Belmont News

New Interactive Website

The City of Belmont is pleased to announce that it has launched its new website as of January 26, 2016.   
 
The website www.cityofbelmont.org just underwent a five-month re-design process by CivicPlus, the leading government website provider. The website now has online features such as athletic registration, park facility reservation, job application submissions, as well as a cleaner, easier layout to navigate.
 The homepage provides quick access to the most popular services, such as paying utility bills and registering for youth athletics, as well as featuring news stories and a community calendar.  Some of the other features include:

  • “Citizen request tracker,” which allows our residents, business owners, or visitors to report concerns and follow the city’s response; and
  • “Notify me” feature that allows residents to sign up to receive notifications on issues, topics, or events that are important to them.

“We are excited to offer our citizens a more professional website utilizing better technology to enhance our civic engagement and communication between residents and local government,” Mayor Charlie Martin said.



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Meet the New Chief of Police

The City of Belmont, on behalf of the Mayor and City Council, would like to ask the public to join us as we introduce the community to our new Chief of Police, H.C."Skip" Clark II, on Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The meet and greet will be held at the Belmont Police Department located at 201 Chronicle Street. Light refreshments will be served.

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Volunteers Needed to Serve

The Belmont city council is soliciting applications for volunteers to serve on various city boards.  There are four seats available on the Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustment, one seat available on the Planning Board, and three seats available on the Environmental Sustainability Board.  Two of the three seats on the environmental sustainability board are “youth membership” seats, ideally one high school and one college student.
“Boards and committees offer citizens an opportunity to participate in a city’s governmental affairs.  Their activities have helped to shape or influence public policy in many areas,” said Interim City Manager Adrian Miller.
For those citizens who are interested in serving on a board, please visit our website at www.cityofbelmont.org to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of each board.  Applicants can apply online or visit City Hall located at 115 N. Main Street, Belmont.  Members are appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve.
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