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Welcome to the Village of Bellaire's official website. Here you can find information about our parks, our EVIP (now known as CVTRS) plans, our current fiscal year fund budgets, and much more. For our downtown webcam fans, use the webcam icon on the right sidebar for fast access.Click here for a 2 page brochure showing Bellaire's streets, downtown area, and events in 2019.

 

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UPCOMING MEETINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Public Safety Position

The Village of Bellaire is accepting applications through July 25, 2019 for a seasonal/part-time position with the Public Safety Department. Applicant must have a valid driver’s license, be MCOLES certified, have a minimum of 5 years’ experience, and be able to operate a computer and mobile terminal data (MTD). Applicant must be willing to submit to drug screening and a criminal background check.  Click for a position description and employment application. Completed applications should be returned to: Village of Bellaire, P.O. Box 557, Bellaire, MI 49615-0557.

The Village of Bellaire is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



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The Village of Bellaire has authorized the distribution of the proposed Village of Bellaire Master Plan for review and comment. Comment from interested parties is open until August 9, 2019. The proposed Master Plan is available here. For questions or comments regarding the Master Plan, please contact Lori Luckett at 231.533.8213 or vlgclerk@bellairemichigan.com. Written comments may be emailed to Ms. Luckett or mailed to: Village of Bellaire, Attention: Lori Luckett, P.O. Box 557, Bellaire, MI 49615.


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The Village of Bellaire is seeking applicants to fill an alternate board member vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Terms of service are for three (3)

years. The Zoning Board of Appeals meets annually in April and holds other meetings as needed. Applications for Appointment are available here and at the village offices.


WARNING - BE ADVISED THAT COMPOST MAY NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE VILLAGE COMPOST PILE. An invasive species, known as Giant Knotwood, is present. Giant Knotwood is on the Michigan Prohibited and Restricted Invasive Species Plant List (Act 451 of 1994). This means that the possession, sale or movement of the plant, or any part of the plant is prohibited. The area is scheduled for treatment by a certified contractor. If you have any questions, please contact CAKE CISMA at 231.533.8363.


Village of Bellaire Policy for Freedom of Information Act Requests - On Wednesday June 3, 2015, the village council adopted Resolution No. 11 of 2015 establishing the village policy for FOIA requests. This policy is in effect as of June 9, 2015. The Public Summary of FOIA Policy provides an explanation of the village's FOIA policy relevant to the general public. Requests for information may be made using the FOIA Request for Public Records. An appeal of a processing fee the requestor believes to be excessive, may be made using the FOIA Appeal Form -To Appeal an Excees Fee. An appeal of the denial of a public record may be made using the FOIA Appeal Form-To Appeal a Denial of Records.

 

Village of Bellaire Title VI Non-Discrimination Plan - adopted by the village council on July 2, 2014.

 

Public Act 51, Section 18j, MCL 247.688j, Annual Certification of Employee-related Conditions

 

NOTICE TO PET OWNERS - The Village of Bellaire follows the Antrim County Animal Control Ordinance.

 

 

Village of Bellaire
202 N. Bridge St.
P.O. Box 557
Bellaire, MI 49615
231-533-8213
231-533-4183 fax
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