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Yes, there is a leash law in effect within Seabrook City Limits, city ordinance states that any animal not being physically restrained on or off private property is considered to be at-large and in violation of Section 10-121.
Yes, animals are available for adoption after being held a minimum of three working days. For more information on adoptions, please call the shelter at 281-291-5644 or send an email.
All dogs and cats must be registered with the City of Seabrook. Registration is $10 and can be paid in person at City Hall. The registration fee for pets that are spayed or neutered will be waived, but registration is still required. For more information call Animal Control at (281) 291-5644.
The City of Seabrook Animal Control Department can provide residents with live animal traps and will pick up the trap and trapped animal. To request a trap you must call Animal Control at (281) 291-5644.
The Seabrook Animal Shelter is located at 1100 Red Bluff Road and is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5 pm and Saturdays from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Report it by calling (281) 291-5610 and the animal control officer will handle the animal when on duty.
Bills are mailed by the last day of each month so you should receive it within the first week of the following month. If you don’t receive your bill, please call the Utility Billing Department at (281) 291-5600 to inquire about balance due, payments received, etc. * Remember, not receiving your bill does not exempt your account from a penalty, service fees or disconnection.
When you instruct your bank to pay your utility bill, it may take your bank one week or longer to complete the process and mail the check. If the check does not reach the City by the 15th of the month, it could result in a penalty being assessed on your account. To be sure your payments are credited in a timely manner, the City offers an automatic debit program where the funds are electronically transferred from your account to ours each month based on the amount of your bill. You will never again need to worry about whether your payment has been received. You will still receive a monthly bill so you will know in advance the amount being charged to your account, but it will state on the bill that it is being paid by draft.
At this time, we are not scheduling tours of the venue.
The Community House is directly across the street from City Hall and the perfect location for your meetings and events. We encourage residents to utilize the Community House for meetings as well as nonprofit events. We offer great discounts to local youth and adult civic groups. Please see Community House Fee & Rate Schedule for additional information and to download the rental application. You may also call City Hall at (281) 291-5600.
For reservation inquiries, please contact the Events and Communication Specialist at (281) 291-5778. You can find additional information about reservation fees, available amenities and availability at www.carotherscoastalgardens.com
Yes, please visit our Parks and Facilities Reservations page for additional information: https://www.seabrooktx.gov/506/Rent-A-City-Park
Admission information is available here: https://www.seabrooktx.gov/237/Swimming-Pool
Yes, rental information is available here: https://www.seabrooktx.gov/237/Swimming-Pool
Yes, the City of Seabrook offers two sessions of swim lessons each summer. Each session includes six 40- minute swim instruction for beginner and intermediate swimmers ages 4-11 years old. Each session is limited to fifteen students. Each session is $40 for residents and $60 for non-residents. Visit the swimming lessons page for more info
Yes. Moving and movers are permitted to operate under the order as essential activities.
Yes, but please follow all social distancing protocol and it is advise that you wear a mask while inside.
Yes. You may fish in public-right-of-ways or on piers that have not been closed to the public. Please respect other people and always follow social distancing recommendations.
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.
While the order does not restrict movement, all public or private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household or living unit are prohibited. If it is not necessary to travel to friends and family to assist with their care needs, then please stay home. Nothing in the order affects orders or agreements regarding child-related visitation or custody agreements.
To report non-essential entities violating current public health orders click this link or call 832-839-6941. The violators of this order are subject to fines and up to 180 days in jail.
To apply for an essential business exception, click here.
Yes. Our trails and parks continue to remain open to the public. We have closed Pine Gully Park to vehicle access but you may still access the park from the trail system. All restrooms, playground equipment, pavilions, exercise equipment, benches and seating, sporting equipment, ramps, water fountains, and several other park features may not be accessible due to social distancing requirements and the inability to maintain efficient sanitation due to moderate staffing and lack of disinfection supplies at this time.
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By following the Register for Priority Notifications link provided in this answer you will be taken to a web portal that allows you to enter your email address. Follow the online instructions to enter your personal information. It is your responsibility to keep this information up to date, so if you no longer use a landline telephone, please ensure you keep your cell phone number up to date in the system.
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Any items you normally use that you would need for three days should an emergency occur should also be included. If you have a pet, you will need three days’ supply of food and water for each pet. Should you have to evacuate, these supplies should go with you. More extensive lists and information can be found on websites dealing with preparedness, such as Ready.gov. It is also a very good idea to have a “go bag” ready in case you have to evacuate either your home or work place. This small bag could include those personal items you would need if you had to leave without any notice as well as copies of financial records, pet’s veterinarian records, extra keys for house and car, cash, spare glasses or other special needs items, such as medications, batteries for assistive devices and copies of family documents. Make a Kit
The best way to prevent a fire is to prevent them from occurring. Routine fire inspections are one of the most effective ways to do that. The purpose of the inspections is multifold:
We strive to inspect businesses on an annual basis.
You can contact the Seabrook Fire Marshal’s Office at (281) 291-5787 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fire Code is a group of fire safety requirements that are developed to protect a specific type of operation, to protect the occupants of a building from fire, and to reduce the potential for a fire to start. These requirements are developed based on information gathered from around the country where fires have been in the past. A significant amount of investigation and research is conducted to determine the actual cause of fire before an item becomes a part of the Fire Code. Once the Fire Code has been adopted by a city, it becomes the City Ordinance that regulates fire safety. Failure to comply with the Fire Code can result in citations and fines.
The Fire Code used by the City of Seabrook is part of a series of Codes that are designed to do two specific things: (1) to protect the lives of the people who enter, work, visit, or otherwise occupy a building, and (2) to ensure that all aspects of the construction of a building, fire protection systems and the operations or functions performed within a building are done in a fire safe manner.
There are two general reasons why fire/safety inspections are conducted.
If a violation is found that is a maintenance related problem, the Fire Inspector will provide a date (generally 30 days) to correct the violation. If the violation can be corrected during the inspection, it will be noted on the inspection form that the correction has already taken place.If a violation is found that will require the alteration or installation of new equipment or safety features, the Fire Inspector will indicate this on the report, and provide a date to submit a written proposal to the Fire Marshal’s Office that will include an anticipated date that you can make the necessary corrections. Each written request is evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on the type of repair/installation that is needed. If the request is within a reasonable time limit, and a reasonable level of safety can be maintained, an extension to comply will generally be granted.
Once a Fire Inspector notifies you of a fire code violation, they will issue an inspection report requiring that the conditions are corrected immediately. A re-inspection will be scheduled to verify compliance based upon the schedule of the Fire Inspector. This is typically 30 days.
Initially, the Fire Inspector will issue a Notice of Violation. The Notice will indicate a date that the violation must be corrected by. The Fire Marshal’s Office will make every effort to work with the building owner/occupant to bring the building into compliance without having to take further legal action. However, if the building owner/occupant continues to resist efforts to correct a fire hazard, the owner/occupant is subject to receiving a citation.
A re-inspection becomes necessary when a violation is found that cannot be corrected at the time of the inspection. The reason for the re-inspection is to produce the documentation showing the violation has been corrected, and that the building is then in compliance with all applicable codes and laws.
Yes. As a property or business owner, who may have fire safety concerns about your business? Contact our office at (281) 291-5787 and ask for a Courtesy Inspection. We will schedule a convenient time to stop by and address any concerns you may have.
The requirements to install a fire alarm system are based on several factors that are found in current buildings (as well as buildings being built). These factors include the type of building classification, the number of people that can be in the building (based on maximum number of people), and size of the building.A fire alarm system is considered a life safety system. It is designed to operate automatically when either a manual pull station is activated or when smoke is detected by a smoke detector. Upon activation, it will notify the building occupants by flashing lights and a loud sound to evacuate the building.A fire alarm system is also one of the two most important fire protection systems that can be installed in a building to protect the contents, inventories, stock, merchandise, tools and equipment, and the lives of those people who work in the building and those who visit the building.
The requirements to install a fire sprinkler system are based on several factors that are found in current buildings (as well as buildings being built). These factors include the type of building classification, size of the building, and the contents of the building.A fire sprinkler system is considered a life safety system. It is designed to operate automatically when a certain amount of heat at the ceiling level activates a sprinkler head and causes water to flow. This water flow will either completely extinguish a fire or hold the fire from progressing further until the fire department can arrive. National Fire Protection Association statistics indicate that in almost all cases, only one or two sprinkler heads activate when a fire actually occurs.A fire sprinkler system is also one of the two most important fire protection systems that can be installed in a building to protect the contents, inventories, stock, merchandise, tools and equipment, and the lives of those people who work or reside in the building and those who visit the building.Contrary to the popular TV version of fire sprinklers, the activation of one sprinkler head does not cause all heads to go off and flood a building!
This is a misconception or myth. There are no provisions in the International Fire Codes that allow a building to exist in an unsafe condition.
The occupant load for a building is based on the number of people that can be in a specific area of a building. It uses the actual square foot of a room or area multiplied by a factor indicated in the Fire Code for that type of room use. The total occupant load for a building is calculated by adding all of the various room/area occupant loads together.Certain types of rooms are exempt from the calculation, such as a bathroom, because the bathroom would normally be occupied by someone from one of the other calculated rooms.The occupant load indicator listed in the Fire Code is different for different types of room uses; for example, an area used for an office does not need as much room as a room where manufacturing equipment is used. The seating area of a church with fixed pews is different from the seating area of a restaurant.
You must obtain a Certificate of Occupancy or a change in occupancy. In order to get this certificate, you must call the City of Seabrook Permit Office at (281) 291-5669 and schedule an inspection for a Certificate of Occupancy.An inspection is required because buildings are built based on the contents or operations to be performed inside the building. When the occupancy changes, the Fire Inspector has to check to make sure the fire protection related construction features of the building are consistent with the new occupancy and its contents and operations. You will be advised at the time if additional fire protection systems or fire resistive construction must be added based on your operations. If the building is found to meet the fire code for your occupancy requirements, the Certificate of Occupancy will be granted. If the building does not meet the specific Fire Code requirements, the Inspector will provide you with information on how to proceed from that point, and who to contact.
There are various types of permits that are required. A Permit allows the applicant to install or modify a specific fire protection system, storage tank or other system outlined in the fire code. A comprehensive list of permits issued can be obtained by contacting the City of Seabrook Permit office at (281) 291-5669.
Fees are currently assessed for the issuance of a permit according to the type of application. Contact the City of Seabrook Permit Office at (281) 291-5669 for Permit Fees.
You may contact the City of Seabrook Permit Office at (281) 291-5669 and request an application.
You may contact the City of Seabrook Permit Office at (281) 291-5669 or if specifically requiring a fire inspection only you may contact the Seabrook Fire Marshal’s Office at (281) 291-5787
We are located at the Seabrook City Hall, 1700 First Street Seabrook, Texas 77586.
1700 First StreetSeabrook, TX 77586
Public Works is located at 1100 Red Bluff Road, Seabrook, TX 77586. To make an appointment for grease and/or oil recycling, please call 281-291-5725. No solicitors, please.
By contacting Harris County Appraisal District at 713-957-7800.
The fogger truck can drive down unobstructed public rights-of-way and should fog within the boundaries of the Seabrook city limits during each spray.
The type of sprayer now used by the City of Seabrook is a ULV (ultra low volume) quiet fog sprayer. Coupled with the hours that we spray (7 pm – 5 am), residents may not hear or see the truck go by. Seabrook Mosquito Control is only able to spray accessible public rights-of-way.
Landing rate counts are conducted by City of Seabrook staff to measure adult mosquito activity in a specific location or area. This is achieved by counting the number of mosquitoes that land on a person within 1 minute. Spray schedules are then recommended by staff.
The product we use is EPA approved to treat mosquitos, flies, and gnats.
Please contact the Seabrook Municipal Court.
There are times when employees go above and beyond their call for duty. Law Enforcement employees, like everyone else, appreciate it when their good deeds are noticed. Too often they are remembered for the traffic tickets they issue or the arrests they have to make, and not for the thousands of helping hands they extend. If an employee of the Seabrook Police Department provides service that you feel should be commended, fill out a compliment form that is available online or at Seabrook Police Dispatch located at 1400 Cook Street, Seabrook, Texas, 77586. Chief Sean Wright will see that it gets to the employee and that a copy is placed in the employee’s personnel file. Citizen compliments boost employees morale, encourages them and all other employees of the Department to be more positive. We are proud of the good relationship we share with the community.
The complaint process is designed to deal with each case factually and fairly. Citizens who file complaints are treated respectfully, and their accusations are taken seriously. All complaints are investigated. Citizens can file complaints by submitting a written form obtained online or at the Seabrook Police Department located at 1400 Cook Street, Seabrook, Texas, 77586. A complaint does not need to be completed on the form available but does need to be in writing and signed. All complaints will be documented and forwarded for review. Many complaints can be explained satisfactorily by a visit or telephone call to the employee’s supervisor. The supervisor will talk with you about the complaint and try to resolve it. In order to ensure the integrity of the Department, all complaints are reviewed.
Seabrook Police Officers are strictly prohibited from engaging in bias based/racial profiling. In order to assure the public of the Seabrook Police Department’s commitment to providing service and enforcing laws in a fair and equitable manner, citizens who believe they have been the subject of bias based/racial profiling may file a complaint with the Seabrook Police Department located at 1400 Cook Street, Seabrook, Texas, 77586. | email@example.com | 281-291-5606 | Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
You may complete an open records request form or go to www.txdot.gov and order your report online. The current fee for accident reports is $6.00.
Please complete an open records request, you will be contacted when the report is ready.
Once a report is processed (up to 7 business days), it may then take an additional 7-10 business days after your request has been received.
We can fax and email reports once we receive your request and any applicable fees.
Submit your request in writing, in person. Background checks are only provided for residents who reside in Seabrook and are only local in nature. We cannot provide background checks on anyone other than the requestor.
By mail Leo Vasquez, Tax Assessor-Collector P.O. Box 3547 Houston, Texas 77253-3547 In person at the main office downtown (1100 Preston) or at any of the tax office branch locations. The closest location to Seabrook is at 16603 Buccaneer Lane just north of Bay Area Blvd. in Clear Lake. By phone Call (713) 368.2273. You will need your tax account number and a credit card. Online www.tax.co.harris.tx.us
The City of Seabrook can give you specific information on the location of your water and sewer lines by calling 281-291-5725. If you would like information on gas lines, contact the CenterPoint Energy Gas Division at 713-659-2222 or 800-752-8036. If you would like information on power lines contact the CenterPoint Energy Electric Division at 713-207-2111 or 800-752-8036. CenterPoint Energy will locate gas lines if you call 713-659-2111 or 800-752-8036. CenterPoint Energy will locate power lines if you call 713-207-2222 or 800-332-7143.
Yes! Please visit the Waste Management - Residential Garbage Service page for information.
There are three ways to dry out paint before disposal:
Dry it: If only a small amount is left in the can (an inch or less of paint), remove the paint can lid and let the paint dry out in the can. Protect from freezing and rain as well as curious children and animals. This only works when is left in the can and is most effective in the warmer months.
Mix it: Mix absorbent material (i.e. kitty litter, sawdust and shredded paper) into the latex paint and allow mixture to dry. Use a 50/50 mixture for fast drying time.
Harden it: Use a commercial paint hardener such as “Waste Away” with latex paint according to the directions.
Once the latex paint has hardened or solidified, put the can in your garbage container and leave the paint can lid off so the garbage truck driver can see that it is empty or contains only dried paint.
Oil based paint must be disposed as a hazardous material.