BLOCK WATCH Information and Links

Block Watch: The Sherwood Forest Community Club and the Bellevue Police Department have joined forces to implement a Block Watch program for our neighborhood. FBI statistics show that a subdivision with an active Neighborhood Watch is 43% less likely to become a target of criminal activity. A number of resources outlining how to better protect your home is available on the links below. The SFCC plan is to make Block Watch ideas and information available to all the Block Hosts to convey to their block.

Block Watch Signs:  The installation of signs was voted on and approved at the annual 2010 SFCC meeting. SFCC purchased the signs, and the city installed them on intersections of 24th and 164th.

Feel free to email SFCC if you have any questions regarding SFCC Block Watch efforts.

SFCC Block Watch committee

SFCC Block Watch Links:

If your incident is an emergency or in progress, call 911. If non-emergency call 425-577-5656.

Bellevue Police Department – Report and Prevent Crime

Here’s a great story from King5 TV on how crooks break into a house:

Bellevue Police Department – Crime Prevention Handbook

Bellevue Police Department – SendHelp_Sign_for_your_CAR( download and print on yellow cardstock for your cars) BPD_CAR_SendHelp_Sign

Bellevue Emergency Preparedness

Map your neighborhood

Learn your hazards, make a plan, build kits, “two weeks ready” pamphlet

COVID-19 what you need to know

911 reports and maps now available on line

Bellevue Code Compliance information

Bellevue Neighborhood News