Due to construction at the front entrance of the Library, services today will be limited to curbside only (along Penelope).
Up to 48 grants of $5,000 each are available.
Belton voters select mayor, two councilmembers and pass five Charter amendments.
The incident occurred at 8:10 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2.
Silver Santa is a program that benefits Belton residents who take part in the RU OK? senior care program.
30 Belton small businesses received grants.
Search for a new Director of Planning is under way.
Parks Board proposed new names on Aug. 17.
Voters will consider five proposed amendments.
Burglary and thefts occurred over the weekend.
Grants will be limited to City of Belton businesses.
Construction will begin on Tuesday.
Accident occurred on Loop 121 on Thursday.
Suspect is a 16-year-old juvenile.
Teenager was shot twice.
Funds will help support several improvements planned for the newest area of the park.
City Council will consider adopting the update at a meeting on Sept. 15.
Public hearings for 2021 Budget and tax rate are set for Sept. 8.
Event was scheduled in the fall.
Council has directed Parks Board to organize a diverse committee to help inform the decision on a new name for the park and nearby Confederate Park Drive.
Stage 1 calls for voluntary reductions in water usage.
The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, a partnership between the City of Belton and United Way of Central Texas, is accepting applications.
The three concerts will be at a local restaurant.
Parade will be digital this year.
Repair is under way.
Employee tested positive on Monday.
Chief Jonathon Fontenot's first day of work in Belton is scheduled for June 15.
Belton restaurant temporarily closed for COVID-19 sanitation purposes.
House fire occurred on Saturday, May 16,
View local information about COVID-19.