Seabrook Alert COVID-19 InformationImportant Notice: Harris County Public Health is the lead agency for information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 for our region. We encourage the public to visit Harris County Public Health for more information.

COVID-19 FAQ

Governor Abbott’s Stay Home Orders have expired in addition to the Stay Home order by Harris County. We continue to post commonly asked questions here. If you have a question that is not listed please email citycomm@seabrooktx.gov so we can add it to the list. You may also find the answer to your question on the FAQ on the Ready Harris website here.


1. What businesses can start to reopen?

Several businesses may begin reopening to the public with limited capacities and with additional safety precautions in place. At this time this includes, retail, restaurants, single person offices, museums and libraries, parks and beaches, movie theaters, churches and places of worship, some outdoor sport facilities, and barber shops and salons. For a full list and more information about these businesses visit the Governor’s Open Texas website

2. Are bars allowed to reopen? 

No, at this time bars are not allowed to open to the public. Bars which serve food may continue to operate by offering curbside, delivery and pickup only. If you would like to report a bar which is operating in violation of current orders, please call (832) 839-6941 to report violations. 

3. Can I go fishing?

Yes. You may fish in public-right-of-ways and on piers that have not been closed to the public. Pine Gully Fishing Pier is now open to the public. Please respect other people and always follow social distancing recommendations. 

4. Can I take my boat out?

Yes. Outdoor activities are encouraged. Please note that you and your immediate family should be the only ones permitted on the boat. Please refer to the Social Distancing When Boating flyer. 

5. When will salons and barbershops reopen?
Salons, barbershops and similar businesses were allowed to reopen starting Friday, May 8 at limited capacities with additional safety precautions in place. For more information about these businesses visit the Governor’s Open Texas website
6. Where can I report businesses that continue to operate in violation of the current orders?

If you would like to report a business which is operating in violation of current orders please go here and complete the form. You may also call (832) 839-6941 to report violations.

7. How do I apply for a waiver to continue my business operations?

To apply for an essential business exception, click here.

8. Is Pine Gully Park open?

Yes, Pine Gully Park has reopened to the vehicle access and is monitored by the City’s Gate Keeper. City staff may close the park at their discretion if overcrowding becomes an issue. 

9. Where can I find information about case count in Seabrook?
Harris County Public Health now updates city case counts daily here. By clicking on Seabrook in the Confirmed Cases by City chart, you can find a breakdown of the City’s numbers.
10. How do I pay my water bill?

At this time, the Water Department desk at City Hall is open for in-person utility payments by appointment only. Anyone who enters City Hall must wear a mask and use the hand sanitizer located around the downstairs and upstairs lobbies. We encourage residents to utilize any of our alternative payment methods including paying online at www.seabrooktx.gov/payments, by mail to Seabrook Utility Billing, 1700 1st Street, Seabrook, TX 77586 or dropped in the overnight drop box located at the exit of the City Hall parking lot (same address). Please make all checks payable to the City of Seabrook. Utility disconnects, which have been temporarily suspended, will resume in July. For assistance email Customer Service at ub@seabrooktx.gov or call (281) 291-5713. Someone will be able to assist you during normal business hours Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Fridays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.