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The City of Seabrook is keeping the community informed in a variety of ways. From weekly press releases, to monthly e-newsletter and even working with the local media, the city is diligently working to create a transparent form of government.  

City News
Information is released to the press periodically each month. Press releases range from traffic alerts and updates to events and happenings and even sales tax revenues. View current news here.   You may also subscribe to receive City News and Happenings via email or text message.   

City Update: Monthly E-Newsletter
City Update is our monthly e-newsletter which has several city updates and features keeping subscribers to informed about the City of Seabrook. City Update is released via our city list serve; subscribe here.You may view the archive below. There may be months the enewsletter is not released due to other projects.  

2015 E-Newsletter Archive
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  • December
2014 E-Newsletter Archive
2013 E-Newsletter Archive

If you are a non-profit hosting an event within Seabrook city limits email 
LeaAnn Dearman to get your information in the newsletter. 

News Media
The news media may request information or set up interviews with City Council and staff through the City of Seabrook Communications & Marketing Department. Please email LeaAnn Dearman or call (281) 291.5777.

Communications
1700 1st St.
Seabrook, TX 77586

Ph: (281) 291.5777
Fx: (281) 291.5690

Director 
LeaAnn Dearman

Events & Communications Specialist
Amanda Alvarado 
News
Notice of 2nd Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment
Notice is hereby given that the automatic tabulating equipment that will be used in the General Election to be held on May 5, 2018 will be tested a 2nd time on Friday, April 20, 2018. Read on...
Construction to start on Todville Sanitary Sewer Project
On April 2, 2018, the City of Seabrook will begin the Todville Sanitary Sewer Project which is part of an ongoing effort to reduce inflow and infiltration into the city’s sanitary sewer system. Read on...
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