Public hearing set for 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019.
Bulk Collection Day allows Belton residents to dispose of large items not accepted as part of the weekly trash service. Each households is permitted to bring a single load to the Public Works Yard for disposal. Bulk Collection Days occur bimonthly.
Filing period is from January 16, 2019 to February 15, 2019.
Closure is due to power line across the road.
You must reside in the Belton city limits.
One of the injured was a Belton police officer.
Two other people where not immediately located.
The man took his own life as police tried to take him into custody.
The incident occurred just before noon on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Neil Street from the I-35 frontage road to Cheryl Lane will be closed for utility work.
Maintenance will be for two days, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Residents may drop off items at the Public Works yard, 1502 Holland Rd., on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
City offices will be closed Nov. 22-23.
Remediation is necessary.
The Belton Police Department is seeking donations to help fill Christmas gift baskets for Belton senior adults who participate in the RUOK? outreach program. This is the fourth year of the Silver Santa Program.
Visit our website to find out how to claim your property.
Effective Nov. 2.
Leon River bridge on Waco Rd./Charter Oak Dr. to reopen Monday morning.
The page shares important facts and context related to social media postings by the Belton firefighter union.
The notice affected some water customers east of I-35
Repair of a broken water line required a temporary disruption in water service.
Hearing will take place at the Harris Community Center, 401. N. Alexander, at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18.
Analysis will require temporary relocation of firefighters to Fire Station No. 2 on Sparta Rd.
Belton honored by the Texas Municipal League for streamlining the evidence submittal process for police cases.
Use caution as drivers adjust to the change.
Food that is collected will benefit Helping Hands Ministry.
Open House is Saturday, Oct. 13, at Station 2.
Belton residents will still be served by Belton FD EMS.
A good reminder during the fall and winter months in particular.
Man, 29, is charged with deadly conduct.