Happy New Year! Get winter safety tips, construction updates, and more.
Happy New Year!
With the new year come the resolutions… and resolutions are always hard to keep. Below is a list of resolutions that are easier to keep and they're a part of Bellevue!

• Walk to dinner once a week. Treat yourself to a nice dinner but walk there instead of driving. 

• Shop local once a month. Bellevue's shopping district adds to the City's charm. 

• Garden more. Even if you don't have a big yard, gardening is a great form of exercise and Bellevue is full of planters and parks that residents and volunteers care for. 

• Join a community group. Bellevue has many community groups to get involved with who are looking for more members. 

• Get to know your neighbors. Say hello when you see neighbors and invite them over sometime.

News & Events
Revive the Drive Updates
As the months have passed, different areas of the Revive the Drive project have been completed but construction is still in progress. Be careful driving this winter especially in wet, snowy, and icy conditions. Stay up to date by liking the KYTC District 6 Facebook page. Because construction and maintenance activity schedules are subject to change some drivers have been surprised with blocked areas or ongoing construction. It's important to use caution when driving through the construction areas and expect the unexpected. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet appreciates your patience during the construction process. Click here to see a full schedule of the construction.

Tips & Tricks
Emergency Kit
Do you have a winter survival kit for your car? Emergencies and accidents happen at the least expected times. Below is a list of items to start you off.
- Cell phone charger
- Blankets
- First-aid kit
- Waterproof matches
- Windshield scraper
- Paper towels
- Bag of sand or cat litter
- Flashlight and extra batteries
- High calorie canned or dried foods and can opener
Provided by: Fireman Joe Stambush
Other News
Shop Bellevue!
Come down to the Avenue Friday, January 4th for Shop Bellevue from 6pm to 9pm.
Next BNA Meeting
The first 2013 BNA meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd at 7pm at the Callahan Community Center. All are invited to join!
Christmas Tree Recycling
December 26th - January 11th residents of Campbell County are eligible to drop off their unwanted Christmas trees. All trees will be collected and chipped for compost by NKU. Click here for a list of approved sites.
Bellevue Moments
The average annual snowfall in Bellevue is 19.8" and on average the coolest month is January. The lowest recorded temperature in Bellevue was -22°F in 1994.


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: Remember to call Campbell County Dispatch at (859) 292-3622 if you see any suspicious activity. And always call 911 for emergencies.