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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...
BHS Orchestra Quartet joins the touring Beatles vs. Stones Show!

BHS Orchestra Quartet joins the touring Beatles vs. Stones Show!

When the touring show Beatles vs. Stones – A Musical Showdown comes to the Hobby Center on May 20, the Houston Bellaire High School String Quartet will have the privilege of joining the professional musicians on stage to add some orchestral texture to the evening. The...

Registration is now open for the 2018 Bellaire Citizens Academy.

Bellaire Citizens Academy (BCA) is an eight-week program providing an in-depth look at how the City functions.  BCA participants will have the opportunity to observe, ask questions, see equipment and facilities, and meet the city staff responsible for all city...

A woman was attacked inside her Afton Oaks home.

Two men attacked and raped a mother of four inside her home in Afton Oaks. The attack happened May 8 in the upscale neighborhood that is just east of the Galleria. KHOU reports that “the woman’s husband came home, after picking up the couple’s...

There was a fuel spill at the Veritas Christian Academy on Sunday.

There was a fuel spill Sunday in the parking lot of Veritas Christian Academy. According to Bellaire Police the incident is being handled by HPD/HFD. From BPD: “It is now safe to return home after a fuel spill in the Veritas parking lot involving a vehicle used...

Three men rob the Walmart at S. Rice Ave. and Westpark.

Three men robbed the Walmart on S. Rice Ave. Friday morning. Click2Houston.com reports that “Houston police said three men wearing masks and hoodies robbed some registers inside the store. The trio then fled the scene in a getaway car, police said.”...

Is Bellaire too wealthy to receive disaster funds?

The City of Bellaire has been applying for all grant funding programs available since Hurricane Harvey, when almost 30% of Bellaire homes flooded. However, Mayor Friedberg points out in his latest blog post that “historically we’ve not had much success with...

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...