Fall conjures up the thought of red leaves piling up in the yard, smoke coming from a chimney and a family’s gathering. This is the Currier and Ives setting that we dreamed of as children and a memory that carries through to adulthood.
Thursday, October 23, 20144:30 PMBellaire Town Square/Loftin ParkFree AdmissionAges 10 & Under
Come dressed in your Halloween best and hunt for toy, candy & prize filled pumpkins in Loftin Park! Please bring a... Read on...
Robbery in Bellaire
At approximately 10:50 PM on Tuesday October 13th a man and a woman were robbed in the driveway of their home located in the 4900 block of Pine. The couple had arrived home and were unloading luggage... Read on...
With the hint of fall in the air Bellaire residents have several opportunities for some special activities through the coming months that will tease them out of the house to enjoy the cooler temperatures.
The West U Recycling & Solid Waste Reduction Board, Bellaire Environmental & Sustainability Board and Bellaire Cultural Arts Board are proud to present the eARTh Art and Photo Contest for children ages 3 - 18. For more information, see click on the link.
Stage 1 - Annual Drought and Conservation Awareness Campaign: From May 1 through October 31 of each year, the City of Bellaire seeks to increase customer awareness of water conservation and encourage the most efficient use of water.
The City of Houston is performing utility improvements on Renwick Drive. Curbs on the City of Bellaire side of Renwick will be removed. They will reinstall curbs that are taken out.
The Consumer Confidence Report is an annual water quality report. The water in the City of Bellaire is rated SUPERIOR.