Current Projects

The City of Seabrook strives to build a city that is cohesive and strategically designed to provide the best quality of life to Seabrook residents and visitors. Plans and projects work together to provide roadmaps for city staff in developing a city that works for its people. Some plans are geographically specific, while others include the whole city, while even others are focused on a specific component of city development. 


City plans vary by department, for example, some are geographically specific, while others include the whole city, and then there are those that are focused on a specific component of city development. Click the links below to learn more about each plan!


Listed below are current city projects many that may affect transit within the city. For more information about city projects please email the City of Seabrook..

SH 146 Expansion Project

After many years of doubt, the expansion of State Highway 146 will soon become a reality. The expansion of the highway is greatly needed to alleviate daily traffic congestion and will also allow safe passage for motorists during hurricane evacuations. SH 146 is an official hurricane evacuation corridor. Learn More...

Water Plant Relocation (GST) Project Number 2016-11

The Seabrook Water Plant Relocation project is underway. It was awarded on September 20, 2016 for total bid amount of $1,922,307.80 to Long and Son, Inc. The project involves the demolition of the existing 600,000 gallon ground storage tank located on Humble Dr. and the construction of 1,000,000 gallon ground storage tank located off of Lakeside Dr. Project is expected to be compete mid August, 2017.

  • Awarded September 20, 2016 for total bid amount of $1,922,307.80 to Long and Son, Inc
  • Site has primary power as of 9/6/2017
  • Tank disinfection completed 9/22
  • SCADA complete 09/29
  • Concrete fence and chain link installation complete week of Oct. 30, 2017
  • Demo of pump room and old tank complete week of Oct 30
  • Generators swapped at well sites 1 & 2
  • Underground piping complete
  • Centerpoint installed electrical meters at Well 1 site
  • Centerpoint gas meteres completed March 8
  • Substantial completion walkthrough held April 17 and punch list generated
  • Electrical final walktrhough held April 30 and punch list generated
  • GST interior coating clean, surface prep and repair began April 30

Todville Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement Project (CIP Number WW4)

Seabrook Public Works will be making sanitary sewer improvements along Todville Rd. from Brummerhop St. to East Meyer St. Design is underway for this project which involves the replacement/rehabilitation of approximately 6,055 feet of 8 and 10 inch sewer mains using pipe burst and open cut construction methods. The construction will also include the replacement/rehabilitation of manholes, replacing sewer crossings and reconnecting existing sewer services.

  • Project will replace the existing sewer lines which are in poor condition from Brummerhop St. to East Meyer Ave
  • Project is in the design phase
  • City Staff met with the County to discuss the project on Oct. 25, 2017
  • Letter to Harris County sent concerning City responsibility for street repairs around project sewer manholes; this was needed for County permit
  • Looking to advertise week of January 8, 2018
  • Pre-Bid meeting held on 1/18/2018.
  • Bids opened 1/25/2018 and are under review.
  • WadeCon, LLC is low bidder ($989,900.00); City Council accepted the contract on 2/20/2018 agenda.
  • Contracts signed and executed
  • Week of April 16 start date.
  • WadeCon Harris County permits approved 04/11/18.
  • 04/12 Put up signage, take pre-con videos, erosion control measures.
  • Week of 4/23 -4/27: continued installing erosion control measures.
  • Well pointing test holes drilled on April 30 for 1,000 LF from E Meyer to the south; it was determined that well is not required for this footage.

Red Bluff Road Expansion

TxDOT and Harris County is planning a Red Bluff Expansion from Kirby Boulevard to State Highway 146. The purpose of the proposed project is to improve safety and enhance mobility to accommodate existing and expected future growth.

The proposed improvements include:

  • Constructing two eastbound lanes
  • Converting the existing roadway to a one-way westbound operation
  • Re-stripe the traffic to westbound only on the existing bridge over Taylor Lake
  • Adding a new bridge parallel to the existing bridge for eastbound traffic

The total project length is 1.5 miles of roadway. The project requires 0.3 additional acres of right of way; however, no displacement to local residents is expected.

The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been carried out by TxDOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated Dec. 16, 2014, and executed by the Federal Highway Administration and TxDOT. Learn more...

Pine Gully Waste Water Treatment Plant (CIP Number WW9)

Project is the first phase to relocate the wastewater treatment plant and will provide 0.25 MGD capacity. TCEQ TPDES discharge permit application is being developed.

  • Project is the first phase to relocate the wastewater treatment plant and will provide 0.25 MGD capacity.
  • TCEQ TPDES discharge permit application ongoing
  • Received “administratively complete” TCEQ review of permit allowing it to enter the technical review process. City has 30 days to publish Notice of Receipt of Application and Intent to Obtain a Water Quality Permit.
  • Still in design phase.
  • Permit substantially complete. Newspaper advertisement Dec 28, 2017.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades Ph. 2 (CIP Number WW6)

  • Bid opening held Aug. 24.
  • Received Cobb Fendley recommendation of award to R.P. Constructors, Inc. on 8/30/2017 for the amount of $690,400.00.
  • Council approved R.P. Constructors on 9/19
  • Pre-construction meeting held 10/17
  • Notice to Proceed issued for Monday, Oct. 23, 2017.
  • Clarifier drained Nov. 29 and contractor took measurements. Clarifier back in service Nov. 30.
  • RP Construction put together crane for wet well work; meeting scheduled for 5/7 to discuss by-pass pumping.
  • Traffic control to begin week of May 14, 2018
  • Bypass pumping to begin week of May 14, 2018

SH 146 City Utility Relocates (CIP W7 and WW8)

  • TxDOT 60% Utility Coordination Design Meeting held Nov. 8.
  • City staff to meet with Cobb Fendley to discuss project Dec. 4.
  • Met with TxDOT at City Hall to address City concerns before letting
  • 90% meeting held January 30
  • Letting scheduled for May 2018, construction in fall
  • Bids received May 2 with Webber, LLC as apparent low bidder. City utility relocation aspect of the cost is under the engineer’s cost estimate.