Bellaire, TX News
Bellaire Baseball Sophomore and Freshman players participated in the recent Walk&Roll for SCI fundraiser in Bellaire.
They selected this event because of its connection to the Bormaster and Feinstein families.
Visitors can expect the iconic Magical Winter Lights landmarks such as the entrance castle, dinosaur exhibits, and Houston’s beloved displays.
The City of Bellaire is collecting preliminary information and interest forms from residents who may qualify for the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Grant Program.
Residents of Bellaire will elect the Mayor and three City Council members November 2. Early voting begins October 18 and ends October 29.
Bellaire Mayor Andrew Friedberg wrote the following letter to the editor of the Southwest News.
Brian is running for Bellaire City Council Position 5.
David is running for Bellaire City Council Position 5.
Celebrated on the fourth Tuesday of September, National Voter Registration Day will next take place on September 28, 2021.
Win, a longtime resident with an extensive record of service in Bellaire, is running for Bellaire City Council Position 1.
Andréa Ehlers, a 32 year resident of the City of Bellaire, is running for Bellaire City Council, Position No. 5.
Entries must be delivered to the Bellaire City Library by 2:00 PM on Friday, September 24.
All non-essential City services and buildings will close at 2 pm today and remain closed all day Tuesday.
The next meeting will be held September 20.
Javier is a candidate for Council Position 3.
Ross, Chair of Bellaire’s Planning and Zoning Commission, is running for Position 3.
Chef Youssef Nafaa, owner of ZOA, will launch the grand opening celebration of the fast-casual food chain’s second restaurant with free samples.
The students began creating digital art during the pandemic.
See what the City of Bellaire has proposed for the new budget.
City Offices Closed and No Solid Waste Services for the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, September 6, 2021.
Kevin Newman announces his 2021 candidacy for Bellaire City Council Position Number 1.
Due to the recent COVID surge, the library is offering curbside hold pickup again.
Due to an oversight by City staff, Bellaire residents will lose the15% discount they receive on flood insurance premiums.
On the ballot are the positions of Mayor and Council seats 1, 3, and 5.
Fall 2021 registration is now open and closes September 1.
Bird tiles are now available for the Phase 2 Bird Donor Wall.
Check out the Log Jam, part of Phase 2.
Show your love for Bellaire and donate to a great cause.
Chief Lopez takes over for retiring Chief Byron Holloway who served Bellaire for 45 years.
On Monday, August 2, Bellaire City Council discussed adopting an ordinance that would “prohibit or otherwise regulate short term rentals within the City.”
The pools will be open for leisure swim on Saturdays and Sundays.
The ceremony will be held at Bellaire City hall at 5:30 pm, August 2.
Bellaire Police Chief Byron Holloway retired from he Bellaire Police Department July 30.
The cameras are equipped with similar technology used in police patrol vehicles.
The Bellaire Culture and Arts Board is hosting the popular “Arts and Crafts Festival” at Paseo Park on Saturday, November 13.
The Toasted Yolk is now open in Bellaire Town Center, 5103 Bellaire Blvd.
The 27,000-square-foot dining and entertainment concept has been revamped and revitalized for a new generation of audiences.
The City will observe the Independence Day Holiday Monday July 5.
The Bellaire Town Square Family Aquatic Center will no longer have 2-hour swim time blocks and will no longer be taking reservations.
Apply for a position on the ballot between Saturday July 17 and Monday August 16, 2021.
There is a reading program for children ages 0-11, teens 12-18, and even adults until August 3!
The arterial pavement repair program will continue on Bellaire Boulevard at the intersection of S. Rice Avenue as well as on S. Rice Avenue up to Linden St.
There will be no solid waste services on Memorial Day.
Council voted to adopt an ordinance which amends the zoning of Technical Research Park District (TRPD), and replaces it with a new zoning district titled North Bellaire Special Development District.
The virtual “Jet Set Pets” themed event raised more than $70,000 for the Animeals program that provides free pet food and vet care to 1,300 dogs and cats.
Assistant Chief Lopez will succeed Chief of Police Byron Holloway upon his retirement in July of this year.
Palace Social will make its next-generation debut in the longtime former home of the iconic Bellaire Boulevard bowling alley this June.
City Council approved reducing the speed limit to 25 mph on most local streets within City limits starting this fall.
Yoga Tres is bringing Hot Yoga back to Bellaire.
A limited time Household Hazardous Waste Voucher Program allows Bellaire residents to use Houston facilities.
For a limited time, Bellaire residents can dispose of residential Household Hazardous Waste at a City of Houston facility with a voucher.
The new academic, fine arts, and physical education buildings are set to open.