Welcome to Mont Belvieu's Engineering Department. This section is intended to provide you with general references, answers to common questions, and frequently used forms.
Our department's goal is to implement the City's Comprehensive Plan by supporting consistent construction and development codes and inspection services to protect health, safety, and public welfare.
Capital Improvement Projects
To provide comprehensive development and review services to citizens, developers, and contractors. To ensure proper, safe, and high-quality infrastructure improvements and renovations designed and constructed by the private sector and the City of Mont Belvieu. To inspect and ensure compliance with local, state, and federal rules and regulations to achieve the overall Comprehensive Plan of the City of Mont Belvieu.
One of the things that help our City be the best it can be is hearing from you. Whether it’s seeing something in need of improvement or questions about one of our large Capital Improvement projects, we want to hear from you. Please click here to use our Resident Feedback Portal to create a report and let us know what you feel we need to address.
To receive a text message or email when new bids are added click here.
The documents are on file at www.civcastusa.com. There is no cost to view the plans, and printing can be done through the website or in your own office. Sets of hard copies of Bidding Documents will not be sold.
As per requirements of the Texas General Land Office, a public hearing of the completion of the Hurricane Harvey Infrastructure project on 146 has been completed. The completion of the project will brought up for comments at City Council meeting on March 27, 2023
Establishing New Service
Welcome to Mont Belvieu. We are so glad that we can be your new hometown. To establish new utility service, just CLICK HERE to go to our Utility Billing page. Whether it’s water, sewer, solid waste, or our award-winning MB Link internet utility, you’ll find all the information you need to establish service.
Reporting A Street Light Outage
CenterPoint Energy manages Mont Belvieu’s street lights. If you need to report an outage, you can click here.