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Overview of Bellevue

Nestled on the Nebraska-Iowa border, the city of Bellevue, NE is a great place to call home. Bellevue was ranked No. 37 on CNN/Money's 2012 list of America's Best Small Cities for its beautiful views, low unemployment rate, and green living initiatives. Approximately 52,000 people live here and enjoy a family-friendly environment with waterfront attractions on the Missouri River. Search for Bellevue apartments for rent, and find Midwestern hospitality in the heart of the Great Plains.

Living in Bellevue, NE

Bellevue was settled in 1822 when Joshua Pilcher, president of the Missouri Fur Company, built a fur trading post in the area. The trade declined in the middle of the century, allowing a mixed economy and building boom to thrive in eastern Nebraska.

Today, Bellevue promotes an environment of friendliness and welcome. As Nebraska's oldest city, Bellevue's atmosphere allows residents to be proud of their heritage but embrace the latest entertainment and lifestyle trends. Bellevue has many tree-lined streets that give the city a park-like atmosphere and strengthen local sustainability initiatives. With great public education systems, paved and wooded trails, and a thriving business environment, the city has something to offer to families of all ages. Local residents also enjoy low living expenses, as the city's cost of living index of 91 is below the United States average.

Bellevue Attractions and Special Events

Fontenelle Forest Nature Center is located in Bellevue, and functions as one of the largest private nature centers in the United States. With two nature centers and more than 2,000 acres of prairie, forest, and wetlands, the park allows visitors to enjoy the beautiful serenity of nature. Sarpy County Museum is another local favorite, and celebrates the history of Nebraska's settlement and expansion with numerous exhibits and artifacts. Residents here also enjoy many exciting events in Sarpy County, including the Bellevue Strawberry Festival, Nebraska Renaissance Faire, and Midlands Pirate Festival.

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