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4 days ago

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We celebrated our new Firefighter/Paramedics with a badge-pinning ceremony at the City Council meeting on Monday. This badge-pinning ceremony, a proud tradition in the firefighting community, signifies not only the firefighter's introduction to the Bellaire Fire Department but also their warm welcome by the community. Pictured left to right: Mayor Gus Pappas, Firefighter/Paramedics Andrinna Harford, William Deaver, Taylor Hoopes, and Fire Chief Deacon Tittel. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

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ReminderWe will pick up trash only, no recycling, with a modified schedule this week. All trucks are picking up trash. www.bellairetx.gov/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=Trash-Debris-and-City-Services-Updates-92 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

BellaireConnect
As you know, we lost Officer Marroquin in a vehicle accident and his wife is still receiving medical treatment in the hospital. If you would like to make a donation for their family during this difficult time please donate at the below listed information:Prosperity Bank Pay to: Bellaire Police Assistance Program IncAttached to this post is the original post that was posted by the Bellaire Police Department. “The City of Bellaire and the Bellaire Police Department express deep sorrow at the tragic loss of Bellaire Police Officer Joe Marroquin. He passed away in a car accident while visiting family with his wife in Ireland. Our thoughts are with his wife, also a beloved member of our Police Department, who was also involved in the accident. We fervently hope for her swift recovery.Joe served with the United States Marine Corps before becoming a Police Officer in 1970. Joe worked for Bellaire PD from 1972 - 1985, joined Harris County, and returned to Bellaire in 2017. We thank him for serving. During this exceptionally challenging time, we extend our heartfelt condolences to their family. We wish them strength and support as they navigate this painful situation.” ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

BellaireConnect
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2 weeks ago

BellaireConnect
Welcome, Officer Pryor!Please join us in welcoming Jason Pryor to the Bellaire Police Department. Officer Pryor has 17 years of law enforcement experience and is ready to assist with translations being that he is trilingual! If you catch Officer Pryor out in his patrol car, feel free to test him on his language skills! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

BellaireConnect
Water Update: City of Bellaire drinking water is safe and within regulatory pressures. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

BellaireConnect
The City of Bellaire and the Bellaire Police Department express deep sorrow at the tragic loss of Bellaire Police Officer Joe Marroquin. He passed away in a car accident while visiting family with his wife in Ireland. Our thoughts are with his wife, also a beloved member of our Police Department, who was also involved in the accident. We fervently hope for her swift recovery.Joe served with the United States Marine Corps before becoming a Police Officer in 1970. Joe worked for Bellaire PD from 1972 - 1985, joined Harris County, and returned to Bellaire in 2017. We thank him for serving. During this exceptionally challenging time, we extend our heartfelt condolences to their family. We wish them strength and support as they navigate this painful situation. ... See MoreSee Less
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