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Master Drainage Concept Plan

The development of a Bellaire Master Drainage Concept Plan was presented to Bellaire City Council on December 17, 2018. The presentation highlighted regional efforts with Harris County Flood Control (HCFC) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to study the causes of flooding in and around Bellaire.  The concept plan is a precursor to the design of significant flood control improvements, potentially funded in partnership with other entities such as HCFC and TxDOT.   For more information, please visit the City's website.


Debris and Storm Sewers

During the winter season, a common sight around the city is leaves and other debris collecting along the street curbs.  Unfortunately, leaves can clog storm inlets and storm sewers which may contribute to street flooding. Public Works regularly inspects storm sewers and inlets for debris and has a program in place to make repairs as needed.

In preparation for a potential flooding event, the City inspects storm inlets, construction sites and removes debris from curbsides and roadways.  Homeowners can help with this by properly disposing of leaves and cut grass. Please remember, nothing should ever be dumped or disposed of in the public streets, ditches or storm sewer inlets. 

For more information, please contact the Bellaire Public Works Department. 

Tree Recycling

Christmas Tree Recycling

Curbside tree recycling is scheduled for Wednesday, January 2, 2019, and Thursday, January 3, 2019. Trees not placed on the curbside for pick up on January 2 or January 3 may be dropped off at the designated collection area located at the Northeast corner of Baldwin Ave. and Edith St. until Tuesday, January 15, 2019.  Place your tree in the parking lot near the tree recycling sign.  Please remove all ornaments, tinsel, tree stands, and lights before you recycle.  Flocked trees will not be recycled.

Trees will also be collected for disposal during the normal brush and limb waste collection days.

Centennial Badge

Police Department and Municipal Court Move this January

The Bellaire Police Department and Municipal Court are scheduled to move into their new facility in January 2019. The new Police and Municipal Court Building is located at 5110 Jessamine St. across from Bellaire City Library.  There will be no interruption of service during the scheduled move.  911 is still active and available 24/7. We will celebrate the opening of the building soon after the move. 

Please be sure to check the City's website for up to date information on the scheduled move and Police Department Centennial celebrations.  

Winter Pet Safety

Winter Safety Tips for Pets

Winter can be harsh on your pet and we aren't always aware of the dangers lurking when the temperatures drop.
The City of Bellaire would like your furry friends to stay safe this winter.  Please follow the link provided below to download some Winter Safety Tips for Pets.

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