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Meador Park Pavilion requires a $50 deposit and $100 rental fee for residents and a $100 deposit and $150 rental fee for non-residents.
Other pavilions and gazebos with the exception of Meador Park or the City Pool require a $50 deposit and $50 rental fee for residents and a $100 deposit and $75 rental fee for non-residents.
You must complete a rental application and submit your deposit to City Hall in order to secure your rental. For a list of available dates please call (281) 291.5600. Rental Application for City Facilities and Parks
Non-Resident RateUnder 18 years of age - $618 years of age and older - $8
Seasonal Pool PassResidents 64 years of age and younger - $25 (No fee for residents 65+)Non-Residents, all ages - $150
Party RoomResidents - Deposit $50, Rental Fee $100Non-Residents - Deposit $50, Rental Fee $150
Small CabanaResidents - Deposit $50, Half-Day Fee $25, Full-Day Fee $50Non-Residents - Deposit $50, Half-Day Fee $40, Full-Day Fee $65
> Get an emergency kit> Make a plan> Have extra cash, medication, water, clothing, and food on hand to be prepared> Have a list of family emergency numbers and school contacts> Have an emergency meeting place Get Ready
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
1700 First StreetSeabrook, TX 77586
In personAt 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 phoneCall (713) 368.2273. You will need your tax account number and a credit card.
Onlinewww.tax.co.harris.tx.us Harris County
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.
Your recycling day is on Wednesday if you live west of Highway 146 or Thursday if you live east of Highway 146. You may recycle:
Aluminum cans - beverage cans onlyGlass bottles and jars - remove metal caps, rings and lidsNewspapers - no phone books, mail or other papersPlastic - only clear plastic milk, juice or water bottlesSteel cans - they must be rinsed
Yard TrimmingsYard trimmings will be picked up on your second pickup day of the week. Trimmings can no longer be more than four feet in length and no more than six inches in diameter and cannot weigh more than 50 pounds.
Household Waste / Large ItemsHousehold junk and large trash will also be collected on your second scheduled day of the week. You are allowed two extra items which are capable of being lifted by two persons. Items that are too heavy or bulky to be handled without special equipment will not be picked up.
Items Not AcceptedUnacceptable items include:BatteriesOil-based paintPesticidesTires
Items containing Freon must be removed by an authorized refrigerant dealer and tagged before placing them out for pickup. Waste Management Pick Up 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.