Bellaire, TX News
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.
The service will be held January 18, 2020 at West University Baptist Church from 2 to 5pm.
Cesar Cortes, 19, has been identified as the teen who was shot and killed at Bellaire High School.
The sixteen-year-old Bellaire High School shooting suspect is in custody and has been charged with manslaughter
We’re all shocked and devastated by this afternoon’s senseless tragedy at Bellaire High School.
Come together to stand strong as a community. Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m.
At 7:38 PM on January 14, 2020, the Bellaire Police arrested the suspect and a second person in connection with this case.
Patrons for Bellaire Parks invites you to save the date for our annual Martini Party Saturday, January 25th from 7-10 p.m.
There will be an installation ceremony for re-elected and newly elected members of the City Council.
The Christmas tree recycling program will be available to residents from December 26, 2019, until January 12, 2020.
The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA) has announced the Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park 2020 featured artist is McKenzie Fisk.
Mayor Friedberg has good news in his latest blog post. Bellaire city staff has been applying for multiple disaster recovery and mitigation grants and their hard work has paid off!
In recognition of the Christmas Holiday, all City Offices including the Library and Recreation Center will be closed December 24 – 25.
Two new Bellaire City Council members were elected in the December 14 runoff election.
Bellaire City Library will be closed on December 16 and 17 to complete some technology changeovers.
The City of Bellaire Joint Runoff Election will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019, from 7 am to 7 pm.
Last September Bellaire Police assisted West University Police in apprehending a burglary suspect with the help of a Mavic Zoom drone.
Early voting begins Wednesday, November 27 for City Council runoff elections.
In his latest blog post Mayor Friedberg says that after nearly a year “the Bellaire Master Drainage Concept Plan is off and running.”
Bellaire Police discuss incident involving Bellaire, Bissonnet, Chestnut, and Second Streets on 9/21.
On 11/21/2019 at 1:50 pm, a Bellaire Officer approached a vehicle that had no license plates parked at 5020 Bellaire.
The City is taking a proactive approach to improving local hazardous weather operations.
The City will hold a runoff election on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
Santa will be coming down your street in December!
Rover Oaks’ clients, friends and pet owners brought their dogs to pose for a picture with Santa Claus. Proceeds were donated to Shaggy Dog Rescue.
Bellaire voters re-elected Mayor Andrew Frieberg and elected a new council member for Council Position 2.
Bellaire residents will elect the Mayor and three Council Members today.
Tents-N-Town, the “Ultimate Urban Campout,” takes over the Great Lawn at Bellaire Town Square starting Saturday, November 2.
The City’s General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, for the purpose of electing a Mayor, and 3 Council Members.
The City is investigating an incident that was reported concerning dead bees.
Robbers are targeting women driving alone so be aware if your car is bumped by another driver.
These are not the official minutes of the meeting.
Early voting begins today for the November 5 election.
The entire City will be sprayed on Tuesdays only.