Bellaire, TX News
Stop by the post-race party in Bellaire Town Square for food, music, and more!
Police Chief Lopez made a presentation for Council and discussed the pros and cons of two potential sites for the pound.
Four businesses were targeted by theives.
The Marathon is Sunday, January 15.
Bellaire Parks and Recreation is introducing their first-ever spring youth volleyball league as well as the first Spring Break Camp Paseo.
The City of Bellaire Daddy Daughter Dance is February 4. You must pre register to attend so sign up now as space is limited.
This year, our Martini Party will be action-packed, as the theme is “Night At The Casino!”
There will be no trash pickup this day.
Art Colony Association, Inc. will announce Middle School Student Finalists for Bayou City Art Festival.
Finalists will be announced at the 10th Annual Middle School Art Competition at the “Art in the Middle” reception on Saturday, February 11, 2023.
Nature Discovery Center Discovery Rooms will be open to the public again starting Tuesday, January 10th.
They will be opening with limited hours for now on a trial basis.
There will be no trash pickup Monday, January 2.
There will be no trash pickup Friday or Monday.
Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 31, 2022.
At no time during the event did Bellaire’s system pressures drop below required levels, and testing performed Sunday and yesterday all came back within acceptable water quality parameters.
Upon further investigation, it was determined that events in the City of Houston’s Main Public Water System did not impact water quality in the City of Bellaire’s Public Water System.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg talks about relocating the Bellaire Pound when the City builds the new facility.
The City of Bellaire has issued a boil water notice.
All City Offices including the Library and Recreation Center will be closed and there will be no solid waste services.
Camp dates are December 27-30 and January 3-6.
The traditional Veterans Day Ceremony will be held on Friday, November 11 at 10 am. The American Heroes Parade will begin at 11:30 am.
There will be no solid waste services on Friday, November 11,
Bellaire residents are invited to enter the Third Annual City of Bellaire Calendar Photo Contest. Entries will be accepted through December 2.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses the need for a Comprehensive Plan Review and how important resident input is.
This foodie extravaganza will feature a roster of beloved area restaurants as well as some highly anticipated newcomers to the area restaurant scene.
Bellaire has seen an influx of new restaurants recently with more on the way.
Today is a sad day for the Bellaire students, teachers, parents, community, and HISD.
Mayor Friedberg discusses Bellaire’s FY2023 budget and how well this year’s budget process went.
Mayor Friedberg gives an update on the FEMS CRS rating for Bellaire.
Houston Methodist presented a concept to P&Z for a medical building on the former Randalls property.
Representatives for Houston Methodist presented three different concepts for a medical office building and parking garage.
Mayor Friedberg talks about the 11-foot section of a World Trade Center I-beam that was donated to the City of Bellaire in 2017.
The City of Bellaire and the Bellaire Culture and Arts Board presents a breathtaking exhibition featuring photographic imagery from artist Paul Swen. The show premiers on September 24, 2022, at the Bellaire Civic Center.
There will be no solid waste pickup.
Each nonprofit will benefit from a portion of the proceeds from the event.
BCA participants will have the opportunity to observe, ask questions, see equipment and facilities, and meet the city staff responsible for all city operations.
The City of Bellaire FY2023 Proposed Budget was presented to City Council on July 18, 2022.
This training will be conducted Saturday and Sunday, between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
You may hear simulated gunfire near the training site during this time.
Bellaire Mayor Andrew Friedberg introduced the City’s new City Manager in his latest blog post.
Congrats to Bellaire Little League!
An alert off-duty Bellaire Police Officer spotted a burglary suspect on his way home, after responding earlier to a burglary at New York Eatery.
Congratulations to the Bellaire Little League 2022 11U Team!
There were no injuries.
Effective Thursday, June 23 the City has entered Stage 2 of the Drought Contingency Plan.
The recreation center will also be closed and there will be no trash pickup.
The City of Bellaire has received the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers Award of Honor in the Best Recurring Event category for Planting Palooza – 30 Days of Planting.
Bellaire Culture & Arts Board seeks Artists and Vendors for the November 12th Arts and Crafts Festival!
The Culture and Arts Board is seeking local artists, crafters, vendors, and exhibitors who would like to participate.
The City of Bellaire has received the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its fiscal year 2020 annual comprehensive financial report.
Bellaire City Staff is currently researching options and developing proposals for a new pound to be considered sooner than originally contemplated.
Books donated will be sold at used book sales by the Friends of the Bellaire Library to help support programming for the Bellaire City Library.
In observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, all City Offices will be closed and there will be no solid waste services on Monday, May 30.