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Standing advisory committees advise and assist the city commissioners in matters of Bellemeade City Government.  Bellemeade has had an Ethics Committee and a Public Safety Committee for several years.  The Beautification Committee died from lack of resident participation.

You have an increased opportunity for resident input by making your opinion heard PRIOR to Commission action on budgeting the expenditures of tax money, snow removal, public safety / neighborhood watch, streets / street lights, trash collection, yard sale dates and other community events, publicly owned lands in Bellemeade, zoning of adjacent areas that can affect your property value, and other local government areas that may affect your daily life.  Your participation is needed.  Volunteer just little of your time (maybe eight hours per year).

Sign up for a committee by contacting a City Commissioner or emailing mayor.bellemeade@gmail.com; thank you.

Recycle, trash, and yard waste are collected by Rumpke under the terms of a municipal contractual agreement with the City of Bellemeade (This is NOT a Metro service.).  Please report any problems with collection immediately by phone call to the Mayor, City of Bellemeade.  The mayor has a direct line to Rumpke.  Collection is every Tuesday with the following holiday adjustments:

………January 1 delayed until Wednesday, January 2

……..May 28 – Memorial Day  delayed to  Wednesday, May 29

The Agenda for the regular City Commission meeting shall be posted on this website one week prior to the meeting.  If you want something considered by the Commission, please contact a Commissioner or email either  mayor.bellemeade@gmail.com or bellemeadecityclerk@gmail.com.

Metro Ordinances pertaining to unlicensed vehicles, over-sized vehicles, dual rear axle vehicles, and inoperable vehicles apply to Bellemeade.   Parking those type vehicles in residential areas is prohibited by Metro ordinance. Violation of the ordinance can result in civil court action, impoundment of the vehicle(s), and a large fine. It is the responsibility of the property owner to abide by the ordinance regardless of who owns the vehicle(s).  Call 311 with complaints / violation reports.