Bellevue: A Noteworthy Nebraskan Suburb
Located just ten miles south of Omaha, Bellevue is the state’s oldest continuously operating city. Home to just over 50,000 residents, Bellevue is a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Offering the serenity of suburban living and all the excitement characteristic of urban environments, it’s little wonder why Bellevue is one of the best places to live in Nebraska. Bellevue residents enjoy excellent school systems, beautiful parks and recreational areas, and a short, fifteen-minute commute to Downtown Omaha, where employment opportunities abound. Bellevue is also home to Sarpy County Museum, which houses artifacts from the area’s early days; Gifford Farm that aims to help children and visitors learn about Nebraska farming; and Fontenelle Forest, a revered for its 1,400-acre forest, nature center, hiking trails, and more.