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Diane White with son John White

Assistant City Manager
Diane K. White Retires

After sixteen years working as the Assistant City Manager for the City of Bellaire, Diane K. White, has announced she will retire on July 13, 2018.  Diane, joined the City of Bellaire as a consultant to manage the budget for three months and she stayed sixteen years. During her time at the City of Bellaire, she was responsible for everything from budget management to Emergency Operations.  Diane has been an integral part of the outstanding success of the City of Bellaire.

The City of Bellaire wishes her the best of luck in the next chapter of her career.

Fire Chief Deacon Tittel

New Fire Chief Deacon Tittel

The City of Bellaire is pleased to announce the selection of Commander Deacon Tittel as the new Fire Chief of the Bellaire Fire Department.  Commander Tittel’s leadership, dedication and knowledge of the field are the characteristics that the City of Bellaire was searching for to continue to build the strength and teamwork that has been solidly established in the Bellaire Fire Department.  His experience and values will be huge assets for the City and the residents.  

The City of Bellaire welcomes Deacon Tittel as the next Fire Chief.


July 4th Parade & Festival

The City of Bellaire's Fourth of July Parade and Festival will be held on Wednesday, July 4, 2018.   Festivities will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a parade of local school bands, floats, scout troops, and classic cars all decorated in the spirit of July Fourth. The parade will begin at the Bellaire Triangle. Be sure to stay and enjoy the Fourth of July Festival in Bellaire Town Square immediately after the parade.  This year, July 4th will start the kick off the City of Bellaire Police Department's 100 years in service celebration, please stop by their booth at the festival!

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