Bellevue (Nebraska)

Bellevue, is a small town in Sarpy County, Nebraska, just south of Omaha and west of the Missouri river. It is the oldest town in Nebraska and the oldest town west of the Missouri river. It is known for being the historical home to Strategic Air Command and, today, US Strategic Command.

Get in

The primary north-south arteries are Highway 75 (the Kennedy Freeway) and Fort Crook Road. Both roads link to Interstate 80 north of Bellevue in South Omaha. Highway 370 and Cornhusker Road are major east-west arterials. Interstate 29, in Iowa, can be reached by following Highway 370 through Olde Towne Bellevue and crossing the Missouri River.

Get around

There are three main roads that will lead you around Bellevue. The oldest being Mission Ave. This will take you through Bellevue's historic Olde Towne area. Cornhusker Road will take you through one of the newer parts of town, Wolf Creek. Highway 370 will take you past the Twin Creek area.







Go next

Head north to Omaha and check the booming riverfront area or head south to Lincoln and catch a Huskers game.

Routes through Bellevue

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