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  1. Red Bluff Expansion

    TxDOT to Conduct Public Hearing for Red Bluff Road Expansion

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will hold a Public Hearing for the Red Bluff Expansion on Thursday, June 21, 2018, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the NASA Gilruth Center, located at 1201 E. NASA Parkway. Read on...
  2. Fish Kill

    Fish Kill in Seabrook

    You may be wondering “what is that smell?”, Seabrook and other coastal cities are experiencing a “fish kill” according to Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD). Read on...
  3. Bay Area Veterans Memorial

    City Offices Closed for Memorial Day

    The City of Seabrook will observe the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 28, 2018. In observance of this holiday, City Hall and other city offices will be closed. Read on...
  4. Woman buckling her seat belt

    Click It or Ticket Seabrook

    May is Seat Belt Safety Awareness Month and the Seabrook Police Department is stepping up their efforts to ticket anyone not wearing a seatbelt by is participating in the state wide “Click or Ticket” campaign. Read on...
  5. City Launches New Website

    Seabrook Launches New Website

    ?The City of Seabrook is pleased to announce that we will be launching a redesigned city website, today, May 10, 2018. It will feature enhanced resources and functionality designed exclusively for Seabrook residents, businesses and visitors. Read on...
  6. Swimming Thumbs Up Pool Opens

    Pelican Bay is Opening Soon

    Pelican Bay will open on June 5th for the 2018 pool season. Pool passes will be available for purchase beginning on May 14th. Read on...
  7. File for Place on May 5 City Council Ballot

    Unofficial City Council Election Results

    On Saturday, May 5, 2018, the City of Seabrook held a General Election for City Council and the unofficial results are as follows: Ed Klein for Position No. 1, Jeff Larson for Position No. 3 and Buddy Hamman for Position No. 5. Read on...
  8. Pine Gully Fishing Pier - News

    Pine Gully Pier Is Open

    Thank you for your patience as we made repairs to the Pine Gully Fishing Pier. The pier was damaged during Harvey and in order to be reimbursed by FEMA for the repairs, FEMA protocol had to be followed. Read on...
  9. Elizabeth Rushing Receives Silent Hero Award

    Seabrook Dispatcher Receives Silent Hero Award

    On Wednesday, April 11th Seabrook Police Department dispatcher, Elizabeth Rushing received the Silent Hero award at the Texas Public Safety Conference in Galveston, Texas. Read on...
  10. Todville Sewer Improvements

    Construction to start on Todville Sanitary Sewer Project

    On April 2, 2018, the City of Seabrook will begin the Todville Sanitary Sewer Project which is part of an ongoing effort to reduce inflow and infiltration into the city’s sanitary sewer system. Read on...
  11. SH 146 Highway Expansion Moving Forward

    SH 146 Expansion is moving forward as planned

    The Texas Department of Transportation Houston District recently released a statement regarding the SH 146 Expansion Project. “TxDOT is pleased to have reached a negotiated settlement with Union Pacific and right-of-way acquisitions are moving forward." Read on...
  12. Keep Texas Beautiful Affiliation

    City of Seabrook Becomes Keep Texas Beautiful Affiliate

    The City of Seabrook with the assistance of the Open Space and Trails Committee has joined the affiliate program of Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB), a statewide community improvement, litter prevention, and beautification organization. Read on...
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    Seabrook Rotary Awards Police Officer of the Year

    On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, the Seabrook Rotary recognized Seabrook Police Officer Fernando Rodriguez as their Seabrook Police Officer of the Year recipient. Read on...
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