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    Full Road Closures

    Todville Rd between Hammer St and 10th St and Main St between North Meyer Ave and Todville Rd are both currently closed to all vehicle traffic and these streets will remain closed for the remainder of the day and night until floodwaters recede. Read on...
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    Voluntary Evacuation

    Mayor Thom Kolupski has issued a voluntary evacuation for residents and businesses in low-lying areas in Seabrook, specifically lower Todville from Red Bluff south to SH 146 and Baywood Drive. Read on...
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    Tropical Weather Advisory

    The Seabrook Office of Emergency Management continues to closely monitor the tropical weather outlook as Tropical Depression 22 continues tracking towards the Texas coast. Read on...
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    September 15 City Council Recap

    The following is a recap of a City of Seabrook City Council meeting. City Council Meeting agendas are posted to seabrooktx.gov prior to each meeting and the recap will be distributed and posted to the website the following day. Read on...
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    Water and Wastewater Rates

    City of Seabrook residential and commercial water customers will see an increase on their September and October utility bill which will be issued at the beginning of November. Read on...
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    City Staff Going Above and Beyond in Seabrook

    Three incredible City of Seabrook employees were recognized at last night’s Seabrook City Council meeting for their dedication to public service by going above and beyond their job responsibilities. Read on...
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    School Zones Now Active

    School is back in session, and all school zones in Seabrook are now active. Read on...
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    Trash Service Information

    Waste Management has suspended trash and recycling services for Thursday, August 2020, due to Hurricane Laura Read on...
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    Voluntary Evacuation

    Mayor Thom Kolupski has extended the voluntary evacuation recommendation to the entire city. The National Weather Services has issued Hurricane Warning for Seabrook and a Storm Surge Warning for Galveston Bay. Read on...
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    Low-Lying Area Voluntary Evacuation

    Mayor Thom Kolupski has issued a voluntary evacuation for residents and businesses in low-lying areas in Seabrook, specifically lower Todville from Red Bluff south to SH 146 and Baywood Drive. Read on...
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    Tropical Weather Advisory

    The Seabrook Office of Emergency Management continues to closely monitor the tropical weather outlook as Tropical Storm Laura continues tracking towards the Texas-Louisiana coast. Read on...
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    August 20 City Council and Planning & Zoning Joint Meeting Recap

    The following is a recap of a Joint City of Seabrook City Council and Planning & Zoning meeting. All public meeting agendas are posted to seabrooktx.gov prior to each meeting, and the recap will be posted to the website within three to five business days. Read on...
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    August 18 City Council Recap

    The following is a recap of a City of Seabrook City Council meeting. City Council Meeting agendas are posted to seabrooktx.gov prior to each meeting and the recap will be distributed and posted to the website within three to five business days. Read on...
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    Public Hearing

    Public Hearing to be held on Preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) “Seabrook Town Center” Read on...
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    August 4 Planning & Zoning Recap

    The following is a recap of a recent City of Seabrook Planning & Zoning meeting. Planning & Zoning agendas are posted to seabrooktx.gov at least 75-hours prior to each meeting and the recap will be distributed within five business days after the meeting. Read on...
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    August 4 City Council Recap

    The following is a recap of a City of Seabrook City Council meeting. City Council Meeting agendas are posted to seabrooktx.gov prior to each meeting and the recap will be distributed and posted to the website the following day. Read on...
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    Local Girl Scouts Install Beautiful Garden at Seabrook Animal Shelter

    Earlier this summer, local Girl Scout Troop 139005, planted a beautiful garden in front of the Seabrook Animal Shelter. Read on...
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    Be Water Smart

    Without a doubt, it is hot outside. The National Weather Services has issued heat advisories for several days in a row, and it doesn’t look like rain will be heading our way anytime soon. Read on...
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    Pool Remains Closed

    Per the Mayor's Executive Order No. 4 the city swimming pool and splash pad will remain closed for the remainder of the 2020 swim season. Read on...
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    Childrens Lighthouse

    Former volunteer firefighter opens Childrens Lighthouse in Seabrook to lleviate the stress of finding proper child care for parents in Seabrook. Read on...
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    Executive Order Closes Pool

    Effective at noon today, July 3, 2020, the city’s pool, Pelican Bay, and the city’s splash pad at Monroe Field will be temporarily closed. Read on...
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    No Fire Works Ordinance

    The City of Seabrook Fire Marshal Office and the Seabrook Police Department would like to remind citizens of the No Fireworks Ordinance within Seabrook city limits. It is illegal to store, possess, or discharge fireworks within the city limits. Read on...
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    Facilities Close to Public Access

    The health and well-being of our residents, visitors, and staff is a top priority for the City of Seabrook; therefore, as a strong preventative measure, city administrative offices are closing to the public beginning Thursday, July 2, 2020. Read on...
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    New Advisories and Mandates

    Judge Lina Hildago increased the County’s COVID-19 Threat Level to Severe (RED) and issued an advisory urging all residents to stay home unless leaving for essential needs. Read on...
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    County Relief Fund

    The Harris County COVID-19 Relief Fund is disbursing $15 million to 44 local, community-based organizations that will provide vulnerable individuals and families support for housing, electricity, food, childcare, and other essential needs. Read on...
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    Hurricane Season

    The 2020 Hurricane Season is around the corner, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a busy Atlantic 2020 season. Read on...
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    Virtual Court

    Presiding Judge Dick Gregg III and the Seabrook Municipal Court recently implemented new technology which will allow for virtual court proceedings. Read on...
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    Incentive Recipients

    The Seabrook Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Emergency Business Retention Incentive as follows: Read on...
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    Dining Contest Winners

    Mayor Thom Kolupski and the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce the winners of the #StayHomeSeabrook Dining Contest. Read on...
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    Stay Home Orders Expires

    At midnight tonight, April 30, 2020, the Texas Governor's Stay Home Order and Harris County's Stay Home Work Safe Order will expire, and we will enter into Phase 1 of the Governor's plan to Open Texas. Read on...
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    Message from the Mayor

    The order has been issued by the County Judge, it is not a local ordinance or city rule. These recommendations were issued by healthcare professionals giving guidance for the wellbeing of residents in Harris County. Read on...
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    Retail to Go begins Friday

    Last week Governor Abbott issued an executive order to safely and strategically reopen select services as the first step in reopening Texas. Read on...
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    SEDC Business Incentive

    The Seabrook Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) is now inviting Seabrook businesses who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to apply for the Seabrook Emergency Business Retention Incentive. Read on...
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    How to Pay Your Utility Bill

    While City Hall is currently closed to the public residents are still able to pay their utility bills and may do so with these alternative methods. Read on...
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    Tax Deadline Extension

    The federal income tax filing due date has been extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. Read on...
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    Seabrook Encourages the Public to Help Prevent the Spread of Illness

    Harris County Public Health has been actively monitoring and tracking the confirmed cases of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Harris County. Read on...
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