Separated from Seattle by Lake Washington, but just a 25-minute drive away, the city of Bellevue offers residents with a small-town vibe and a large assortment of entertainment options. Major media outlets have recognized Bellevue schools as being among the best in the country and the city is home to Bellevue College and City University of Seattle. The city’s thriving commercial districts host many technology companies that have helped Bellevue’s downtown develop quickly over the past decade. The annual Bellevue Arts and Crafts Fair has been held since 1947.
A booming Seattle suburb, Bellevue is become the "it" city to settle in and even landed #2 on our list of top places to live in the country. Discover what you'd enjoy with a move to this gorgeous town.
<p>Bellevue combines outdoor recreation, cultural amenities, diversity and nation-leading schools to create top livability.</p>
Community events are big in Bellevue, with festivals, restaurants and exhibits for residents to enjoy.
Bellevue, WA City Profile
|Latest Population Increase||95.35|
|Median Household Income||$94638|
|Median Home Price||$562000|
Bellevue , Schools
Bellevue, WA Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||79.6|
|Age 21 Over||77|
|Age 62 Over||17.2|
|Age 65 Over||14|
|Median Household Income||94638|
|Median Home Price||562000|
|Median Property Rent||1530|
|Worked at Home||7|