News

Purse snatchers are targeting women in our area.

KTRK reports that there have been several purse snatchings in our area recently and in one case a “woman was pepper-sprayed and dragged through a parking lot.” Two incidents happened in the Randalls Parking lot on Holcombe and Buffalo Speedway. According...

Rover Oaks Pet Resort raises $27,538 for Mission K9 Rescue.

Rover Oaks Pet Resort just wrapped its eighth annual month-long donation drive, Operation: War Dogs, to help rescue and bring home our nation’s War Dogs. The funds raised are going to non-profit organization Mission K9 Rescue, the Houston chapter of the United...

The City of Bellaire has activated its Emergency Operations Center.

From the City of Bellaire: The City of Bellaire’s Emergency Operations Center has been activated. Bellaire continues to experience street flooding. The intersections of the service roads along IH 610 and several residential streets are close to being impassable. We...
Bellaire Assistant City Manager Diane K. White Retires.

Bellaire Assistant City Manager Diane K. White Retires.

From the City of Bellaire: After sixteen years working as the Assistant City Manager for the City of Bellaire, Diane K. White, has announced she will retire on July 13, 2018.  Diane, joined the City of Bellaire as a consultant to manage the budget for three months and...
The Ivy & James has closed at Evelyn’s Park.

The Ivy & James has closed at Evelyn’s Park.

After just over a year in business, the Ivy & James restaurant at Evelyn’s Park has permanently closed its doors. In the wake of the news, Evelyn’s Park has added more food trucks with longer hours and has mentioned plans for Pop Up Cafe’s. The...
The new H-E-B Bellaire Market opens June 27.

The new H-E-B Bellaire Market opens June 27.

The new Bellaire H-E-B will open its doors at 6 AM Wednesday, June 27. According to Chron.com, the new store will have “225 parking spots on the ground floor and a 78,000-square-foot store with more than 70 parking spots on the second floor. Shoppers use...
The City of Bellaire was incorporated 100 years ago today!

The City of Bellaire was incorporated 100 years ago today!

Houston Historian R.W. McKinney, along with the Bellaire Historical Society and Sarah Lavine-Kass & Benjamin Lavine of StoneAcornBuilders, offered free tours of historic Bellaire to celebrate 100 years of Bellaire being a municipality. The following is from...

Bellaire launches a new emergency notification system.

The City of Bellaire has launched a new service to help inform residents of emergency situations and weather conditions. PrepareBellaire is a service that allows you to opt-in to receive emergency notifications via phone calls, text messaging, e-mail and more based on...

Art Colony Association awards $28,000 in donations.

The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), awarded $28,000 in donations to the seven beneficiaries from Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park, which was held March 23-25, 2018. “It is amazing to see the support from our patrons and sponsors grow every year to help us...

The City of Bellaire announces new Fire Chief, Deacon Tittel.

The City of Bellaire is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Deacon Tittel as the new Fire Chief of the Bellaire Fire Department. This announcement follows an extensive search conducted by the City of Bellaire. The search and evaluation process included...

Bellaire has been deemed the richest town in Texas.

Bellaire has been deemed the wealthiest town in Texas according to 24/7 Wall St, a Financial news company. 24/7 Wall St.  “reviewed the median annual household income in every American town with a population between 1,000 and 25,000 to identify the wealthiest...

An Update on the Rebuild of Bellaire High School.

The following is an update on the Bond Project from Principal McDonough: “The Bond Project will begin starting next week as our construction project begins.  The primary goals for this summer are to install the water retention system under the football field and...

Bellaire City offices will be closed on Memorial Day Holiday.

In recognition of the Memorial Day holiday, all City Offices will be closed and there will be no regular solid waste or limbs and brush service on Monday, May 28, 2018. The normal regular solid waste schedule will resume the following week. Service for solid waste and...