Welcome to Streets are for Everyone (SAFE), Bellevue’s Neighborhood Traffic Safety Blog. Here you will find information, resources, and ways to connect with Bellevue city staff and residents that can help make your streets a safer place to drive while improving livability in your neighborhood!
You have rich knowledge of your neighborhood and its streets. Combined with the technical and engineering expertise of city staff, residents can work staff to address any traffic safety concern.
The first step to alerting staff about a traffic safety concern is by completing a request for action
(RFA) form, found on the City of Bellevue website
. There you will identify the concern and location and staff will get back to you with the next step in fixing the issue.
In the future, this blog will be home to tips that can make your neighborhood a safer place to live, links to articles and stories about traffic safety concerns, services that the city offers to make neighborhood streets safer, and more. In the meantime, be sure to connect with other City of Bellevue social media
(on the right side of this page) to keep current on issues and events in the city.
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