The Bellaire City Council will continue discussions about sidewalks at the upcoming City Council meetings in September. Bellaire residents are encouraged to stay engaged and be fully informed about the sidewalk projects in the community. Please check the City of Bellaire website for more information on the sidewalk projects to be discussed at the City Council meetings. If you would like to speak at these or any City Council Meetings, you may sign up to speak during audience comments or send in your email to the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 17 – Bellaire City Council will be asked to consider construction-related contracts for the Phase 1 sidewalk program. There have been objections from residents of 4500 Teas, 5300 Pine and 5100 Pine.
September 24 – Bellaire City Council will decide whether to proceed with all or a portion of the Phase 2 sidewalk program. The City has received petitions from residents of 4800-4900 Spruce, 5200 Laurel, and 4800-4900 Cedar. The Cedar petition involved the cul-de-sac.
September 24 – Bellaire City Council will decide whether to proceed with the 500 Bolivar portion of the Phase 2 street/drainage/sidewalks project. The City has received a petition in opposition to the sidewalks on Bolivar.
October 1 – Bellaire City Council will consider amendments to the current approach for requiring new residential construction to install sidewalks.