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Bellevue Population: 5,959

Total Males: 2,957
Total Females: 3,002
Median Household Income: $50,656
Total Households: 2,562

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Brief Information About Bellevue


Bellevue is a city of Campbell county in the U.S. State of Kentucky. Bellevue is located beside the Ohio river. The city of Bellevue has a total area of about 1 sq. miles. It is located at the extreme north of the state and Bellevue is bordered by Dayton in the east, Newport to the West and Fort Thomas to the south. About two schools operate under the Independent school district of Bellevue. The media industry is also quite well developed in the area with a number of television stations and a local newspaper. Some notable people of the town are Eddie Hunter and Anthony Duell. Apart from education and media, locals are involved with tourism related industries.



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