Search
  • A+
  • A-
  • NEWS
  • EVENTS

Parks, Recreation and Forestry

Village of Bellevue » Departments » Parks, Recreation and Forestry

Department Logo
The Village of Bellevue Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is responsible for providing recreational programs and activities for youth, adults and seniors.

In addition, the department is responsible for 13 park and open space areas totaling over 326 acres of which approximately 100 acres have been developed for public use in the form of athletic facilities, shelters, playgrounds, walking trails, etc.

Other major responsibilities include routine maintenance of facilities & equipment, providing support services for community special events, park development and managing the Village's urban forest.

Mission

Bellevue Parks, Recreation and Forestry provides essential community park, recreation & urban forestry services through quality driven, citizen-focused and fiscally responsible efforts.

Department Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

To learn more about the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department, download a copy of the 2016 Annual Report.

  • News
  • Events
  • April 4th Spring Election

    April 4th Spring Election

    March 16, 2017

    The Spring Election will be held on Tuesday, Apri

    Read more
  • Welcome to Bellevue Packet

    Welcome to Bellevue Packet

    March 16, 2017

    If you are a new resident to the Village of Belle

    Read more
  • Summer Camp Registration

    Summer Camp Registration

    March 01, 2017

    2017 Summer Camp sign-up is currently in progress

    Read more
  • 2017 Dog Licenses

    2017 Dog Licenses

    January 11, 2017

    Are you harboring a fugitive? You may be if you h

    Read more
  • Winter Parking Rules In Effect

    Winter Parking Rules In Effect

    November 08, 2016

    Village of Bellevue winter parking restrictions h

    Read more
  • Easter Egg Bonanza April 8th

    Easter Egg Bonanza April 8th

    January 01, 1800

    Bellevue Easter Egg Bonanza is a free event for c

    Read more