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Per current information from the National Weather Service, freeze conditions are expected to impact the greater Houston ...
12/20/2022

Per current information from the National Weather Service, freeze conditions are expected to impact the greater Houston area beginning this Thursday night, December 22. Temperatures will remain at freezing or sub-freezing levels through Saturday afternoon (December 24).

Winds of 25-35MPH or higher are also expected to impact the area from Thursday through Friday, as well as wind gusts of 45-55MPH. Wind chills may feel as low as single digits.

Residents are advised to take action now to protect the “Four P’s” – people, plants, pets and pipes.

Make sure to cover up any outdoor pipes, and plan to set your thermostat to 68 degrees or higher as cold temperatures approach. Remember to drip water through all faucets, and leave cabinet doors open to allow pipes to stay as warm as possible.

Bring any sensitive plants indoors and cover those remaining outside. Finally, ensure that all pets are kept indoors or provided adequate shelter – if you are cold, so are your pets.

Monitor weather forecasts throughout the week at https://www.weather.gov/hgx.

Thank you so much to all of the community members, first responders, and City officials and staff who participated in ou...
10/15/2022

Thank you so much to all of the community members, first responders, and City officials and staff who participated in our Open House! We look forward to seeing you again next year.

Fire Prevention Week is an excellent opportunity to work with your family members to make sure everyone is prepared for ...
10/14/2022

Fire Prevention Week is an excellent opportunity to work with your family members to make sure everyone is prepared for a fire emergency.

The National Fire Protection Agency’s website includes a multitude of handouts, tips and videos to prepare. One key page addresses “Fire Safety for Multigenerational Families Living Together.”

One tip included on the page states, “Smoke alarms may not wake up children. Older adults may not hear the smoke alarm. Assign someone to help children, older adults and people with disabilities escape.”

Visit https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Teaching-tools/Community-tool-kits to visit this page and learn about several other topics.

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department continued their outreach efforts today as part of Fire Prevention Week. Check o...
10/14/2022

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department continued their outreach efforts today as part of Fire Prevention Week.

Check out some of these awesome photos, and plan to attend tonight‘s Open House from 6-8PM!

We continue Fire Prevention Week with a few tips on how to create a Home Fire Escape Plan.According to information provi...
10/12/2022

We continue Fire Prevention Week with a few tips on how to create a Home Fire Escape Plan.

According to information provided by the National Fire Protection Agency, your plan should include a floor plan of your entire home, showing all doors and windows. Families should note two ways out of each room, as well as the location of all smoke alarms. Once that’s done, pick a family meeting place outside that everyone can reach.

Once you have your plan developed, remember to practice at least twice a year, updating if needed.

Visit https://www.nfpa.org/Events/Events/Fire-Prevention-Week/About to learn more.

Resident advisory: Road closure during Fire Station Open House – Friday, October 14The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Departm...
10/12/2022

Resident advisory: Road closure during Fire Station Open House – Friday, October 14

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department is gearing up for this Friday’s Open House event, to be held from 6PM-8PM at the Tom George Fire Station (18295 Upper Bay).

The entire community is encouraged to attend the event, which will provide residents with a chance to meet department personnel, learn about fire safety and more.

During the event, the roadway in front of the Fire Station (Space Park Drive) will be closed to vehicle traffic for the safety of pedestrians and golf carts. Specifically, Space Park Drive will be closed in both directions from Upper Bay Road to the driveway directly to the west of the adjacent Houston Methodist Clear Lake building. The closure will be in effect from 5:45PM-8PM.

While the closure is in effect, drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our event attendees and department personnel safe!

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department visited Gloria Dei Lutheran Church this morning as part of their annual youth o...
10/11/2022

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department visited Gloria Dei Lutheran Church this morning as part of their annual youth outreach for Fire Prevention Week.

The department representatives talked to their young audience about what it’s like to be firefighters, and also showed them the ins and outs of their Fire Truck.
Check out our page throughout the week as we make more stops around the City!

This year, Fire Prevention Week is being recognized from October 9-15, and the National Fire Protection Agency’s 2022 th...
10/09/2022
Fire Prevention Week

This year, Fire Prevention Week is being recognized from October 9-15, and the National Fire Protection Agency’s 2022 theme for the week is “Fire won’t wait. Plan your escape.”

“This year, the National Fire Protection Agency celebrates its 100 Year Anniversary of working to eliminate death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire,” Nassau Bay Fire Chief Tom George said. “Fire Prevention Week is an important time of the year, especially since it falls right before the holidays, to make sure your family is prepared.”

Take the time this week to review the simple but important actions you can take to keep yourself and your family safe from home fires.

Visit https://www.nfpa.org/Events/Events/Fire-Prevention-Week/About to learn more.

Since 1922, Fire Prevention Week (FPW) has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

This morning, the City of Nassau Bay and the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department honored long-time City volunteer and c...
10/08/2022

This morning, the City of Nassau Bay and the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department honored long-time City volunteer and charter member of the NBVFD, Michie Coldwell.

A special bench was dedicated in David Braun Park in Michie’s honor. Michie was recognized for being a member of the NBVFD since 1967, serving as both a firefighter and a medic, as well as holding numerous officer roles. Michie has received many NBVFD awards over the years, including the prestigious Fireman of the Year. Michie is also known in the community for his efforts to make Nassau Bay a cleaner place to live and his support of recycling.

Mayor Phil Johnson presented Michie with a proclamation recognizing his more than 50 years of volunteer service and proclaiming October 8, 2022, as “Michie Coldwell Day.”

Fire Chief Tom George also spoke about Michie’s contributions in the beginning to help organize and form the NBVFD and his continuing legacy within the department.

Members of the Coldwell family, the NBVFD, NBPD, and the community were present to witness the dedication and celebrate Michie Coldwell and his contributions to Nassau Bay.

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department will be honoring long-time volunteer Michie Coldwell for 50+ years of service t...
09/29/2022

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department will be honoring long-time volunteer Michie Coldwell for 50+ years of service to the City and the NBVFD. The Department will hold a Legacy Bench dedication ceremony on Saturday, October 8th at 10:00am in David Braun Park (small dog park).

The public is also invited to join in the ceremony to recognize Michie. Mayor Phil Johnson will present a proclamation recognizing the day. The ceremony will be followed with light refreshments at the park provided by the NBVFD.

“Michie was a founding member of the NBVFD in 1967 and is still an active member today,” NBVFD Chief Tom George said. “We are extremely appreciative of his decades of service to the department and to this community.”

UPDATE: 11:45AMThe City of Nassau Bay has lifted the Shelter-in-Place issued earlier this morning following a natural ga...
09/12/2022

UPDATE: 11:45AM
The City of Nassau Bay has lifted the Shelter-in-Place issued earlier this morning following a natural gas leak. CenterPoint crews will remain in the area until the leak is fixed, and roads will remain closed as work continues.
For more information, call City Hall at 281-333-4211.

UPDATE (11:30AM): Crews with CenterPoint are on-scene addressing the natural gas leak.

11:07AM - The City of Nassau Bay has issued a Shelter-in-Place for three neighborhood intersections due to a large natural gas leak.

Residents near the intersections of San Sebastian Lane/Barbuda Lane, Antigua Lane/Barbuda Lane and Davon Lane/Barbuda Lane should shelter in place immediately, and plan to remain sheltered for approximately six (6) hours.

The City is blocking traffic to the area. All traffic that is not already in the area is instructed to avoid the area and seek alternate routes.

Citizens should follow these steps to Shelter-in-Place:
1. Go inside immediately and keep pets inside.
2. Stay informed. The City of Nassau Bay will issue an initial Swift911 message and will provide additional updates via social media.

For more information, call City Hall at 281-333-4211.

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift...
07/19/2022

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift911.

The Emergency Alert system allows the City to send alerts via phone, email or text message directly to residents and businesses.

During the test period - between 10AM and 10:30AM - citizens who have registered for Swift911 notifications will receive the test message via their preferred communication method(s). For phone users, the call will come from 281-557-6669.

Now is the time to ensure that all citizens and business owners are registered for Swift911 alerts! As a reminder, each individual member of a household should register to receive alerts. The process takes just minutes to complete via the City website at www.nassaubay.com/alerts.

If you believe you are registered for Swift911 alerts and do NOT receive a test message on Wednesday, July 20, please take the opportunity to visit the City's website, log into your registration account and double-check that your contact information is correct.

Any questions or concerns may be directed to City staff at 281-333-4211.

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift...
07/13/2022

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift911.

The Emergency Alert system allows the City to send alerts via phone, email or text message directly to residents and businesses.

During the test period - between 10AM and 10:30AM - citizens who have registered for Swift911 notifications will receive the test message via their preferred communication method(s). For phone users, the call will come from 281-557-6669.

Now is the time to ensure that all citizens and business owners are registered for Swift911 alerts! As a reminder, each individual member of a household should register to receive alerts. The process takes just minutes to complete via the City website at www.nassaubay.com/alerts.

If you believe you are registered for Swift911 alerts and do NOT receive a test message on Wednesday, July 20, please take the opportunity to visit the City's website, log into your registration account and double-check that your contact information is correct.

Any questions or concerns may be directed to City staff at 281-333-4211.

Hot weekend ahead! Residents should be mindful of high temperatures beginning today and continuing through Sunday. Check...
07/08/2022

Hot weekend ahead! Residents should be mindful of high temperatures beginning today and continuing through Sunday.

Check out the graphics below for anticipated temperatures per the National Weather Service, as well as tips to protect yourself and your family.

Engineers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston will be conducting a pressure test on Saturday, July 9, that will re...
07/07/2022
NASA Expects July 9 Pressure Test in Houston to Be Loud

Engineers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston will be conducting a pressure test on Saturday, July 9, that will result in a sudden burst of noise from 11AM until 12PM (noon). The test will cause a loud boom that may sound like an explosion to people in the vicinity.
Specifically, the full test will begin at 8AM with the culminating boom likely to come between 11 a.m. and noon.
People nearby and in surrounding neighborhoods and communities likely will hear the test, which will be conducted at the Energy Systems Test Activity area, and only if weather conditions permit.
For more information, please visit the link below.

Engineers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston will be conducting a pressure test on Saturday July 9 that will result in a sudden burst of noise from 11 a.m. to noon CDT. The test will cause a loud boom that may sound like an explosion to people in the vicinity. People nearby

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift...
07/06/2022

Citizen advisory: On Wednesday, July 20, the City of Nassau Bay will conduct a test of its Emergency Alert system, Swift911.

The Emergency Alert system allows the City to send alerts via phone, email or text message directly to residents and businesses.

During the test period - between 10AM and 10:30AM - citizens who have registered for Swift911 notifications will receive the test message via their preferred communication method(s). For phone users, the call will come from 281-557-6669.

Now is the time to ensure that all citizens and business owners are registered for Swift911 alerts! As a reminder, each individual member of a household should register to receive alerts. The process takes just minutes to complete via the City website at www.nassaubay.com/alerts.

If you believe you are registered for Swift911 alerts and do NOT receive a test message on Wednesday, July 20, please take the opportunity to visit the City's website, log into your registration account and double-check that your contact information is correct.

Any questions or concerns may be directed to City staff at 281-333-4211.

The City of Nassau Bay is actively monitoring the tropical low-pressure system bringing rainfall to our area, as well as...
06/30/2022
Houston/Galveston, TX

The City of Nassau Bay is actively monitoring the tropical low-pressure system bringing rainfall to our area, as well as Clear Creek levels and tide levels.
While street flooding is not expected for the Nassau Bay area, citizens are encouraged to be mindful of ongoing street improvements throughout the city. Drivers and pedestrians should exercise caution in these areas which may have been impacted by heavy rain.
Citizens are encouraged to monitor the City’s social media, as well as National Weather Service’s Houston/Galveston area website at https://www.weather.gov/hgx or other trusted news sources, for updates.

CURRENT HAZARDS -National Hurricane Center -Storm Prediction Center -Weather Prediction Center -River Forecast Centers -Aviation Weather Center -Center Weather Service Units -Spaceflight Meteorology Group

Today, Harris County Commissioners Court enacted a burn ban in unincorporated areas of Harris County due to continued dr...
06/29/2022
Harris County Commissioners Court Approves Burn Ban

Today, Harris County Commissioners Court enacted a burn ban in unincorporated areas of Harris County due to continued drought conditions and increased risk of wildfires. There are now 171 Texas counties with burn bans, including Harris, Galveston, Waller, Fort Bend, Brazoria and Liberty counties.

The City of Nassau Bay urges all residents to adhere to the burn ban and to review the content below.
As a reminder, the use of fireworks is not permitted inside the Nassau Bay city limits.

More information: Per the Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HCOHSEM), no outdoor burning is allowed except: in an enclosure that contains all flames and/or sparks; outdoor burning activities authorized by TCEQ; approved ceremonial fires; non-commercial cooking such as backyard cookouts and barbeques are allowed; and welding and other “hot work” performed in accordance with county fire code requirements.

Violation of the ban is a Class “C” misdemeanor, punishable for up to a $500 fine. In addition, any person who starts a fire that causes damage to property without the consent of the owner may be charged with Reckless Damage or Destruction, a Class C misdemeanor, or arson, a felony.

For more information, visit

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The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department recently completed two major projects which will significantly modernize the Ci...
06/16/2022
Nassau Bay Marine Upgrade

The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department recently completed two major projects which will significantly modernize the City’s Marine Safety Division.
Using 100% volunteer labor, which saved the citizens at least $100,000 altogether, the department restored a former U.S. Coast Guard boat and constructed a new boathouse.
“I am so proud of the volunteers in this department,” NBVFD Chief Tom George said. “Not only did their effort save the citizens a significant amount of money, but working on the project as a team created pride and ownership among the members. The completion of these two projects will equip the Marine Safety Division with improved firefighting systems and the latest technology to protect the community.”
Chief George said the volunteers went above and beyond, working on the boathouse and the boat restoration simultaneously.
“The volunteers came in on weekends – putting in between four and six hours on both Saturdays and Sundays – and even worked on the weekdays when they could,” George said. “With four to 10 people working on any given day, I would say we easily put 1,000 man hours into the boathouse alone.”
Check out our video with footage from throughout the project!

The Nassau Bay Vol. Fire Department recently completed building a boathouse with a lift for the 25' Safeboat RBS they restored.

Resident advisory:Per updated information from the National Weather Service, thunderstorms are anticipated in the region...
05/23/2022
Houston/Galveston, TX

Resident advisory:
Per updated information from the National Weather Service, thunderstorms are anticipated in the region beginning tomorrow morning (Tuesday) and continuing into Wednesday. Outlooks indicate that the storms could be strong to severe and include heavy winds and downpours.

Citizens are encouraged to monitor NWS (https://www.weather.gov/hgx/) or other news outlets to stay informed in the coming days.

CURRENT HAZARDS -National Hurricane Center -Storm Prediction Center -Weather Prediction Center -River Forecast Centers -Aviation Weather Center -Center Weather Service Units -Spaceflight Meteorology Group

05/19/2022

Last night firefighters from Nassau Bay and Webster trained on specific search techniques using the League City Fire Department’s burn building. Firefighters spent hours practicing entering first and second floor bedroom windows to target their searches for potential trapped fire victims. This targeted search technique, Vent-Enter-Search, helps increase the effectiveness and efficiency of your Nassau Bay firefighters. As always, we appreciate the collaborative training efforts of the Webster and League City Fire Departments and look forward to many more nights like last night.

Join us at tonight’s Hurricane Preparedness Workshop, happening now at the Nassau Bay Fire & EMS Station!Attendees can p...
05/16/2022

Join us at tonight’s Hurricane Preparedness Workshop, happening now at the Nassau Bay Fire & EMS Station!
Attendees can pick up preparedness packets for the 2022 Hurricane Season, meet City and NBVFD personnel, and even win raffle prizes!
BONUS: The NBVFD Cookbook is on sale to the public - only $20!

Do you or anyone you know need some assistance during times of an emergency event? The State of Texas offers the State o...
05/09/2022

Do you or anyone you know need some assistance during times of an emergency event? The State of Texas offers the State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR) program, a FREE registry that provides local emergency planners and emergency responders with additional information on the needs in their community.

Who should register? First, people with disabilities, those who are medically fragile, or those with access and functional needs including limited mobility or communication barriers. Additionally, individuals who may require additional medical assistance, transportation assistance, or personal care assistance during an emergency event should register.

Individuals can register online via https://stear.tdem.texas.gov/Login.aspx, by calling 2-1-1, or call the Nassau Bay Police Department at 281-333-2212 for assistance with registration.

Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 1-7, 2022. Get ready for hurricane season by reviewing a week of tips and ideas from ...
05/07/2022

Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 1-7, 2022. Get ready for hurricane season by reviewing a week of tips and ideas from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Day 7: Complete a written plan

The time to prepare for a hurricane is before the season begins, when you have the time and are not under pressure. If you wait until a hurricane is on your doorstep, the odds are that you will be under duress and will make the wrong decisions.

Take the time now to write down your hurricane plan. Know who issues evacuation orders for your area, determine locations on where you will ride out the storm, and start to get your supplies now. Being prepared before a hurricane threatens makes you resilient to the hurricane impacts of wind and water. It will mean the difference between being a hurricane victim or a hurricane survivor.

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This morning, members of the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department and the Nassau Bay Police Department participated in a special Remembrance March commemorating the 20th anniversary of 9-11.

Wearing bunker gear and SCBAs in tribute to the first responders who bravely climbed thousands of stairs at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, the group made their way throughout the city, pausing at select locations for moments of silence.

Following the March, a group including the participating first responders, City Council members, City staff and citizens gathered at the Fire Station for a short ceremony. NBVFD Chief Tom George, NBVFD President Matt Roper and Nassau Bay Police Chief Tim Cromie each spoke briefly and expressed thanks to all those who participated.

Please see our photos from this morning’s commemoration events below.
We were honored to be part of this March with our partners in the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department. Thank you to all the citizens who were asking the route to cheer us on and say thank you. This is what community is all about.
The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department celebrated its accomplishments at its annual banquet held in late March. The Annual Banquet, while a time-honored tradition, looked very different as the dinner was held for members only, with family, friends, and City officials viewing the awards ceremony remotely via video.

The following NBVFD members received special recognition for their 2020 accomplishments: (Click through the photos to see the full list of awards!)

*Firefighter of the Year - Javon Thomas
*Rookie Firefighter of the Year - Kristopher Gaffey
*Medic of the Year- Cody McCamy
*Administrative Officer of the Year - Rod Molyneau
*Line Officer of the Year- Bob Juillerat
Congrats to all of the award winners!

A highlight of each year’s banquet is always the “Captains’ Awards” – these are humorous awards designed to recognize some of the more memorable/quirky member moments of the past year. This year, Safety Officer Chuck Dickerson awarded all NBVFD members a ceremonial Captain’s Award – just for having survived such an oh-so-unusual 2020!!!

Michie Coldwell, the only original NBVFD member still serving (52 years!!!) was in attendance at the dinner and recognized with a well-deserved standing ovation.

If you are interested in joining the NBVFD, or are wanting to learn more about the department, please contact the NBVFD at 281-333-2677. Call to get answers to questions and make an appointment to pick up an application packet for membership.
Yesterday's devastating fire event would still be ablaze without the tremendous response of 19+ agencies who came to support our Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department and first responders. The City of Nassau Bay would like to send our sincere thanks to all who braved the smoke and flames to contain the spread of the fire. Please keep the residents of the Bayfront Towers in your thoughts as they will continue to feel the effects for the months to come.

Photo credit: Jeff Jefferies (www.instagram.com/JeffriesArt)
Nassau Bay PD, Nassau Bay EMS and Nassau Bay VFD are currently working a hazard material incident in the 18100 block of Point Lookout. Nassau Bay emergency agencies are being assisted by additional departments with the Regional HazMat Response Team. The 18000 block of Space Park, between Point Lookout and Saturn Lane is currently closed for staging of the emergency response units.
At about 9:15 am, Nassau Bay EMS and Nassau Bay PD responded to a reported fatal overdose at an apartment in the building. While investigating the death, officers and EMS personnel learned there was a possibility of Fentanyl being present in the apartment. Because of the highly toxic nature of Fentanyl, personnel evacuated from the apartment and contacted HazMat crews to the scene.
HazMat will stabilize and decontaminate the scene and remove any dangerous substances. Officers will complete the death investigation once the scene is safe for entry. All personnel at the scene are also being monitored and examined at by EMS and HazMat at the scene for any possible exposure.
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Congrats to the recent Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department COM Fire Academy Graduates!

The College of the Mainland (COM) Fire Academy curriculum is based on the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) Basic Fire Suppression Curriculum Manual, which includes classroom instruction and activities, firefighter skills training, and physical training. The classes are held two nights a week and every Saturday for 16 weeks.

These graduates dedicated their personal time to train and improve on their skills as a successful firefighter. Special congratulations to Kristopher Gaffey, Ronald Domino, Greg Forrest, Hunter Ducharme, Javon Thomas, Cara Spencer, Unique McCamy, Joe Trainor and Hailey Riley.

Thank you for your continued commitment to the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department!
Here is a some help for when the littles start asking about Santa and when he is arriving.
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Have you checked it out!??!? The Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department is making spirits bright this holiday season! Stop on by the Fire & EMS Station (18295 Upper Bay Rd) and tune in to FM 89.9 for a holly jolly holiday show!

Each night synchronized Christmas lights will dance to several holiday songs — you can enjoy the show anytime from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. This dazzling light show will last through the New Year....and Santa tells us that each day a new song will be added, making the show even more festive!

Thank you to the amazing Fire Department volunteers, who worked over a month and donated their time, efforts, and materials in making Nassau Bay sparkle even brighter this holiday season!
Fire Prevention Week is October 4-10, 2020, and this year's theme is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” The theme works to educate the public about simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe. As the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department is limited in the activities they will be doing this year, they will be instead hosting several virtual activities to encourage all residents to embrace the 2020 Fire Prevention Week theme! Join us for our Poster Contest, Escape Plan Raffle, and NBVFD Virtual Open House!

Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest: Nassau Bay show us your creativity!!! Create a poster promoting this year’s fire prevention week theme, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen.” The winning posters will be made into actual posters which will be displayed at the Tom George Fire & EMS Station.

Home Escape Plan Raffle: Get prepared and create a Home Escape Plan for your household! Let us know you’ve completed your Home Escape Plan worksheet and you’ll be entered into a raffle – winners will be randomly selected.

The deadline to enter the poster contest and raffle is Thursday, October 8th by 6:00pm. The winners for both the contest and raffle will be announced during the NBVFD Virtual Open House on October 9th. More details on how to enter the poster contest and raffle, as well as details on the virtual Open House can be found at www.nassaubay.com/fpw2020.
David Braun Park at Lake Nassau is currently closed due to Tropical Storm Beta. Storm flooding brings all kinds of unwanted wildlife - this goes for Nassau Bay and our parks. Public Works is currently working to clean the Park and make it safe for our residents to return.

Drone footage courtesy of Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department
City of Nassau Bay first responders march in remembrance of September 11th. Members of the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department and Nassau Bay Police Department are in full gear for a march to remember the victims and heroes of that tragic day. They will march over three miles around the City.

Starting at the Fire & EMS Station, they will go down Upper Bay to David Braun Park, up Martinique and around to San Sebastián, then Nassau Bay Drive to Space Park to finish back at the station.
Good news! CELEBRATION for recovering League City firefighter. A League City volunteer firefighter hospitalized for coronavirus-related complications will be released from Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital today. Local first responder agencies, including the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department, will participate in a convoy celebrating his recovery, as he leaves Methodist Hospital around 5:00pm this afternoon. Residents are invited to (safely) watch the convoy along NASA Parkway as a way to say THANK YOU to those first responders who continue to put their lives at risk during this COVID-19 pandemic.
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