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.
Bellevue City Hall
1. BELLEVUE MUNICIPAL POOL – SWIMMING LESSONS & PASSES 2015
Session I: Session II: Mother-Tot – 5:00 p.m.
June 15 through June 26 July 6 through July 17 2 Sessions (June 15-26 & July 6-17)
1 child per adult
Cost $25.00 Cost $25.00 Cost $25.00/session
Payment due at sign-up Payment due at sign-up Payment due at sign-up
(Must be Age 4 & older) (Must be Age 4 & Older) (Up to 4 years of Age)
Registration will be at City Hall and lesson sizes will be limited to 8-9 – Openings will be on a first come – first serve basis. Please bring the child’s pass/fail sheets from last year.
Pool Passes: Family – $75.00 – Single $35.00 – Water Aerobics – $50.00 – Passes available at City Hall – Monday – Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
POOL WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY, MAY 30TH
2. Jackson County now has a Public Notification System. This notification system is beneficial on Boil Orders, Snow Emergencies, Power Outages, Internet Outage, Evacuation, ETC. If you would like to sign up to receive alerts via text message or email message. Please click the link below to sign up.
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