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The City of Bellaire addresses substandard and abandoned homes.

From the City of Bellaire: Substandard and abandoned homes in Bellaire have been a topic of concern. The City of Bellaire is continually working to identify homes and follow established protocols as outlined in Bellaire Code of Ordinances 76-033, Chapter 22, Section...

Houston Artist Karen Landrigan Hits a Triple!

More than 200 hundred artists from around the world submitted 600 images to the Society of Canadian Artists, 2018 International Open Juried Exhibition. The maximum number any artist can individually submit is three pieces and to have even one of your paintings...
Nora’s Home welcomes new board members for 2018.

Nora’s Home welcomes new board members for 2018.

Nora’s Home, Houston’s haven for organ failure and transplant patients receiving care in the Texas Medical Center, announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors: Matthew Girotto and John Michael Rose. “We are eager to have...

Notice of Public Hearing on April 2

Notice is given that the City Council of the City of Bellaire, Texas, will hold a public hearing on a request filed by Stone & Stone, LLC, on behalf of Petitioners Sagstex Investments, LP, and Wolfie’s Swim School, LLC,  on April 2, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the...

Bellaire is accepting applications for City Boards and Commissions.

The City of Bellaire is accepting applications for openings on the following boards and commissions:  Board of Adjustment, Building and Standards Commission, Cultural Arts Board, Environmental and Sustainability Board, Evelyn’s Park Conservancy Board, L.I.F.E....

Project Brays is making an impact on area flooding.

Project Brays is designed to reduce the risk of flooding along Brays Bayou. According to the Project website, “Project Brays, is a cooperative effort between the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Benefiting...
Bellaire’s new logo proposal will not be pursued at this time.

Bellaire’s new logo proposal will not be pursued at this time.

This City of Bellaire proposed a new logo to represent the City. The design was unveiled several weeks ago and met with a less than ideal reception. Along with the new logo design neighbors have been upset over the $50,000 cost incurred for the rebranding proposal....

The Fournace exit will remain closed until 2020.

According to the Houston Chronicle drivers will have a long wait for the Fournace exit to reopen. “Plans to reopen the exit from the freeway to Fournace and Bissonnet were recently scuttled, according to Texas Department of Transportation, after utility...

Bellaire Firefighters are trimming trees that overhang the street.

From the City of Bellaire: The Bellaire Fire Department has been trimming tree limbs above the streets throughout Bellaire. While an ordinance requires the homeowner to maintain tree canopy at 13 feet above the street, Bellaire Fire Department has been trimming back...

Give your input on the City of Bellaire Community Pathways Plan.

The City of Bellaire is creating a Community Pathways Plan with the goal of improving bicycle and pedestrian travel throughout the City. This plan identifies potential new projects that could be incorporated into the future Capital Improvement Program. This draft Plan...