NEWS Parade route announced for Bellevue police officer killed in motorcycle accident


Officer Jordan Jackson was killed in the line of duty last month when a car hit his motorcycle. A caravan of law enforcement officers, civic leaders and his family will lead a march through Bellevue East on Tuesday in honor of his service.

The line will start at around 11.15am and will cross Bellevue Street before arriving at Meydenbauer Center service starting at 1pm

Bellevue police officer dies after motorcycle crash

Jackson, 34, has been a member of the Bellevue Police Department (BPD) since 2018.

Jackson spent two years on the force before moving to the traffic department as a motorcycle officer.

Prior to joining BPD, Jackson was an EMT, volunteer firefighter and member of the King County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Volunteer K-9 Team.

According to Bellevue Police, here’s the route’s breakdown:

  • The route starts at 148day Avenue SE and SE 16day street, heading north
  • Turn west on NE 8day street
  • Northbound 120day Northeast Avenue
  • NE 12 westday street
  • South 112day NE boulevard until reaching the center of Meydenbauer

Officer Jackson’s family and members of the Bellevue Police Vehicle will arrive at the Maidenbauer Center and Bellevue City Hall to conclude this portion of the march, according to the BPD. All other vehicles in the parade will continue to follow the route below to designated parking lots at the South Bellevue Transit Center.

  • Merge southbound on Interstate 405 at NE 8day street
  • Head west on I-90
  • Go north on Bellevue Way to South Bellevue Transit Center

Temporary closures of up to 15 minutes at a time are expected along the parade route, with extended road closures near the center of Meydenbauer.

You can read more about the parade route here.

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