Bellaire, TX News
In observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, all City Offices will be closed and there will be no solid waste services on Monday, May 30.
Bayou City Art Festival launches new Collegiate Art Collective for Houston area college art students.
The Collegiate Art Collective visual artist application deadline for the 50th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown is Friday, July 1, 2022.
Local residents got “Back to Mother Nature” at Nature Discovery Center’s annual Twilight Gala on Friday, May 6.
You just need to have a Bellaire City Library card.
HISD has temporarily reassigned Bellaire High School Principal Michael McDonough while they investigate allegations that he didn’t follow district policy.
The artist application deadline is Wednesday, June 15.
Owen Zheng, a senior at Bellaire High School, has been selected as the National Winner of the esteemed $10,625 National Honor Society (NHS) Leadership Scholarship.
The new restaurant will also serve menu items from the popular Roadster Grill.
Several news outlets have reported that the closure could last for 2 years.
You can watch a video of the presentation.
The Festival will celebrate 50 years of providing unique art experiences and education in Houston.
Pools will be closed for the Easter Holiday.
The number surpasses last year’s record-breaking nine students who graduated with a perfect grade point average.
There are currently openings on each of the City’s eight boards and commissions.
City Council will continue this discussion with a Workshop on April 18.
The suspect was taken into custody without incident.
If you haven’t tried Dandelion Café in Bellaire, now’s a good time to pay them a visit.
Council amended the applications to limit the total square footage to 70% of its concept without further Council approval.
The Ukrainian flag is flying outside Bellaire City Hall.
Philanthropic animal lovers took flight with Interfaith Ministries for the Wags & Whiskers Brunch and Pet Fashion Show.
The “Around the World with Animeals” themed event raised more than $109,000 for the Animeals program that provides free pet food and vet care to the dogs and cats of Interfaith Ministries’ Meals on Wheels homebound seniors.
Bellaire’s Prop A Sidewalk Charter Amendment nixes sidewalk improvements on Group C Phase 3 project.
The requirement to implement Prop A would delay the project in a time frame that would not allow the City to qualify for Grant money to finance the Group C Phase 3 project.
At the February 21 Bellaire City Council Meeting, Council spent nearly five hours discussing the applications for development of the former Chevron Property.
Take the online survey to give your feedback on the City’s website.
Public Works is aware of concerns and the water is 100% safe.
If you live in the southern part of Bellaire or in Meyerland you may have heard some helicopters and gunfire but it’s all part of a training exercise for HPD.
Some city services may be impacted.
Animal Lovers Travel around the world with Animeals for Interfaith Ministries Wags & Whiskers Brunch.
On Saturday, February 26, 2022, philanthropic animal lovers will venture around the world at the Lone Star Flight Museum for the 9th Annual Wags and Whiskers Brunch, benefiting Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston’s Animeals program, which provides pet food, toys and preventative vet care supplies to seniors with pets in the Meals on Wheels program.
Thanks to some generous donations, the Stuttering Foundation has donated a DVD, entitled Kids Who Stutter: Parents Speak, to public libraries across the country.
The City has made it easier to report things that need to be fixed.
The academy is an 8-week program that is designed to give participants a view of law enforcement and the criminal justice system from the perspective of a Bellaire Police Officer on patrol.
Please be advised that traffic will be restricted when the streets close at approximately 6:15 a.m. until the streets reopen at approximately 11:00 a.m.
Mayor Friedberg announced that the City of Bellaire will acquire ten more ALPRs as a Phase 2 pilot project.
In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday, all City Offices will be closed and there will be no solid waste services on Monday, January 17.
The Friends of the Bellaire Library will accept up to 3 boxes or bags of books per household.
Proposals will be accepted by the City Clerk until 10:00 a.m. CST, January 19.
A Public Hearing will be held January 24 regarding planned development applications related to the former Chevron property.
The public hearing will be held on Monday, January 24, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber.
Your garbage and recycling collection may be erratic in the coming weeks.
The ramp will be closed for six or seven months.
The system features both live feed cameras and license plate readers.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 12, 2022.
Beginning Monday, January 3, you may pick up your library holds curbside.
Note the changes to the solid waste pickup schedule.
Remember to remove everything from your tree.
Please note changes to the solid waste pickup schedule.
The Art Colony Association, Inc. has announced the Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park 2022 featured artist is Daryl Thetford, a mixed media artist from Chattanooga, TN.
The unofficial results are in and Brian Witt received 52.68% of the vote to win the Position 5 Council seat.
Every vote counts!
Brian has received endorsements from numerous community leaders.
Andréa Ehlers receives endorsements from eight prominent Bellaire residents.
The City of Bellaire Environmental Sustainability Board is hosting its 4th quarter 2021 ESB Learning Academy education session virtually on Wednesday, December 15.