Bellaire, TX News
Registration deadline is October 1, 2019.
Solid waste and recycling collection is cancelled for Wednesday, September 18.
New tenants are expected to open in the spring of 2020.
The next step of the process will be the taking of a record vote on September 9 to propose a tax rate.
The Bellaire Culture and Arts Board is seeking local vendors/exhibitors who would like to participate.
The Market is open every Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to Noon.
Beginning at 4 PM this Sunday, Aug. 25 Jax Grill will offer quarter-pound hamburgers and cheeseburgers for $0.26 at both locations (Bellaire and Shepherd).
The City of Bellaire is collecting preliminary information from residents that may qualify for the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant program through August 31, 2019.
The City presented an overview of the August 5, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses some common misconceptions about a proposed tax rate increase for Bellaire.
The Bellaire Town Square Family Aquatic Center leisure pool will only open on weekends starting August 17th through September 14th.
Torchy’s Tacos in West U will have a Grand Opening party on August 12 with free tacos, drinks and entertainment.
AquaHawk is a free service for City of Bellaire customers that allows them to monitor their water usage.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses the City’s budget, cost cutting, and added expenses, including a resident petitioned off-cycle sidewalks charter election in May at an expense of $80,500.
Kevin Newman announces his candidacy for the 2019 election for City Council Position 4 of Bellaire.
Houston Show Choir has added a new performance group to its family of adult show choirs, specifically to meet the need for daytime entertainment at senior and therapeutic facilities.
The City has provided an overview from the July 15, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting. These are not the official minutes of the meeting.
Bellaire Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing to consider zoning changes for the former Chevron property.
There will be a Public Hearing at the July 11, Bellaire Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting regarding development of the former Chevron property, now called Bellaire Place.
Applications may be completed online via the City’s website.
The City has presented an overview from the July 1, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting.
The filing dates that applications may be filed for a place on the November General Election ballot are from July 20, 2019, through August 19, 2019.
Through a federal grant, the City of West University Place was awarded funding to replace the existing road surface of Buffalo Speedway.
This is an overview from June 17, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting and not the official minutes of the meeting.
On his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg states that “the Harris County Commissioners Court voted yesterday to authorize the Flood Control District to engage in formal negotiations with us on an interlocal agreement.”
With the continuing rising costs for the processing and disposal of recyclables, this has resulted in drastic changes in recycling programs nationwide.
Read the overview from the June 3, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting.
Participation is limited to Bellaire residents and based on a first come, first serve basis.
The traffic patterns in the area have been changed to accommodate construction activities and keep drivers safe.
The City has presented an overview from May 6, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting.
Mayor Friedberg says the city will “be able to maintain the same pace of infrastructure work for at least another year with existing bond authority.”
The City of Bellaire has activated Stage 1 of its Drought Contingency Plan.
An individual is in custody.
In his latest blog post Mayor Friedberg talks about the grant “applications pending for several different programs.
The new StretchLab studio will open its doors in Bellaire on April 11.
Shelly Weizman is the Associate Director of the Addiction and Public Policy Initiative at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.
Bellaire United Methodist Church and Evelyn’s Park are teaming up to host a celebration of our pet companions and all God’s creatures this Saturday, April 13.
This month, TxDOT will begin installing a new driving surface and new pavement markings along the IH 610 frontage roads within Bellaire.
Houston police responded to reports of an armed bank robbery and the suspects led police on a high speed chase.
The annual gala honored Tom and Brenda Koch for their many years of community service and will benefit the future revitalization of Bellaire community parks.
Sarah Grace, best known for being a semifinalist on Season 15 of The Voice, will be performing live at this month’s Party at the Pavilion on Friday, April 5th.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses flood repair regulations.
The City has provided an overview from March 18, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting.
There are currently openings on each of the City’s eight boards and commissions.
West U City Council was honored to recognize West U resident, Judge Ed Emmett at Monday night’s City Council meeting.
Thirty local organizations and businesses fired up the competition with their unique kosher chili recipes each vying for bragging rights to the best kosher chili in Houston.
Read an overview of the March 4, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting. These are not the official minutes of the meeting.
In the May 4 General Election Wet U residents will elect a Mayor and four council members.
The Bellaire City Council approved an agreement for the construction of the Bonds for a Better Bellaire 2016, Group C Phase 2, (Spruce & 5th Street) for an amount not to exceed $2,490,502.50.
They City has provided an overview from February 18, 2019, Bellaire City Council meeting. These are not the official minutes of the meeting.
Mayor Friedberg’s latest blog post details the steps necessary to hold a Special Election dealing with sidewalks.