City Offices Closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday
In recognition of MLK Jr. Day, all City Offices will be closed and no inspections will be conducted that day.
Inspection requests made on Friday, January 18,
2019 Food Dealer Permit – Change to Requirements
New applicants and renewals for the 2019 Calendar year FDP are required to have state or nationally recognized certification.
You may complete any of the State of Texas or nationally accredited Food Manager Certification programs listed on the DSHS website: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/food-managers/certification.aspx.
We will only accept state or nationally recognized Food Manager’s Certification that is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). City of Houston Food Manager Certification will no longer be valid for a City of Bellaire Food Dealer’s Permit (FDP).
Office Closing Early
The City of Bellaire Development Services Department will be closing early Monday, August 6 at 1:00 p.m. for staff development.
We will be open from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM and resume regular business hours on Tuesday, August 7th at 8:30 AM. Inspections will be conducted on this day at regular hours and inspection requests will still be accepted until 4:00 PM.
Inspection Request UpdateAs of June 1st, 2018, the inspection request line will no longer be active. All inspection requests are to be made online at www.bellairetx.gov/inspectionrequest. Inspections are not to be scheduled directly with inspectors.
Inspections can be scheduled for
If you are having trouble scheduling an inspection online, please call the Development Services front desk staff at 713-662-8230.
As-Built Drainage Letter
To: City of Bellaire Builders
From: Lee Cabello, Building Official
CC: John McDonald, Director of Community Development
Date: July 12, 2010
Subject: Engineer Certification on as-built drainage plans
Please be advised that pursuant to Ordinance No. 10-037, a new requirement has been added to the as-built drainage certification from the civil engineer:
Section 1. THAT Chapter 9, Buildings, Article II, Building Codes, Division 1, Generally, Section 9-18, Drainage requirements for residential Construction, of the Code is hereby amended by repealing Subsection (e), Certificate of Occupancy, and adopting a new Subsection (e), entitled Certificate of Occupancy, for the purpose of requiring a Professional Engineer to review the “as built” survey of a property and to conduct a site visit of the location shown on the survey to ensure that the survey and site conform to the design and intent of the approved drainage plan submitted for permit. That Subsection (e) as so amended
Appendix A, which is part of the ordinance, is included for your information.
(Delete Sec. 9-18 Drainage requirements for residential construction, Subsection (e), Certificate of Occupancy, in its entirety and replace with the language set forth below.)
Sec. 9-18 Drainage requirements for residential construction.
(e) Certificate of occupancy. As a condition precedent to the issuance of any certificate of occupancy, a second topographical survey shall be made under the supervision of a registered professional land surveyor registered in the State of Texas which shall show the “as built” elevation of the residence and the finished grade elevations of the lot, patios, drives, sidewalks, landscaped, areas, etc. A civil engineer licensed as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas shall review the “as built” survey for conformance with the approved drainage plan. The Engineer or an Engineer in Training in his employ shall conduct a site visit of the location shown on the survey at a date equal to or after the date of the “
I, ______________________, a Professional Engineer licensed in the State of Texas, have reviewed the “as built” survey of this property and, on the basis of that review and a visit to the site, state that it conforms to the design and intent of the approved drainage plan submitted for permit and is in compliance with Chapter 9, Buildings, Section 9-18, Drainage requirements for residential construction, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Bellaire, Texas.
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The Building Official shall deny a Certificate of Occupancy until the “as built” survey and the Engineer’s statement have been properly submitted and approved.
This ordinance was passed and adopted to be effective immediately by the Bellaire City Council on June 7, 2010.
Please be advised that all as-built drainage plans submitted after August 1,