The City of Seabrook strives to build a city that is cohesive and strategically designed to provide the best quality of life to Seabrook residents and visitors. Plans and projects work together to provide roadmaps for city staff in developing a city that works for its people.
City plans vary by department, for example, some are geographically specific, while others include the whole city, and then there are those that are focused on a specific component of city development. Click the links below to learn more about each plan!
- Capital Improvement Program FY22 - 26+ (PDF)
- Master Comprehensive Plan 2040 (PDF)
- Old Seabrook Livable Center Study 2021 (PDF)
- Strategic Plan FY 2021-2022 (PDF)
- Master Landscaping and City Branding Plan 2017 (PDF)
- Major Thoroughfare Plan 2016 (PDF)
- Comprehensive Communications Master Plan 2014 (PDF)
- Open Space & Parks Master Plan 2020 (PDF)
- Carother's Task Force II Report and Findings 2021
- Carother's Master Plan 2009
- Water Conservation & Drought Contingency Plan 2017 (PDF)
- Hike & Bike Trails Master Plan 2010 (PDF)
- JJR Study 2006 (PDF)
Listed below are current city projects many that may affect transit within the city. For more information about city projects please email the City of Seabrook. Project listed below were updated on December 27, 2021.
Pine Gully Wastewater Treatment Plan Retrofit (CIP WW9)
This project is the complete infrastructure retrofit of the City's Waste Water System to include the relocation of the treatment plant from Main Street to a site located adjacent to the new Public Works facility. This project contains both phases (phase 1 - design; phase 2 - construction) of the wastewater system retrofit. The City's existing WWTP suffered significant damage during Hurricane Ike due to its location to Galveston Bay.
- Phase I Design – Complete
- Phase II Construction – August 10, 2021 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) was awarded. Further construction phasing will be published in Q1 2022.
Seabrook SMART Water Meter Project (CIP FAC6)
AMI water meter conversion program will upgrade manual read water meters to AMI type installations. Project will also include the implementation of behavior-based software called WaterSmart using the data provided by the AMI system. This software will help customers identify leaks on the customer side of the meter, and will also promote municipal conservation measures appropriate to their homes or facilities. This project includes replacing all of the City's water meters. Project completion Q1 2022.
SH 146 City Utility Relocates (CIP W7 and WW8)
The purpose of this project is to relocate the existing water and sewer line facilities with the existing TxDOT SH146 ROW to a location outside of the new proposed highway improvements. The city is currently working with TxDOT subcontractor for final water infrastructure connection to close this project out by Q1 2022.
Seascape and Baybrook Subdivision HCFCD Bond E-07 (Harris County ) (CIP D11 and D12) $2,238,000 Total Project Cost
2018 HCFCD Bond project to modify the Red Bluff Road drainage crossing to F220-02-00 tributary, perform detail study of the storm sewer system in Seascape Subdivision Sec.2 and make improvements based on the study. As part of the Certificates of Obligation recently issued for 2020, Seascape and Baybrook Subdivision drainage improvement projects were approved as a 50%/50% partnership. Estimated Construction: January 2022- August 2022.
Red Bluff Road Expansion (TxDOT and Harris County Project )
The project will construct two eastbound traffic lanes and convert the existing roadway to a one-way westbound operation. The project will improve the roadway on the existing bridge over Taylor Lake to include the addition of a new bridge parallel to the existing bridge. This existing bridge, located north of the new bridge, will be re-striped to two lanes of westbound traffic. The new bridge will include two lanes of eastbound traffic and a 10-foot-wide pedestrian walkway. Estimated completion is Q1 2022.
Rail Spur Project (Port of Houston )
Construction of approximately 6500 track feet of rail at the Bayport Terminal. This rail will cross State Highway (SH) 146 and connect the existing rail from Strang Rail line to within 900 feet of the Container Freight Station (CFS) Road in the Bayport Intermodal Facility. This project will also include clearing, grubbing, drainage, rail crossings, signalization and perhaps a sound wall, if required. Project has restarted with additional sitework in October 2021 with new contractors. Final rail work and project completion anticipated Q1 2022.