply for contractors), and there is a limit of two (2) per Bellevue residence. To apply for a compost site permit, please call or e-mail Lou Ann Zeamer, Administrative Assistant-PW.

Normal Work Hours are Monday thru Wednesday, 7:30 am – 3:00 pm, 920-593-1108,

Please include your name, address, phone number, license plate number, make model, and color of your vehicle.


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Apr 05, 2021 08:46 am | Benjamin Andrews

Spring Election ~ April 6, 2021


For the Spring Election, April 6, 2021 Election, Village residents will vote at two polling places:

i.)         Community Center, 1811 Allouez Avenue (Wards 1-6)
ii.)        Village Hall/Public Safety Building, 3100 Eaton Road (Wards 7 –10). 

For further information, refer to the Voter Ward Map

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day. Please note that no absentee voting or registrations are allowed the Monday before an election.

Voter Registration

You must register before you can vote in the Village of Bellevue. This can be done prior to the election at the Village Office (until 5:00 p.m. Friday prior to an election), or on election day at the polls. You will need one form of proof of residence (ex. WI drivers license, utility bill, telephone bill, pay stub, bank statement, etc.) with your current Bellevue address. In order to register and vote, you must have resided in Bellevue for at least (28) consecutive days before the election.

Photo ID Requirements

For the latest information on Wisconsin's voter photo ID rules, please visit the Bring it to the Ballot website.  Click here for Photo ID Requirements.

Voter Information & Questions

For more information on elections or polling places, please contact the Village Clerk at 468-5225.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission website provides election information for Wisconsin voters. For on-line election services visit the My Vote Wisconsin website.

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Apr 05, 2021 08:29 am | Benjamin Andrews

Yoga in the Park – Spring 2021

End your day the right way with yoga and relaxation in Bellevue's oldest park. Outdoor program offered for those not ready to enter the studio or just enjoy Yoga in the Park. Registration fee covers six (6) classes taught by certified yoga instructors from Morning Sun Yoga Studio in Bellevue. 

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Participants must provide own yoga mat.

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Apr 04, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

2021 Spotter Training Schedule Available!


To help ensure safety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all of this year's National Weather Service Green Bay storm spotter training classes will be held virtually. 

For more information on the storm spotter program, including online training materials, brochures and references, please visit Severe Weather Spotters webpage.

(Virtual) storm spotter training for 2021 starts during Wisconsin's Severe Weather Awareness Week in mid-April!

Each session is expected to last around 60 minutes and are designed in a way to have interaction with NWS Green Bay meteorologists, and a chance to ask them your severe weather-related questions!

This year, NWS Green Bay will host six (6) virtual "standard" spotter training sessions, and two (2) advanced spotter training sessions. You only need to attend one session to become a storm spotter. A certificate will be sent to attendees shortly after the end of the session.

  • The Standard spotter training sessions are designed to teach you about severe weather safety, climatology, and the information you need to share a storm report with the National Weather Service Green Bay.
  • The Advanced spotter training sessions cover most of what is taught during the Standard sessions, and adds more mesoscale and storm-scale science and terminology.

If you cannot make any of the spotter training sessions, and/or want to learn in a self-paced manner, official spotter training courses are available here.

Calendar of Spotter Classes for 2021

Saturday, April 10 7:00pm Virtual Spotter Training Session #1

Monday, April 12 10:00am Virtual Spotter Training Session #2

Tuesday, April 13 7:00pm Virtual Spotter Training Session #3

Wednesday, April 14 11:30am Virtual Spotter Training Session #4

Thursday, April 15 7:00pm ADVANCED Virtual Spotter Training #1

Tuesday, April 20 12:00pm ADVANCED Virtual Spotter Training #2

Thursday, April 22 2:00pm Virtual Spotter Training Session #5

Friday, April 30 11:00am Virtual Spotter Training Session #6

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Apr 03, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

Free YWCA After School Program for BIPOC Middle Schoolers YWCA

Tuesdays and Thursdays
April 13-June 17 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

*FREE to participating students, there is a 12 person capacity To register or for more information, contact Synala at: 920.432.5581 ext. 158
Join us in exploring physical activities, healthy food options, and building self-esteem. Each session will include at least one fun physical activity and an activity around nutrition, self-esteem, or leadership. Some of these lessons will be grounded in intuitive eating and fitness to develop the skill of listening to our bodies and having a holistic and  healthy lifestyle!
Activities Include:
·       Workshops designed by UWGB nutrition students
·       Food Demonstrations
·       Discussing meal choices and physical fitness
·       Journaling
·       Mini prize raffle at the end of each meeting
·       Other activities include Zumba, Yoga, Soccer, and Games
Youth Criteria
·       Identify as female
·       Between 10-15 years of age
·       Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, and racially mixed students are
·       most encouraged!

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Apr 02, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

Spring Brush Pick-up

The Village of Bellevue's Public Works Department will soon be conducting Spring brush pick up. Please utilize the attached map to determine which date your area is picked up. Please have your brush on the curb prior to the week of the scheduled pick-up. 

Spring 2021:



April 19 - April 23

Main & East of Main St. (Hwy 29)

April 26 - April 30

West of Main St. (Hwy 29)

 Please observe the following rules when placing materials out for collection:

  • Brush up to 3" in diameter is acceptable in lengths no greater than 12 feet.
  • Brush up to 6" in diameter is acceptable in lengths no greater than 8 feet.
  • Brush greater than 6" in diameter cannot be accepted at the curb. Larger brush, including stumps up to 12" in diameter at ground level, can be taken to the yard waste site.
  • Avoid cutting brush shorter than needed as fewer pieces are less handling for crews.
  • Lay brush in piles at the curb with the branches laying parallel to the street. All branches should be lying in the same direction.
  • Do Not place Leaves or Garden Waste in with the pile of branches

Correct Placement

Incorrect Placement

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Apr 01, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

CTH O/Allouez Ave Pavement Replacement

 Remain up-to-date on each stage of the CTH O/Allouez Ave construction project. The project begins on April 5th, 2021, and is broken down into three (3) stages:

Stages of the Project:
1. Stage 1
2. Stage 2
3. Stage 3


The Brown County Public Works Department will be replacing the pavement on CTH O (Allouez Avenue) from East River Drive to CTH V (Lime Kiln Road). The work consists of curb and gutter repair, removing the existing pavement, repairing poor subgrade areas, and placing new pavement.

Below are the related materials regarding the project:

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Apr 01, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

Employment Opportunity - GIS/GPS Intern

Next Review: 04/16/202; $15-$16/hour DOQ!

The Village of Bellevue is seeking highly-skilled and ambitious applicants for the position of GIS/GPS Intern. The position is responsible for providing data development, design, and collection, and operation of our geographic information system (GIS) and computer-aided design (CAD) software.
If you know someone who might be interested in the position, please forward them our job positing and description.

To apply for this position, send a cover letter, resume, and completed employment application to or mail to:

Village of Bellevue, Attn:
Human Resources
2828 Allouez Ave
Green Bay, WI 54311

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Mar 31, 2021 08:00 am | Benjamin Andrews

Preparing to Apply for Forthcoming Bar and Restaurant Grants

Thanks to the efforts of the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC), which was formed during COVID-19 to support the nation's 500,000 local bars and restaurants and the 11 million people they employ, a $28.6 billion restaurant and bar grant program administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will be made available soon through the American Rescue Plan. The IRC encourages all restaurant and bar owners to learn about the grant program, how it could affect them, and start taking steps now to ensure the $760 billion industry will continue thriving in the post-pandemic environment.

These restaurant grants may be used in tandem with PPP, EIDL, and the Employee Retention Tax Credit to help vulnerable businesses survive the remainder of the pandemic. Eligible businesses include food service or drinking establishments -- including caterers, brewpubs, taprooms, and tasting rooms -- not part of an affiliated group with more than 20 locations.

While the SBA prepares to stand up the program, businesses should take steps to organize the materials necessary to submit an application once it is available.

To receive a grant you will need a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number and be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM). You will not be able to apply or receive payments without establishing your business in both of these systems. Registration will take time to process, so make sure to get this done ASAP. Both DUNS and SAM are free to use.

To register for a DUNS number, or search for an existing number go to their website or call 1-866-705-5711.

To register for SAM you first must create an account at Then you’ll need to go to the SAM website and log in using the new account you just created at Please note that when asked why you are registering, the correct response is “To apply for Federal financial assistance opportunities only.”

How to calculate your anticipated grant funding:

·         For restaurants in operation before 2019: You take your 2019 gross revenues minus 2020 gross revenue and subtract the total amount of your PPP loans (First and Second, if applicable) you received.

·         For restaurants that opened in 2019: Take the average of your 2019 monthly gross revenues and multiple that average by 12. Subtract your 2020 revenues from that total, and then and subtract the total amount of your PPP loans (First and Second, if applicable) you received.

·         For restaurants that opened in 2020: You are eligible to receive funding equal to eligible expenses incurred in 2020.

Eligible expenses include payroll and benefits (not including employee compensation exceeding $100,000/year), mortgage (no prepayment), rent (no prepayment), utilities, maintenance, supplies (including protective equipment and cleaning materials), food, operational expenses, covered supplier costs as defined by the SBA under the Second Draw PPP program, sick leave, and any other expenses deemed essential by the Administrator.

For more information, resources, guides for contacting legislators, and to subscribe to the IRC's newsletter, visit or download the information sheets




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Mar 30, 2021 03:03 pm | Benjamin Andrews

Traffic Congestion in Brown County

The Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO is currently updating the MPO’s Congestion Management Process (CMP). A CMP is a federally required document for all urbanized areas with a population greater than 200,000 people.

As part of this update, the MPO is collecting information on traffic congestion within the Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA). To understand your congestion experiences, MPO staff have developed an online web application that allows you to place points along roadways and intersections, sidewalks, or bicycle facilities where you have experienced congestion in the MPA. Please click the link below to access the web application:

CMP Traffic Congestion Web Application

The information you provide will be used to inform MPO staff’s analysis of congested areas and inform strategies for alleviating and managing congestion.

f you wish to provide input for the CMP, please describe your congestion experiences prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The web application will be available for input until May 7, 2021.

If you have any questions or have any issues accessing the map, please feel free to contact Karl Mueller, Transportation Planner/GIS, by email at, or by phone at (920) 448-4436.

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