Bellaire, TX News
City of Bellaire adopts new ordinances.
Ordinance No. 23-029 was adopted on May 1, 2023 and Ordinance No. 23-030 was adopted on May 15, 2023.
Bellaire summer pool hours begin June 3.
Summer pool hours last through August 13.
Union Pacific Railroad will perform maintenance at Bissonnet and Bellaire Blvd. Crossings.
The maintenance work will happen May 27 and 29.
Mayor Friedberg lists upcoming community engagement opportunities.
There will be several opportunities in the next couple of months for residents to give their input.
The City of Bellaire offices will be closed for Memorial Day.
There will be no solid waste services on Monday, May 29.
Lankford’s in Bellaire will open May 15.
Lankford’s will serve hamburgers, sandwiches, breakfast, craft beer, and more.
The City of Bellaire issues a Withdrawal of Notice of Public Hearing.
The referenced public hearing was scheduled for Monday, May 15, 2023.
Bellaire Police are looking for a vandalism suspect.
The person spray painted cars and houses with graffiti.
Learn about backyard composting with the Environmental Sustainability Board.
This session on backyard composting is great for gardeners and zero-waste aficionados.
Want to be in the Bellaire 4th of July Parade? Apply now.
Apply now to be in the parade.
The Bellaire SPRING Arts & Crafts Festival is coming April 29.
Enjoy art, food, beer, and wine. You can even bring your dog.
Rice University Athletics is currently holding a silent auction with proceeds benefiting Rice student-athletes.
The silent auction will run through April 27th.
New Tex Mex restaurant Mandito’s will open April 13 in Bellaire.
The restaurant will open in Bellaire Town Center.
Former Bellaire High School Principal, Michael McDonough, speaks out on his removal.
McDonough was interviewed by students from the school’s newspaper.
The Bellaire Trolley Run is April 1.
The City of Bellaire, PATRONS for Bellaire Parks, and Al Lawrence Running Club are excited to announce the Annual Bellaire Trolley Run will be on Saturday, April 1, 2023!
The Wine and Tapas online auction is open now through March 25.
The online auction closes Saturday at 10:00pm.
A special dedication will be held in memoriam for Diane McLaughlan on March 11.
PATRONS for Bellaire Park has planted tree and placed a memorial plaque at the Library Greens Space to honor their long-standing Board member and an esteemed civic figure in Bellaire.
A woman called 911 before a suspected murder suicide in Meyerland.
Detectives said the shooting involved a mother, father and their son.
The Bellaire Library will be open more hours beginning March 1.
Five additional hours have been added to the weekly schedule.
Bellaire will begin stricter enforcement of the six trash bag collection limit Monday, March 6.
Starting Monday, March 6, you may see a pink tag on your trash that is left behind to notify you that those items exceeded the six-bag limit and were not collected that day.
Miracle Fence Works participates in Fourth Ward Renaissance.
See if your existing fence can be restored to look like new.
Bellaire City Library wins 2022 Achievement of Library Excellence Award.
Of the 552 public libraries in Texas, only 73 received this award in 2022.
Bayou City Art Festival announces Memorial Park 2023 Nonprofit Partners.
Each nonprofit will benefit from a portion of the proceeds from the event, provide volunteers, and has the option to host a crafting station in the Active Imagination Zone.
PATRONS Martini Party launches Wine and Tapas season.
The net proceeds from this annual event are used to stock the ever-popular Wine and Tapas Cork Pull.
Bellaire meets all prerequisites to be restored to prior FEMA Community Rating.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg says the City has met all prerequisites to be restored to its prior Community Rating System classification of 7.
Register now for the The Bellaire Trolley Run, April 1!
Stop by the post-race party in Bellaire Town Square for food, music, and more!
City Council postpones a decision on the location of a new Dog Pound.
Police Chief Lopez made a presentation for Council and discussed the pros and cons of two potential sites for the pound.
Burglars recently targeted Bellaire businesses.
Four businesses were targeted by theives.
Chevron Houston Marathon will cause some street closures.
The Marathon is Sunday, January 15.
Registration is open for Bellaire spring youth sports and Camp Paseo.
Bellaire Parks and Recreation is introducing their first-ever spring youth volleyball league as well as the first Spring Break Camp Paseo.
It’s time to register for the Daddy Daughter Dance.
The City of Bellaire Daddy Daughter Dance is February 4. You must pre register to attend so sign up now as space is limited.
PATRONS for Bellaire Parks invite you to their Annual Martini Party.
This year, our Martini Party will be action-packed, as the theme is “Night At The Casino!”
City offices will be closed January 16 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
There will be no trash pickup this day.
Art Colony Association, Inc. will announce Middle School Student Finalists for Bayou City Art Festival.
Finalists will be announced at the 10th Annual Middle School Art Competition at the “Art in the Middle” reception on Saturday, February 11, 2023.
Nature Discovery Center Discovery Rooms will be open to the public again starting Tuesday, January 10th.
They will be opening with limited hours for now on a trial basis.
City offices will be closed January 2.
There will be no trash pickup Monday, January 2.
City offices will be closed December 23 – 26.
There will be no trash pickup Friday or Monday.
Apply now for Bellaire Boards and Commissions.
Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 31, 2022.
Mayor Friedberg discusses the City’s response to Houston’s Boil Water Notice.
At no time during the event did Bellaire’s system pressures drop below required levels, and testing performed Sunday and yesterday all came back within acceptable water quality parameters.
The City of Bellaire has rescinded the Boil Water Notice effective 7:00 PM November 28, 2022.
Upon further investigation, it was determined that events in the City of Houston’s Main Public Water System did not impact water quality in the City of Bellaire’s Public Water System.
Bellaire City Council discusses a new Bellaire Pound location and facility.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg talks about relocating the Bellaire Pound when the City builds the new facility.
Boil Water Notice for City of Bellaire Public Water Systems 11/27/2022
The City of Bellaire has issued a boil water notice.
City offices will be closed November 24-25.
All City Offices including the Library and Recreation Center will be closed and there will be no solid waste services.
Register now for Winter Camp Paseo.
Camp dates are December 27-30 and January 3-6.
The City of Houston will hold its annual Veterans Day Celebration November 11.
The traditional Veterans Day Ceremony will be held on Friday, November 11 at 10 am. The American Heroes Parade will begin at 11:30 am.
City offices will be closed November 11 for Veterans Day.
There will be no solid waste services on Friday, November 11,
Enter your photos for the Third Annual City of Bellaire Calendar Photo Contest.
Bellaire residents are invited to enter the Third Annual City of Bellaire Calendar Photo Contest. Entries will be accepted through December 2.
Bellaire City Council and P&Z call for a Comprehensive Plan Review.
In his latest blog post, Mayor Friedberg discusses the need for a Comprehensive Plan Review and how important resident input is.
The Bellaire Foodie Fest is October 22, buy early-bird tickets now.
This foodie extravaganza will feature a roster of beloved area restaurants as well as some highly anticipated newcomers to the area restaurant scene.
The Houston Chronicle highlights Bellaire’s food scene.
Bellaire has seen an influx of new restaurants recently with more on the way.