The Village issued 26 permits for the month of December for a total permitted value of $1,553,172. The total for the 2017 was $32,208,631 and 492 permits issued. This compares to 481 permits issued for a value of $18,996,16 for 2016. The $32,208,631 permitted in 2017 is the sixth highest value ever permitted in the history of the Village of Bellevue and the highest since 2008. The 492 permits issued for 2017 was the highest total since 2007.
For the year, the Village issued 38 single-family permits with a total value of $8,249,500 (average of $217,092 per home). In 2016 a total of 30 single-family permits were issued with a total value of $5,578,041 (average of $185,934 per home). The 38 single-family permits issued in 2017 was the highest number since 2009. The Village has two new subdivisions proposed to start in 2018 bringing in 78 new single-family lots.
The largest permit issued for December of 2017 was for an expansion at Carnivore Meat Company valued at $530,000. The largest permit issued this past year was for the Dorsch Ford expansion that is currently under construction at $5,000,000.