Mayor and Council
- 7:00 p.m.
- 1st and 3rd Mondays of Each Month
- City Hall
7008 S. Rice Ave.
Bellaire, TX 74401
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are prepared prior to each meeting, minutes are available following approval.
Meeting Agendas and Minutes
- Mayor Andrew S. Friedberg
- Councilman Roman F. Reed - Position 1 & Mayor Pro Tempore
- Councilman Trisha S. Pollard- Position 2
- Councilman Gus E. Pappas - Position 3
- Councilman Pat McLaughlan - Position 4
- Councilman Michael Fife - Position 5
- Councilman David R. Montague - Position 6
Form of Government
The City of Bellaire was incorporated in 1918 at which time it adopted a General Law form of government. The city’s current form of government, Home Rule, was not adopted until April 2, 1949. The city operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council is composed of a Mayor and 6 Councilmen, all of whom are elected at large. The Mayor is elected for regular terms of 2 years, and the Councilmen are elected for regular terms of 4 years, with the Mayor and 3 Councilmen being elected at each regular election.
The Mayor shall not serve more than 4 consecutive terms in that position, and no Councilman shall serve more than 2 terms as a Councilman.
Local City-Wide elections occur every two years on the first Tuesday in November of odd-numbered years. In conjunction with federal, state, county, and school district elections. The City contracts with Harris County to provide voting locations (for both early and Election Day), election officials and equipment. The City is divided by Harris County into five voting precincts (precinct maps) that are subject to change for each election.
Thu, Mar 2
Fri, Mar 3Party at the Pavilion Join us as we kick off the first Party at the Pavilion and enjoy the musical styling of The FAB 5! The concert will be free. Concessions will be available. Bring your chairs and enjoy the music. Friday Nite Live is open for kids in 1st - 6th grades at the Bellaire Recreation Center. $15 per person. 7 - 11 pm.
Mon, Mar 6
Wed, Mar 8