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Bellevue, WA City Information

Population / Demographics / Quality of Life

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Statistical data on Bellevue neighborhoods and outlying areas

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Population / Demographics Bellevue

County: King County

Bellevue is Washington's fifth largest city located between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, a short drive from the Cascade Mountains. The city contains the Mercer Slough Nature Park, a 320 square mile preserve where residents can enjoy waterfront activities, including kayaking, all within view of the city's historic downtown and its high-rise skyline. Residents enjoy top area schools and a booming tech economy as well as arts, fine dining, and the unending parks throughout the city. It is home to a wide-ranging arts and crafts fair during July and a sculpture park that remains a tourist destination for anyone visiting. It's culture, boutique shops, and active community help the city maintain its small-town feel despite the thriving downtown.

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Population of Bellevue

At 2010 census: 122,363 2016/17 estimates: 141,400

Demographics of Bellevue

White 54.7%
Asian 31.2%
Hispanic 7.1%
African American/Black 2.2%
Multiracial/Other 4.8%
(Source: /profile/geo/bellevue-wa/#demographics")

Bellevue Economy

Unemployment rate - 3.4%
Job growth of 3.35%
Future job growth (Annually) - predicted to be 2.67%
(Source by: Data USA)

Property Tax - Average King County - 1.025%
(Source by:

Top 5 King County Employers

1.The Boeing Co. - Defense
2.Microsoft Corp. - Tech
3.University of Washington - Public Inc. - Retail
5.King County Government - Public

King County Voting

Republican - 28.51%
Democrat - 69.07%
Independent - 2.42%
(Source: Voting / Bellevue, WA)

Bellevue Median Housing Cost


Highest/Lowest Temps

January low - 37
January high - 47
July low - 56
July high - 76

Notable Things To Do In or Near Bellevue

• Marymoor Park
• Lake Washington
• Seattle
• Kirkland Waterfront
• Snoqualmie Pass
• San Juan Islands
• Whistler-Blackcomb Ski Resort, B.C. Canada

Distance from Bellevue in Miles

Bellevue to Seattle: (via I-90 W) 12 min - 18 min (10 miles)

Bellevue to Vancouver, BC: (via I-5 N) 2 h 10 min - 3 h 10 min (143 miles)

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