Bellevue is a quiet, and relaxing town residing on the great Mississippi River. Historic small towns have lots of great, amazing history.

The Blackhawk Indians were the first to settle in Bellevue. Americans began moving westward, and settled here around 1833. Most figured this would a be a great area to settle in because of the river being so close.

These early settlers were the ones who formed “Bell View”. The spelling of the town’s name was later changed to “Bell Vue” which literally means, “Beautiful View”. In time, the two words were united.

Bellevue is one of the oldest cities in Jackson County and one of the five oldest cities in Iowa. With many historical places, and lots of enjoyable things to do; Bellevue is no doubt, a great place to live.

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Public Notices

 

The City of Bellevue will be accepting applications for the following positions:

MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL

Lifeguard and Head guard positions at the Bellevue Swimming Pool

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Seasonal General Laborer – Seasonal summer worker. Applicant will assist Public

Works Department in street maintenance, park maintenance, garbage and recycling

collection. Applicants must be 18 years of age and possess a valid Iowa Drivers license.

MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT

Seasonal General Laborer – Seasonal summer worker. Applicant will assist Utility

Department in grass cutting, maintenance and other duties as assigned.

Applicants must be 18 years of age and possess a valid Iowa Drivers license.

Applications for these positions are available at the City Clerks Office at 106 N. Third

Street and are due by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 9, 2015. For more information contact

City Hall at (563) 872-4456. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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