Bellaire, TX News
The re-striping of South Rice Avenue between Linden and Aspen Streets is scheduled to begin the week of July 6.
Governor Greg Abbott issued the following order effective at 12:01 p.m. on July 3, 2020:
There will be no solid waste service on Friday, July 3.
The public hearing scheduled at 6:00 p.m. on July 6, 2020 has been postponed until at least August.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses the rise of the COVID threat level to Severe and how that affects Bellaire’s services.
Level one signifies a severe and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in Harris County.
The cancellation is a result of rising COVID-19 cases.
Last night, the Bastrop City Council publicly announced their newly hired city manager, Paul Hofmann.”
A staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
The hearing will discuss an application filed by HISD to build baseball and softball facilities for BHS.
The June 23 new episode will rebroadcast a segment about Robbie Tolan.
Harris County Public Health has been contacted regarding contact tracing.
After much deliberation, Bellaire City Council unanimously voted to return Rice Ave. to it’s original configuration.
The City of Bellaire has opened the play structures in Bellaire parks.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses “Continuous Improvement and Best Practices in Police Use of Force”.
The Bellaire City Library is excited to announce they will open on June 3 per the 25% capacity limit.
The City of Bellaire Parks, Recreation and Facilities Department will be expanding the pool schedule in the coming weeks.
The hearing concerns the operation of a restaurant and catering business.
The Friends of the Bellaire Library invites you to vote for the Fan Favorite Bookmark from their recent Bookmark Contest.
In recognition of the Memorial Day Holiday, all City Offices will be closed and there will be no solid waste service on Monday, May 25, 2020.
The Center’s two Discovery Rooms will be reopening slowly and with added precautions.
TxDOT’s original plans were to not reopen the Fournace exit from 610 as part of the reconstruction of the interchange.
Residents are encouraged to hang the ribbons from their front yards in support of front line workers
Join your Bellaire neighbors and celebrate graduating high school seniors.
NDC Staff have been making Facebook Live videos of animal encounters, feeding times, walks in the park, and Nature Story Time.
COVID-19 Responders and WWII Veterans will be honored in two special flyovers, May 6 and 8.
The library remains closed to the public for your safety until further notice.
Governor Abbott’s plan to re-open the Texas economy was outlined in the “Report to Open Texas” on April 27, 2020.
The Bellaire Parks and Recreation Department staff have been active this past month installing playground equipment donated by PATRONS.
Lesley Robbins, a local Bellaire resident, is known to her friends as a woman who “does it all.”
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced that all Harris County parks will close this weekend.
The Give InKind site allows anyone to sign up to have catered meals delivered to a designated hospital.
The Bellaire City Council voted unanimously to postpone the Special Election previously ordered to be held on May 2.
These measures are being taken to protect the public health, slow the progression of this virus and protect our service providers.
The Bellaire Police Department is implementing a new program to assist senior citizens and those with disabilities in getting groceries and the medication they need.
Tonight’s meeting is still on, but the schedule for upcoming meetings could be impacted.
“Blessing of the Animals” will take place on the front lawn of the church from noon to 2:00 p.m, and “Evelyn’s Bark” will happen across the street from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
The City has canceled or postponed multiple events due the the Coronavirus.
Due to the growing concerns around COVID-19 and it’s potential threat, the Board has made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person component of Wine and Tapas 2020.
You do Not need to boil water in Bellaire or West U.
Jean Griswold Foundation recognizes Senior Rides and More for supporting local seniors and residents in need.
Senior Rides and More has received a grant from Griswold Home Care’s charitable foundation for its work to promote senior independent living, health, and safety.
In his latest blog post Mayor Friedberg points out the many problems with the resident created charter amendment petition that has resulted in a Special Election on sidewalks.
Children can discover these colorful playground equipment Story Balls when visiting Loftin, Mulberry, and Lafayette Parks.
The website is hosted by ARKK Engineers.
New this year. a State of the City Report accompanied the presentation.
Watch this video presented by Patrons for Bellaire Parks.
The new H-E-B Meyerland Market will be open daily from 6am – Midnight.
One measure the district is exploring includes using metal detectors as a screening measure for entry onto campuses.
The Keels & Wheels Concours d’Elegance is now accepting classic car, boat and vintage motorcycle entries.
Entry forms for the 2020 Keels & Wheels are available online here and must be submitted no later than March 6, 2020.
The Alumni & Friends of Bellaire High School has set up a scholarship fund in memory of Cesar Cortes.
The scholarship fund will be awarded to a graduating Bellaire High School JROTC student.