That’s easy! Mont Belvieu is a booming town on the eastern edge of the Greater Houston metro, with a rich history that is steeped in the story of the oil and gas exploration of the Texas Gulf Coast. Mont Belvieu offers a wonderful quality of life for those desiring a hometown setting with a family-oriented atmosphere.
With a variety of quality homes, state-of-the-art parks and recreation facilities, exemplary Barbers Hill ISD public schools, access to amazing employers, proximity to premiere outdoor sporting, and the City's fiber-optic gigabit internet service, MB Link, there are so many reasons to find your energy in Mont Belvieu and make it your destination to live, work, and play!
The City of Mont Belvieu is open for business! Our inviting staff is here to ensure your success and connect your business with our community that’s eager to shop, dine, and play locally.
We look forward to seeing you around – welcome to Mont Belvieu!
~350 housing unit growth annually.
MB Link is Texas’ first municipally owned and operated gigabit internet utility. Meeting the digital demands of today’s business world can be daunting. But, MB Link has no data caps or throttling like you see with the national providers, so your data will flow fast! And, you'll have easy access to our award-winning hometown customer service. That means your business can keep moving and your customers will stay happy.
Local governments often use property tax abatements to attract new industry and commercial enterprises and to encourage the retention and development of existing businesses. Incorporated cities, counties, and special districts are allowed to enter into tax abatement agreements.
A tax abatement is a local agreement between a taxpayer and a taxing unit that exempts all or part of the increase in the value of the real property and/or tangible personal property from taxation for a period not to exceed 10 years. Tax abatements are an economic development tool available to cities, counties, and special districts to attract new industries and to encourage the retention and development of existing businesses through property tax exemptions or reductions.
Public notice of any pending tax abatement agreements will be posted 30 days prior to a vote by City Council.
TEXAS TAX CODE § 312.001
The Revitalization Grant Program provides matching grants per fiscal year based on allocated funds determined by City Council. Grant funds awarded through the program focus on exterior work on buildings and storefronts within the designated city zones that are visible to the public.