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  1. Laster 2019 SPD Member of the Year

    “Service Above Self” Seabrook Rotary Recognizes Outstanding Public Servants

    Earlier this month, the Seabrook Rotary recognized Police Officer James Hill as the 2019 Seabrook Police Department Officer of the Year and Lieutenant Nicole Laster as the 2019 Seabrook Volunteer Fire Department SFVD) Member of the Year. Read on...
  2. Seabrook City Council

    February 18 City Council Recap

    City Council meet this past Tuesday at City Hall for their regularly scheduled meeting. Learn more about what was discussed. Read on...
  3. Feral Hogs

    Feral Hogs in Seabrook

    Seabrook Animal Control has received several calls regarding packs of feral hogs at Wildlife Park just off Red Bluff Road in Seabrook. This is not unusual but may cause apprehension to residents. Read on...
  4. Photo of Carothers Coastal Gardens

    2020 Carothers Coastal Gardens Task Force

    Seabrook City Council is actively seeking residents to serve on a 2020 Carothers Coastal Gardens (CCG) Task Force to review and provide a proposal on the future usage of the property owned by the City of Seabrook. Read on...
  5. Seabrook Lucky Trails - People running on bridge

    17th Annual Lucky Trails event revving up for March 13-15

    Sponsored by the City of Seabrook, organizer Running Alliance Sport (RAS) challenges runners with three days of races in the 17th annual Seabrook Lucky Trails Event on Friday, March 13th, Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15th. Read on...
  6. Photo of small dog

    Pet License and Registration

    Seabrook Animal Control would like to remind all residents of the city requirement to have your pet licensed. Read on...
  7. Seabrook Police Department Vehicle

    Joint police operation results in 25 arrests

    January is recognized as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. In support of the national recognition, the Seabrook Police Department and the Webster Police Department conducted a joint operation. Read on...
  8. Promotion of Officer Fernando Rodriguez

    January 21 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 the week. Read on...
  9. Man in handcuffs

    Man arrested charged with Indecency with a Child

    On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, the Seabrook Police Department arrested 73-year-old Richard Morgan after receiving reports of indecent exposure from a witness at the Evelyn Meador Library. Read on...
  10. Seabrook City Council

    January 7 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 the week. Read on...
  11. Box of Documents for Shredding

    Seabrook Community Shred Day

    The City of Seabrook will be hosting a Community Shred Day to allow residents to properly and securely dispose of these types of documents. The event will take place Tuesday, January 14 between 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Seabrook City Hall. Read on...
  12. Wastewater Treatment Plant after Hurricane Ike

    Seabrook awarded $3.9 million FEMA grant for wastewater treatment retrofit

    Earlier this week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded the city of Seabrook $3.9 million through their Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) for a wastewater system infrastructure retrofit project. Read on...
  13. Seabrook EMS Life Saving Award Presentation

    December 3 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 the week. Read on...
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