Fund Raising Goals


Restoration of the Tremont House is an ambitious undertaking.  There are three phases in the restoration of this historic landmark.  Phase I involves restoring the front façade to its original 1846 appearance.  New pillars will be placed at street level.  New 6-over-6 small-paned windows will be built and installed to replicate the originals.  Contractor Mark Smith of Premier Construction in Norwalk is leading the restoration work by shoring the building up and leveling the upper floors with heavy duty jacks.
The $100,000 funding in this challenge grant is a great start to the capital campaign to raise the $380,000 needed for Phase I.   John Feick, Sandusky, is working on the Architectural drawings to submit for building permits.
The Bellevue Historical Society's goal is to provide display space showcasing the collections that bring the history of Bellevue to life, and re-create the ambiance of the grand ballroom to host community events.  The Tremont House is an Anchor of Historic downtown Bellevue, and will fulfill that mission again, with your help.    See here how to Donate or Become a Member.

Coming Events

Event Sponsorship Forms

Chicken Dinner Drive-Thru Fundraiser

September 27, 2020

Below you will find information about sponsorships to this great Bellevue community event !

2020 Chicken Dinner Drive-Thru Fundraiser Sponsorship Letter