Welcome to the Bridle Trails Community Club Website
SAVE THE DATE
The Bridle Trails Community Club will hold General Meetings at 7:00pm at Cherry Crest Elementary School on following dates:
•May 21, 2015
Please join us and meet other Bridle Trails residents. Meanwhile, if you want to receive our email bulletins on up-to-date happenings in our community, please email BridleTrailsRover@gmail.com with your name, phone number, and mailing address.
BRIDLE TRAILS CORNER
After several years of BTCC members working with the
City, we are pleased that the Bridle Trails Corner Park is finished and open as
of January 2015.
Grab your neighbors and walk on over to the Grand Opening of Bridle Trails Corner Park on Saturday, May 2. Stop by anytime between 1pm and 4pm.
Bridle Trails Corner Park
2402 134th Avenue NE
Saturday, May 2, 1-4pm, rain or shine
You're invited to explore the park, enjoy some treats, and
join your neighbors in fun activities.
Volunteers are needed. Please contact Allison O'Mohony at
Limited parking is available, courtesy of Westminster Chapel, 13646 NE 24th St.
The City of Bellevue is updating the City
Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) which is
the long range plan for Bellevue's future. It also sets the legal framework for the City's zoning. The draft has recently been released and the City is in the process of soliciting public input. You can participate by visiting the "online open house" through March 3.
Bellevue residents seeking to improve their neighborhoods can obtain up to$5,000 in matching grants from the city. The money is available for projectssuch as an upgrade to an entry or common area, new mailboxes or neighborhood signs, or a community art project. To qualify, neighbors need to provide 50 percent of the project cost in dollars or labor, and the project must be approved by the city.
On this site, you will find information about the Bridle Trails neighborhood, and about events and topics relevant to the Bridle Trails community.