Mayor Thom Kolupski has signed a local disaster declaration to assist the City of Seabrook with mitigating and recovering from Winter Storm Uri. Disaster declarations are designed to assist with emergency service reimbursements for funds expensed on storm preparations and recovery.
Residents should avoid travel and stay indoors as the storm moves through the area this evening. Pets should be brought inside or be provided with shelter from the storm. Plants should be covered or also brought inside. Outdoor pipes should be wrapped and residents should consider dripping a faucet to prevent pipes from bursting. In the event a home pipe bursts, residents should turn off the water to the home at the water meter and contact a plumber. Pipes that burst within the city right of way should be reported to Seabrook Public Works by calling (281) 291-5725.
With this storm, there is a high probability of electricity outages and if electricity services are impacted, please do not call 9-1-1. Residents may report outages directly to CenterPoint by calling (713) 207-2222 and monitor outages online at www.seabrooktx.gov/power-outage.
Trash service will be suspended on Monday, February 15, 2021. Monday customers will have their service resume on their next scheduled day, weather permitting. Another update will be provided on Monday, February 15, 2021, to determine the serviceability for Tuesday pickup.
Please remember, 9-1-1 is ONLY for emergencies; non-emergencies may be reported by calling Seabrook Dispatch at (281) 291-5610.
Residents can learn more about Winter Storm Uri and its impact by visiting these websites:
Download Winter Storm Declaration of Disaster