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  1. Pool Closed Image

    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...
  2. City Hall Closed due to Bad Weather

    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...
  3. Photo of county press conference

    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...
  4. Photo of gavel on laptpop

    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...
  5. Small business owners filling out incentive application

    Incentive Recipients

    The Seabrook Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Emergency Business Retention Incentive as follows: Read on...
  6. 1st Place Winner pictured with Mayor Thom Kolupski

    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...
  7. City Hall Closed due to Bad Weather

    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...
  8. Image of man writing letter - Letter from the Mayor

    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...
  9. Retail to Go Image

    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...
  10. Small business owners filling out incentive application

    SEDC announces Emergency Business Retention 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...
  11. Woman paying bill online

    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...
  12. Woman filing taxes

    Tax Filing Deadline Extension to July 15, 2020

    The federal income tax filing due date has been extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. Read on...
  13. Stay Home Seabrook Dining Contest Announcement - details described within page

    #StayHomeSeabrook Dining Contest

    Mayor Thom Kolupski and the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) would like to invite all Seabrook residents to participate in our #StayHomeSeabrook Dining Contest. Read on...
  14. Seabrook Police Vehicle

    Suspect charged with state felony after giving a false statement to police

    On Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at approximately 9:13 p.m. the Seabrook Police Department was dispatched to the 2800 block of NASA Parkway and upon arrival, officers encountered a highly intoxicated female in a red truck. Read on...
  15. County Judge Press Conference

    Harris County Extends Stay Home, Work Safe Order

    On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced the extension of the Stay Home, Work Safe order that will now run through April 30. Read on...
  16. City Hall Closed due to Bad Weather

    Seabrook City Facilities Close to Public

    The health and well-being of our residents, visitors, and staff is a top priority for the City of Seabrook, therefore, all city facilities will be temporarily closed to the public starting on Friday, March 20, 2020. Read on...
  17. Image of man writing letter - Letter from the Mayor

    Letter from Mayor Kolupski

    Together, we are facing an unprecedented state of emergency, not only in our city but throughout the greater Houston region, the state, the nation and even the world. Read on...
  18. Office of Emergency Management Update - please see news story for details

    City of Seabrook COVID-19 Updates for March 17

    With the Declaration of Disaster in effect for Seabrook, the Seabrook Office of Emergency Management is elevated to a Level 2- Partial Activation and continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation across the region and state. Read on...
  19. Image of COVID-19 Coronavirus

    Mayor Kolupski signs Local Disaster Declaration for Seabrook

    On Friday, March 13, Seabrook Mayor, Thom Kolupski, signed a local disaster declaration for Seabrook. Read on...
  20. Seabrook Hike and Bike Trails

    2020 Lucky Trail Running Events Canceled

    In the interest of public health, the 2020 Lucky Trail events to be held on March 13 through March 15 will be canceled. Read on...
  21. LonestarWashHands WEBSITE

    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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