Bridle Trails Schools 3048 140th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Bridle Trails Schools offers childcare and educational programs for children ages one through kindergarten. The…More curriculum includes reading, social studies, art, music and etiquette training, and the Russian language is incorporated into all aspects of the curriculum. Bridle Trails is located in a residential setting and includes an animal farm, flower and vegetable gardens, and four acres of outdoor space.
Bridle Trails Insurance Agency 16301 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98008 Bridle Trails Insurance Agency is an independent insurance brokerage operating in Bellevue. It features a wide array of…More property and casualty risk aversion products for personal and commercial clients from a number of national and regional insurance providers.
Brandenwood Senior Apartments 14520 NE 40th St, Bellevue, WA98007 The Brandenwood Senior Apartments is an apartment community specifically designed for seniors. It is located in a very…More serene setting, sitting on the very edge of the Bridle Trails community. Each unit is a one-bedroom, one-bath space with modern appliances and fixtures. Units also come fully equipped with washer/dryer, Internet and reserved parking for each owner.
The Bellevue Fire Department is run through the City of Bellevue and has nine different fire stations throughout the…More city:
Station One (Downtown/West Bellevue) – 766 Bellevue Way SE
Station Two (Eastgate/Lake Hills/W. Lake Sammamish) – 2802 148th Ave. SE
Station Three (Crossroads/Northeast Bellevue) – 16100 NE Eighth St.
Station Four (Factoria/Somerset) – 4216 Factoria Blvd. SE
Station Five (Northwest Bellevue) – 9621 NE 24th St.
Station Six (Bridle Trails/Wilburton) – 1850 132nd Ave. NE
Station Seven (Wilburton/Woodridge) – 11900 SE Eighth St.
Station Eight (Eastgate/Cougar Mountain) – 5701 Lakemont Blvd. SE
Station Nine (Newport) – 12412 SE 69th Way
All are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Bellevue Fire Department also runs four Medic One units, which provide emergency medical response.
There are almost 250 firefighters and paramedics throughout Bellevue. According to fire department figures in 2009, the fire department responded to more than 17,000 fires, emergency medical calls and other calls in the city and in surrounding communities that contract with the fire department.
In emergencies, residents are asked to call 9-1-1 on their phones.