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City of Bellaire lifts boil water requirement.

From the City of Bellaire: As of 11:00 AM on February 21, 2021, the water provided by the City of Bellaire has passed testing requirements of the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and is safe for regular use, including consumption.  The results of the...

There will be a water distribution for residents with urgent need.

From the City of a Bellaire: There will be a water distribution station in the Bellaire water tower parking lot from 1-3 pm (across from Bellaire Fire station).  We have a very limited supply of bottled water, and we ask that only residents with an urgent need in...

The Mayor gives an update on water and other city services.

From Mayor Friedberg: With the power back on and staying on (though we should continue to conserve), and the worst of the freezing weather behind us, the City has transitioned from response to recovery.  Here is what to expect over the next few days: Boil Water Notice...

Boil water notice is still in effect.

From the City of Bellaire: The boil water notice remains in effect. We will inform you when the boil water notice is lifted. This may not occur until the weekend. We have made tremendous improvements with the City’s water supply recovery efforts, but we’re not there...

An update from Mayor Friedberg.

From the Mayor’s blog: Literally.  We’re in the homestretch and the finish line is in sight!  Most of Bellaire currently has power, and if there are any further rolling outages they should be of much shorter duration.  There has been substantial improvement...

City of Bellaire issues boil water notice.

From Mayor Friedberg: Things can change very quickly in the midst of a crisis.  Soon after I posted what I thought would be my last update for the night, we’ve had a major new development.  Residents are being advised through our PrepareBellaire emergency alert system...

Bellaire and West U city facilities will be closed due to weather.

Bellaire City facilities will be closed Monday and Tuesday, February 15 and 16. West U City facilities will be closed Monday February 15. From the City of Bellaire: Based on current forecasts, City facilities will be closed on Monday, February 15, and Tuesday,...
Mayor Friedberg delivers the State of the City Address.

Mayor Friedberg delivers the State of the City Address.

From the City of Bellaire: Mayor Andrew S. Friedberg delivered the annual State of the City Address on February 1, 2021, emphasizing The Importance of Community in Tough Times.  The presentation highlights the accomplishments and challenges we faced in Bellaire last...

JuiceLand is opening in Bellaire.

JuiceLand to Celebrate Grand Opening of Latest Shop in Bellaire on January 16 with 100% of the Day’s Sales Being Donated to Southern Smoke. In an effort to give back to service industry professionals, the one-day event will benefit Houston chef Chris Shepherd’s...
The Bellaire Randalls is closing.

The Bellaire Randalls is closing.

Randalls in Bellaire will be closing February 20 and the Pharmacy will close Janurary 21. All prescriptions at the pharmacy will be transferred to the Weslayan location. One pharmacist will be relocated to Weslayan Randalls while the other will work at the Meyer Park...

Dr. Reisman announces office move to prioritize patients.

Dr. Neal R. Reisman is bringing the unmatched standards of aesthetic practice at the Texas Medical Center campus to Bellaire. The board-certified plastic surgeon and attorney is excited to announce that he has relocated his practice from the largest medical complex in...
Take a look at Evelyn’s Park Phase 2.

Take a look at Evelyn’s Park Phase 2.

Evelyn’s Park Phase 2 is now under construction. Click the link to see what’s coming. Phase 2 inclludes more play, more to explore, more imagination, more shade, more seating, more sustainability, net zero goal by 2021, more trails for walking and running,...
Recycle your Christmas Tree December 28 to January 15.

Recycle your Christmas Tree December 28 to January 15.

The Christmas tree recycling program will be available to residents from December 28, 2020, until January 15, 2021. During this time, trees may be dropped off at the designated collection area located at the southeast corner of Baldwin Avenue and Edith Street.  Place...