Bellaire, TX News
The request by Evelyn’s Park Conservancy pertains to a parking lot at 4300 Bellaire Blvd.
Nathan Maynor, owner of The Sugar Shop Bakery and Gifts in Bellaire, passed away Saturday November 14 after a long battle with COVID19.
The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, announces upcoming virtual presentations.
Bellaire City Council unanimously approved HISD’s amendment, with 20 conditions.
A person was shot around 1:30 am Sunday, November 8 as they drove on the West Loop.
In recognition of the Veterans Day Holiday, all City Offices including the Library and Recreation Center will be closed and there will be no recycling service or limbs and brush pick up on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
Over 10,000 Bellaire residents cast their votes in the Special Charter Amendment Election, November 3.
Election Day is November 3, 2020. Polling location hours are 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
The amendments are the result of a heated battle between residents on the subject of adding new sidewalks in Bellaire.
Every purchase helps support the Center as we strive to fulfill our mission during the ongoing pandemic.
Three amendments to the Bellaire City Charter are on the ballot November 3.
PATRONS for Bellaire Parks invites the community to join them for “Boos & Booze” a virtual Halloween visit to your Bellaire neighbors!
The City Engineer and his firm are not allowed to bid on, and do not provide engineering or other associated services to the City—other than as City Engineer.
The City of Bellaire will soon be installing automated license plate readers (ALPRs) along major thoroughfares to assist police in apprehending suspects and solving crimes.
The Public Works Department will endeavor to resume normally scheduled solid waste and recycling services on Wednesday, September 23.
If you need to travel, please view the list of Streets with HIgh Water in Bellaire.
Solid waste and recycling collection services will proceed as normal on Monday, weather permitting.
Created by a Bellaire resident, the organization sets out to create a common ground for citizens and Law Enforcement Officers.
To be eligible to vote in this year’s November election you must be registered to vote by October 5.
It is anticipated that this rescheduled public hearing will be conducted telephonically, with participation instructions to be provided on the agenda when posted.
There will be no trash pick up Thursday, August 27.
Both mayors proactively issued a local disaster declaration.
Bellaire city services will be affected Wednesday and Thursday.
Council has approved issuing temporary use permits to participating Bellaire restaurants so they can have additional outdoor seating.
Bidding will end on August 15th. Raffle tickets are also available with winners announced at 8 PM on the final day of the fundraiser.
Nature Discovery Center is offering two ways for your kids to enjoy camp this August with Camps on the Go and Camps at the Center.
Beginning August 13th, the gala will be a multi-day event featuring an online auction, cork pull, and raffle with gala.
The FY 2021 Proposed Budget was Presented to City Council July 20, 2020.
Tropical Depression 8 is expected to be upgraded to Tropical Storm Hanna on Friday.
Houston police are looking for 17-year-old Christopher Anthony Cayton.
The leisure pool and diving well will remain closed. The public may reserve swim times in one-hour increments.
The exhibition features approximately one hundred individual paintings from a select group of artists.
All students will begin the 2020-2021 school year virtually on September 8, 2020.
We are sad to report that DEFINE: Bellaire is closed.
The employee worked with the summer camp program and was tested on Friday, July 3.
The Bellaire Library is offering a Summer Reading Program for kids and teens to age 18. The West U Library is offering themed book bundles.
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.