Belize City Council

  • City Emergency Zooms In on Awareness and Prevention

    The City Emergency Management Organization is holding a two day symposium titled “Municipal Symposium on Fire Management, Awareness and Preparation”.  The discussions for the two day event include administration, fire safety...

  • CITCO Evaluates Emergency Responders

    On April 11, quick response personnel of the Belize Emergency Response Team, BERT along with other medical response agencies staged a road traffic accident simulation in Belize City. The simulation served...

  • BCC’s Quest to Demolish Derelict Structures Continue

    The Belize City Council has partnered with a number of organizations to try and rid the city of derelict houses which pose a threat to safety. Belize City Councilor Philip Willoughby...

  • Feeding the Children at St John’s Vianney

    Deputy Mayor of the Belize City Council gave a thousand dollars toward the feeding program at Saint John’s Vianney Primary School in the Port Loyola division.  While it may seem like...

  • From City Hall to A Museum

    Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley has plans to relocate the city council to the old Commercial Building in downtown Belize City. The plan was announced back in August 2014 but more...

  • Mayor Bradley Torn Between Politics and Private Life

    Darrell Bradley recently returned from South Florida and when we spoke to him on Friday one of the questions posed to him dealt with his political future. As you may recall,...

  • Mayor Bradley on Business in Miramar, Florida

    Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley is back in the county after travelling to South Florida. Bradley was invited by the mayors of Miramar City and Broward County to participate in a...

  • City Council Blocks Fishermen From Their Boats

    Fishermen who have been using the old commercial center building to access their boats which they have docked in the Haulover Creek are not happy with the Belize City Council tonight....

  • Rain Impedes Canal Works at Yarborough

    The Belize City Council continues its work on the Yarborough canal but has been met with a few challenges presented by Mother Nature. The rains, which Councilor Phillip Willoughby says were...

  • BCC Ridding the City of Derelicts

    The Belize City Council has partnered with the Belize Police Department, the National Fire Service, the National Emergency Management Organization and the Human Services Department to eliminate abandoned buildings from within...

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