Bellevue, Ohio - Facts & Figures
Bellevue, OH was established in 1815 by a small group from New York State. It grew quickly, opening businesses acquiring land and adding people. It is only a 20 minute drive from Lake Erie, which adds to the draw of Bellevue for living and visiting. It has been declared a Tree City USA by The National Arbor Day Foundation. Bellevue spans four counties, one of few municipalities in the whole country to do so. Henry Morrison Flagler lived in Bellevue when he joined John D. Rockefeller to start Standard Oil. Today, Bellevue is a hub for the Norfolk Southern Railway, who has a huge yard in Bellevue. By rail, Bellevue is connected to Cleveland, Sandusky, Toledo, Columbus, Fort Wayne Indiana, and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
- Population: 8180
- Industries: Manufacturing; Transportation and warehousing; Construction; Accommodation and food services; Retail trade; Other services, except public administration; Health care and social assistance
- Area Codes: 419, 567
- Zip Codes: 44811
- Surrounding Cities: Lorain, OH; Toledo, OH; Chicago, IL; Clyde, OH; Monroeville, OH; Castalia, OH; Green Springs, OH; Norwalk, OH; Milan, OH; Sandusky South, OH; Bay View, OH