Who We Are:
Our mission is to celebrate Bellevue’s unique community and welcome others to join us as we cultivate a more vibrant place to live, worship and shop.
On behalf of our group of engaged citizens invested in the growth, diversity, and beauty of our borough, we invite you to live, worship, and shop in Bona Fide Bellevue.
Recognize the distinctive combination of features that make Bellevue a prime representation of neighborhood living in the Pittsburgh area.
Value all viewpoints and encourage an open exchange of ideas and dialogue between all members of our community.
Focus on fostering our thriving residential and business districts through community-driven improvement.
Building a safe and friendly community for people from all walks of life who live, work, and play in Bellevue.
Welcome community participation and partnership by individuals, organizations, and local government.
Bellevue Farmers Market
Improve the Vue
DEI Award & Scholarship
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Building a Better Bellevue Since 2008
In 2008, a group of enthusiastic citizens met to envision how they could reinvigorate Bellevue and make it one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Pittsburgh. Together, the community and Bona Fide Bellevue have experienced many successes over the past years. We look forward to even more in the bright future. We encourage you, our neighbor, to become involved in making our vision for Bellevue a reality.
Bona Fide Bellevue stands with those in our community and around the world who work to combat racial injustice. We strive to create genuine dialogue around the ideas of race and representation, and to take meaningful actions to better reflect the needs of all our citizens.
Bona Fide News
For our final spotlight on volunteers from a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, today we speak with Sister Jessica Rowberry.
Today we continue spotlighting a group of volunteers who happen to be on a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by getting to know Elder Carnesecca.
Today we continue spotlighting a group of volunteers who happen to be on a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by getting to know Sister Daisy Bailey.