Town of Beaux Arts Village
ZONING CODE AMENDMENTS: At their January meeting, the Town Council passed amendments to the Town's Zoning Code based on recommendations made by the Planning Commission. These amendments are already incorporated into the Town's Municipal Code. To review a redline version outlining the changes, click here.
NEW TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS THROUGH SOUTH BELLEVUE: Bellevue recently mailed this flyer to residents of Enatai and Beaux Arts outlining a pilot program for traffic restrictions along Bellevue Way and 108th Ave SE that will impact the flow of vehicles through our area. The flyer asks that feedback during the pilot be offered through the website at www.bellevuewa.gov/ELtraffic to help the Bellevue Transportation Department evaluate the pilot's effectiveness. You can also contact the parties listed on the flyer to offer feedback.
TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION: Have you seen the traffic-data collection wires in the streets at the entrances to the Village? The Council recently purchased and installed equipment that counts the number of cars entering Beaux Arts, so that they can be aware in real time of the volume of cut-through traffic in our vicinity caused by construction on South Bellevue Way. The Council will evaluate the data collected, use it to guide decisions about the need to take action, and employ it to back up our correspondence about the need for traffic mitigation with both the City of Bellevue and Sound Transit during their respective construction projects.
EAST LINK UPDATE: For up-to-date information about Sound Transit's East Link project, visit http://www.soundtransit.org/eastlink, sign-up for alerts at http://www.soundtransit.org/Subscribe-to-alerts, or check the East Link online events calendar for notice of upcoming participation opportunities. For information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900 / TTY Relay: 711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may contact Sound Transit Community Outreach by email at email@example.com or by phone at 206-398-LINK with any other questions.
TRAFFIC MITIGATION: The City of Bellevue Transportation Department and Sound Transit's East Link Light Rail group are tasked with monitoring the traffic impacts that result from the East Link project. Please visit http://www.ci.bellevue.wa.us/light-rail.htm for up-to-date information.
The South Bellevue Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Committee is specifically focused on traffic impacts in the greater Enatai area. Please visit http://www.ci.bellevue.wa.us/12292.htm for up-to-date information about that committee's work.
The Beaux Arts Council is reviewing ways of evaluating the volume and impact of traffic cutting through Beaux Arts during Sound Transit's construction. At their April 2017 meeting, they authorized the purchase of traffic counters that will be used to establish the current volume of traffic using both 108th Ave SE and the 104th/SE28th/105th SE arterial. After the baseline counts are obtained, periodic counts will be taken so that the Council can evaluate volume changes and determine appropriate action.
WHICH MAILBOX IS WHICH? There continues to be a lot of confusion
about which box to use for various payments, correspondence, and outgoing mail.
Here is a brief reminder about which box to use:
WHICH MAILBOX IS WHICH? There continues to be a lot of confusion about which box to use for various payments, correspondence, and outgoing mail. Here is a brief reminder about which box to use:
Please remember that the Town of Beaux Arts Village and the Western Academy of Beaux Arts are two completely separate entities. Each employs its own clerks to conduct business in their own spaces. If you place mail for one entity in the box of the other, the clerks will do their best to place your mail in the correct box in a timely manner. But delays are inevitable, so please use the correct box to avoid possible late charges and/or lost mail.
ZIP+4 LOOKUP: Beaux Arts will benefit greatly from recent changes in the way sales tax is collected and distributed in Washington State IF residents will use their ZIP+4 zip code for all online purchases and local purchases delivered to your home. If you don't already know your ZIP+4, please click here for a link to the lookup feature at www.USPS.com.
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