Instead, a fun Snow Day is planned for December 30.
Bellaire voters will decide between Gus Pappas and Aaron Perry.
The festival will be in Paseo Park from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Collection of garbage, recycling and limbs/brush will resume on your next regularly scheduled day.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg gave an update on construction of the new dog pound.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg clarified the City’s policy on when dogs in the Bellaire Dog Pound would be considered for euthanasia.
The collection bin will be open from November 3 to December 4 near Lafayette Park.
A runoff election for Bellaire Mayor will be held in December.
Voting hours are: November 7, 2023 — 7AM – 7PM.
An emergency water main repair at the intersection of 610 and Fournace eastbound will cause some water and traffic disruptions Monday, November 6
In observance of the Veterans Day Holiday, all Bellaire City Offices, including the Library and Recreation Center, will be closed and there will be no solid waste pickup on Friday, November 10.
Listen in to the recording to find who has the experience needed to lead.
See the candidates answer questions about issues in Bellaire.
The City of Bellaire has returned to Stage One of the City’s Drought Contingency Plan and lifted voluntary watering restrictions.
The Bellaire Recreation Center will have several open play pickleball & basketball closures in October.
Applications are due by 5p.m. on Friday, October 27, 2023.
Kush Kalra, a fifth-grader in Bellaire, has been selected to join the award-winning Scholastic Kids Press program.
During the 2023-24 school year, Kush will interview leaders and experts in the community about the topics that matter most to young people.
I am Gus Pappas and I am running for Mayor of Bellaire. I served for 8 years on City Council, 4 of which was as the Mayor Pro Tem. We accomplished a great deal during my time on Council.
This election is about our community and our future. I am motivated to run because our city calls for someone with leadership skills to step up and guide us into the future.
I am a 34-year resident of Bellaire and raised four children in Bellaire with wife of 36 years, Lisa. I have served on Bellaire City Council since 2020, and served six years on Bellaire Board of Adjustments, two as chair.
This year Wildlife Supporter Level NDC Members and VIP Ticket holders will be invited to attend a special VIP Early Access Event on Friday, October 13 from 5 to 7 pm ahead of the public Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival weekend.
Bellaire High School is honored to recognize 18 National Merit Semifinalists from the Class of 2024. Congratulations to these students!
Catherine Lewis seeks to continue to serve her neighbors in Bellaire as candidate for re-election to Position 2 of City Council.
This November 7 election is an opportunity to breathe fresh air into Bellaire. We are guaranteed at least two new perspectives. With your help, I’ll make it three.
I have lived in Bellaire for the last 7 plus years and over time, I got very engaged with issues facing our city. This decision to get involved led me to serve on city boards and commissions and now, I am running for Position 4 Bellaire City Council.
I am a native Houstonian who has lived in Bellaire since 2012 and served on Bellaire city boards since 2021. It would be an honor to earn your vote in my run for Position 4 on the Bellaire City Council in the Nov. 7 election.
Mayor Friedberg says this years budget process was “one of the smoothest budget processes in recent memory.”
As a council member, I will bring ideas, vision, research, common-sense and a can-do attitude to the table. If there is a problem, I will work with the community to find a solution.
The new ordinance establishes quiet hours (9:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m. weekdays; 11:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m. weekends and holidays) and non-quiet hours, with specific decibel limits applicable to each, as measured at the complainant’s property.
Update: The Bellaire Pound has reopened as of September 13, 2023.
City offices will be closed Monday, September 4, 2023 for Labor Day in Bellaire, West University Place and Houston.
The City of Bellaire asks residents to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscapes based on street address.
The City of Bellaire will enter Stage Two: MILD Water Shortage Conditions of the City’s Drought Contingency Plan, effective immediately.
Kevin is dedicated to championing fiscal responsibility, accountability, and preserving the small-town feel that residents cherish.
The last day to file an Application for Place on the Ballot for the November 7, 2023 election is Monday, August 21.
Positions on the November 7, 2023 Ballot are Mayor and three Council Member positions.
Pool hours will change and indoor pickleball as well as open gym basketball will return August 14.
Chimney Rock is closed from Bissonnet to Bellaire.
Please leave your recycling at the curb.
The new OneBellaire app is available now for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets from Google PlayTM and the Apple App Store.
Great Age Fitness Parks offer seniors free scheduled workout classes using evidence-based fitness stations, led by trained volunteers, and other purposeful activities to promote routine exercise and socialization.
Jax Grill is celebrating 30 years in Houston with $3 burgers and 30-cent fries.
The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
Council voted to postpone indefinitely the consideration of a planned development application from Methodist Hospital to build a medical facility on the former Bellaire Randalls property.
Children, teens, and adults can participate to earn prizes by logging the books you read through the Beanstack platform.
Bellaire’s Solid Waste staff delivers trash bags to residents three times a year, as part of resident’s solid waste services.
At the July 10 City Council meeting, Bellaire City Council voted unanimously to approve a proposal for a new dog pound.
Juneteenth will be an official City holiday beginning in 2024.
The City of Bellaire is conducting a survey to learn more about your preferences and opinions about Bellaire’s future.
An open house is scheduled for July 18 to learn about the City’s Regional Drainage Improvement Program.
The Bellaire Regional Drainage Improvement Program is in the early stages of data collection and analysis. A vital element of this program is the partnership with the Bellaire residents and community.
The event will support Great Age Movement’s capital campaign to build senior fitness parks and support development of exercise programs in community green spaces.
Michelle McDowell Smith is a mixed media artist from Roanoke, VA.