Population: 3,790
Percentage of City: 3 percent
Under 18: 713 (18.8 percent of the area)
Housing Units: 1,914

Bellevue’s historic Wilburton neighborhood is an enclave of single-family and multifamily housing known for its rich history and its parks and wooded areas. with close proximity to downtown Bellevue, Wilburton is also surrounded by major parks, including the acclaimed Bellevue Botanical Gardens and the 160-acre Kelsey Creek Park. Wilburton provides a strong community and a place to call home near the heart of Bellevue, but with the quiet of a residential neighborhood.

The Wilburton neighborhood area reflects Bellevue’s past and its future. With the historic Wilburton Trestle on the south, it promises to be a key landmark for the  development of the north-south EasTrail walking and biking corridor. Wilburton’s business district will provide the destination for the Grand Connection linking to the pedestrian corridor across I-405, through downtown to Meydenbauer Bay. The Wilburton light rail station on NE 8th will provide easy access around the region.