Sitting on the eastern border of Nebraska, Bellevue has been a well-established town in Nebraska for years, dating back to the 1830s when it was first established. Its history is probably the most consistent, being the longest, most continuous community in the state. Today, the town is home to over 52,600 residents and provides a bedroom community to the major urban center of Omaha.
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Bellevue offers family and those relocating to the area a solid package of a robust school system, a growing community, lots of development and employment, and a lower cost of living compared to other parts of the nation. Given the size of the town, Bellevue has more apartment opportunities that most communities of smaller sizes in the state. Most complexes have the standard range of one bedroom to three bedroom units. There is no shortage of units available in the area.
Education in Bellevue, NE
With thousands of students enrolled in various grades, the Bellevue Unified School District is made up of 28 schools. Currently, the total student population is over 18,500 students. The schools are broken down to 15 elementary schools, two immersion schools, five middle schools, four high schools, and two alternative schools for middle and high school students. Managing this educational process involves 1,100 teachers and 2,000 supporting staff.
In terms of higher education, the town has its own Bellevue University, which draws students from the greater region as well as out of state for attendance. There are also seven other universities and colleges within a 50 mile radius of Bellevue, and most of the institutions are under 20 miles in exact distance by car.
Business in Bellevue, NE
The town’s private business community represents the major part of employment in Bellevue. With a new freeway completely finished, Bellevue has enjoyed a significant increase in development and growth. The boom has contributed to almost a 50 percent growth of the town since the 1990s, and the three big industries include construction, retail, and manufacturing. Government and science industries are close behind as employers. Bellevue has also seen a boost in its medical healthcare industry as well with the construction of a new medical center in mid-2010. Additionally, the town is home to the Offut Air Force Base, which has its own population of employment just for operations and support, not to mention multiple contractors. No surprise, with all the resources available Bellevue's unemployment is very low at 4.5 percent.View Apartments in Bellevue, Nebraska
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