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4403 Wendell: Wendell Lift Station
7210 Newcastle: Evergreen Water Plant – Well #4
6406 Avenue B: Feld Park Water Plant – Well #5
7625 Renwick: Renwick Water Plant – Well #6
5104 Jessamine: Central Water Plant – Well #3
4300 Edith: City of Bellaire Dog Pound
4337 Edith: Public Works Service Center
4401 Edith: Wastewater Treatment Plant
4400 Block of Edith: Both sides, including Recycling Center
2837 Belfort, Houston, 77051: Inside and Outside of City of Bellaire Police Dept. Firing Range
Northbound IH610 Feeder Road 8300 Block through 5600 Block:East side of IH610; Beechnut St to Glenmont Drive – Only the area between the Feeder Road and the Main Lanes of IH610
Southbound IH610 Feeder Road 5200 Block through 8300 Block:West side of IH610; West Park to Beechnut St – Only the area between the Feeder Road and the Main Lanes of IH610
4300 - 4400 Block of Beechnut: North side of Beechnut
1305 First Street: Chain Link Fenced-In Yard
1300 – 1400 Blocks of Anderson: From Lehigh to Dead End
4300 Block of Bissonnet: From Railroad Tracks west 500’, Both Sides
4300 Block of Bellaire Blvd: From Railroad Tracks west 500’, Both Sides
On March 18, 2013, City Council approved an amendment the Code of Ordinances adding Section 22-22, Mowing, Tree Trimming and Care of Right-of-Ways and Easements.
Beginning August 19, 2013, property owners and occupants will be required to maintain grass, trees, bushes, shrubs, weeds and brush on abutting street right-of-ways in order to prevent unsafe, unsightly, offensive or nuisance conditions in the City of Bellaire.
Code of Ordinances Section 22-22
We have provided a list of frequently asked questions. If you do not find your question here, please call 713-662-8170.
What does the City mow?
Beginning August 19, 2013, the City will mow only the following areas:
4300 Block of Bellaire Blvd: From Railroad Tracks west 500’, Both Sides
How often does the City mow?
The City mows once per week.
What is the resident responsible for?
Code of Ordinances Section 22-22 requires owners and occupants to maintain grass, trees, bushes, shrubs, weeds and brush abutting street right-of-ways.
What areas must the residents mow?
In the following areas, the residents are required to maintain from the curb or edge of the street to the property line:
5500 – 8300 Blocks of Newcastle: From Beechnut Street to Glenmont Drive
4900 – 5000 Blocks of Glenmont: From S Rice Ave to Anderson Street
4500 – 4600 Blocks of Fournace: From Newcastle to IH610 Feeder Road
4700 – 5000 Blocks of Fournace: From IH610 Feeder Road to S Rice Ave
7800 Block of Chimney Rock: From Evergreen to Braeburn
4700 – 4900 Blocks of Jessamine: From IH610 Feeder Road to S Third
7800 Block of Alder: From Evergreen to Braeburn; Both sides
4300 – 4400 Blocks of Bissonnet: From Railroad Tracks to Newcastle
4600 Block of Bissonnet: From IH610 Feeder Road to Wilmington; South side only; From the intersection of Bissonnet and IH610 S to 250 feet on the East side of IH610 Feeder Road
4500 Block of Glenmont: From Newcastle to 100 ft West of Newcastle; South side only
4300 Block of Bellaire Blvd: From Railroad Tracks to Mulberry Lane, between sidewalk and curb; North side onlyIH610 Feeder Road 5200 Block through 8300 Block: From West Park to Beechnut St
Residents may or may not choose to install gates in their fences. The number of gates installed is also at the resident’s discretion.
a) No containers shall be used except for plastic bags and the approved paper bags stated above.
b) Garbage shall be placed behind the curb at no more of a distance than three (3) feet behind the curb.
c) No more than six (6) garbage bags will be collected per home.
d) Each bag shall contain no more than twenty-five (25) pounds of garbage.
e) Garbage must be set out for collection by 7 AM. Garbage collection will commence at 7 AM.
f) No garbage shall be set out for collection before 6 PM the day before the collection date.
g) No garbage shall be set out for collection on City holidays.
h) All glass being disposed of as garbage such as, but not limited to, windowpanes, sheet glass and broken glass shall be wrapped in cardboard and taped before setting out for collection.
i) All sharp objects or objects with sharp, cutting edges being disposed of as garbage such as, but not limited to, broken plastic and metal fragments shall be wrapped in cardboard and taped before setting out for collection.
j) Needles shall be put in a bottle or other container secured with a lid before setting out for collection.
k) No automotive oil or automotive fluids of any type such as, but not limited to, motor oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, power steering fluid and windshield wiper fluid shall be deposited nor accepted in the garbage for collection.
l) No swimming pool cleaning chemicals or chemicals of any type such as, but not limited to, chlorine and turpentine shall be deposited nor accepted in the garbage for collection.
m) Oil-based paint shall not be deposited nor accepted in the garbage for collection. Latex paint may be accepted for collection only if it has been thoroughly dried and hardened.
n) No cardboard or aluminum cans shall be accepted in the trash – cardboard and aluminum cans shall be placed with recyclables for collection.
o) The homeowner may also purchase a sticker to be placed on the garbage bags in excess of the allowed six (6) bags for collection.
o The sticker may be purchased at City Hall, located at 7008 S. Rice Ave., upstairs in the Utility Billing department.
o The price for the stickers shall be set by the City Manager.
Per the City of Bellaire Code of Ordinances, Sec. 16-8. Garbage consisting of tree, hedge, and bush trimmings cut by the owner.
All limbs, brush and tree sections 3” in diameter or smaller and cut personally by the owner shall be cut in four (4) foot lengths and tied in a bundle not greater than two (2) feet in diameter and placed with household garbage for collection. The limit shall be three (3) bundles per household per collection day.
All limbs, brush and tree sections greater than 3” in diameter and cut personally by the owner shall not exceed 8” in diameter and shall be cut in lengths not to exceed four (4) feet and stacked three (3) feet behind the curb in piles not exceeding four (4) feet in height. The weight limit shall not exceed 200 pound per collection per day.
Limbs and brush cut personally by the owner shall be stacked for collection with no overhead obstructions such as, but not limited to, trees, streetlights and power lines. Vertical clearance shall be 30 feet from the ground.
Brush, limbs and tree sections not collected due to non-compliance with this ordinance shall be removed by the owner within 24 hours of notification at the owner’s expense.
For items not collected by the Solid Waste Department, click on the following link: Non-Disposal Items
City holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving (Thursday and Friday), Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
To determine your rescheduled pickup day, please check holiday schedule for your zone by clicking on the Holiday Schedule link provided.
If a holiday falls on a Saturday, City services are closed on the Friday before. If a holiday falls on a Sunday, City services are closed on the following Monday.
Please help maintain the appearance of the City by not putting garbage and trash out earlier than 6:00 p.m. the day before your regular collection day. The City's collection services begin at 8:00 a.m. Holiday Schedule
Please note, if you contact us and/or we receive notification after hours, on the weekend, on a holiday or day before a holiday, the situation will be addressed on the next business day. Request Tracker