About Bellevue, WA
One of the Best Places to Live 

As the largest suburb of Seattle, Bellevue is one of the most popular cities in Washington. With 133,993 people, Bellevue is the second largest city in Washington State, and has over 35,000 employees and 5,000 residents. Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, there is an average low temperature of 46 degrees, average of high of 60 degrees, and roughly 35 inches of rain annually.

The weather doesn’t hold residents back from loving life in Bellevue! Bellevue is full of fun recreational opportunities. In fact, there are more than 2,500 acres of parks in the Bellevue area.

There are also multiple museums of interest, such as the Bellevue Arts Museum, and the KidsQuest Children’s Museum.
Bellevue is a only a short drive away from several other popular cities of Washington such as Seattle, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Issaquah, and several others. King County Metro and Sound Transit serve as the regional transit system.

The economy in Bellevue is doing very well, due to its nearness to the home of Microsoft, and Nintendo, as well as its access to Seattle. Bellevue is a popular city where headquarters of various technology companies are located. The four major shopping centers are key in making Bellevue the popular city that it is.

The economy in Bellevue is doing exceedingly well, thanks to its nearness to the home of Microsoft, Nintendo and other various technology companies headquartered in the city. There are also four major shopping centers, hundreds of restaurants and a live night scene, helping make Bellevue the popular city that it is.

Bellevue has two colleges, Bellevue College with 37,000 students, and the City University of Seattle with almost 8,000 students. There many opportunities for alternative education, such as private schools, Montessori schools, two alternative high schools, Christian schools, and the Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle. Bellevue offers an impressive high school education, and has 5 high schools ranked in the top 100 best public high schools in the nation.

Bellevue is a great place to visit, as well as to live. The city draws everyone in, from college students to entrepreneurs. With the great city scenery and exciting city life, it’s no wonder the city ranks so highly as Washington’s 4th best place to live.