Apply for the Citizens Police Academy, See photos from the Drink in the Vue fundraiser, Get curb appeal tips, etc.
NEW Citizens Police Academy
The Bellevue and Dayton Police Departments are co-hosting a Citizens Police Academy beginning November 1st. The classes will go from 7pm to 9:30pm on Thursday evenings for 6 weeks (skipping Thanksgiving Day). The academy curriculum will include educating citizens on current drug laws, teaching them what to look for, and showing them how they can assist police in drug investigations. Participants must be at least 18 years of age. Participants will also learn how to protect their valuables, learn some basic defensive tactics and will be encouraged to participate in a ride along.
Each department will enlist 10 citizens from their city to participate. Enrollment is open to residents or employees of Bellevue. Interested citizens can pick up an application at Bellevue PD or call the administrative office of the PD at 859-261-1122 and Sgt. Hampton can drop off an application to you during her shift. Applications are due as soon as possible. Click here for the application

News & Events
Drink in the Vue was a success!
Thanks to all for attending and helping at the 1st Annual Drink in the Vue Fundraiser sponsored by the Bellevue Neighborhood Association. The event was a success and had a great turnout. Thank you to the following for their generous support and donations: Beer House Distributors, Bellevue Beadery, Bellevue Bistro, City of Bellevue, Cleves & Lonnemann Jewelers, Constance Sanders Photography, Front Door Gardens, G-Photographics, Gold Star Chili, Interior Visions, One Stop Liquor, Petri's Flowers, Musician: George LaVingne, Mike and Kathy Almoslechner, Kathy Barrett, Mildred Faust, Jerry and Linda Fields, Phil and Mary Hagner, Ben and Katie Lauer, Jessica Miller, Tom Wiethorn, and Diane Witte. We're looking forward to another fantastic event next year! Click here to see photos
Photo Provided by: Constance Sanders Photography

Tips & Tricks
The Value of Curb Appeal
Step back from your home, assess from the street, what is your impression? What does it say about the family that lives in your house? Many of us do not really “look” at our homes, we take them for granted, never truly determining what message and value it exhibits.
Cooler weather gives us the energy to paint, plant, clean and refresh. Here are some ideas to get you started:
• Paint your front door an attractive color that adds a “pop” to your entry.
• Power wash your porch and sidewalk to give it the “just poured” look.
• Cleaning doors and windows will make your house shine.
• Spray paint your chain link fence black and it will almost disappear.
• Fall is the best time to plant new shrubs and trees. Prices are at their lowest in the fall.
Provided by: Front Door Home & Garden
Other News
Community Workshop
Engage in your community's planning process tonight, October 25th from 6:15pm to 8:30pm at the Callahan Center. Refreshments will be provided. Read More
Shop Bellevue!
Come down to the Avenue Friday, November 2nd for Shop Bellevue from 6pm to 9pm and enjoy live music at the Turkey Jam. More Details
Fall Clean-Up
Dumpsters are located on Van Voast by the City Building Parking Lot for residents to dispose of unwanted items. Fall Clean-Up is going on now thru Saturday, October 26th.
Police Update
The month of September saw a return to normal call/run volumes as summer comes to a close. There were no reported burglaries for the entire month of September. However, thefts of copper downspouts did spike. The good news is that a suspect was arrested and has been charged.
Provided by: Police Chief Wayne Turner
Bellevue Moments

Note the new time for trick-or-treating…

Trick or Treat will be held on Wednesday, October 31st from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. 

Enjoy the evening with your family and neighbors and please be safe with the increased foot traffic in the neighborhood!


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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.