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City of Nassau Bay, Texas

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Operating as usual

As the City’s employees take this time to enjoy the season with their families, please note City Hall will be closed in ...
12/30/2022

As the City’s employees take this time to enjoy the season with their families, please note City Hall will be closed in observance of the New Year holiday on Monday, January 2nd.

Ameriwaste will conduct service as usual on Monday, January 2nd.

City Hall will resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 3rd.

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starti...
12/26/2022

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starting with the January 1, 2023 utility bill (mid-November to mid-December consumption).

The new rates and additional information can be found on the City website at www.nassaubay.com/UtilityRates.

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member, or two?These two dogs were found roaming around the Circle K....
12/24/2022

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member, or two?
These two dogs were found roaming around the Circle K.
For more information, please text Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

12/23/2022

Please see below from the clear lake water authority. If you have an emergency, please do not hesitate to contact the City of Nassau Bay.

As the City’s employees take this time to enjoy the season with their families, please note City Hall will be closed in ...
12/22/2022

As the City’s employees take this time to enjoy the season with their families, please note City Hall will be closed in observance of the Christmas holiday on Thursday, December 22nd (11:30am), and Friday, December 23rd. City Hall will resume normal operations on Tuesday, December 26th.

Please note, although City Hall is closed, Ameriwaste will continue all scheduled residential services on Thursday, December 22nd. Throughout the holidays, essential safety personnel will also continue normal operations (including Police, Fire, EMS, and water / wastewater services).

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.

Update: (1:15PM) Centerpoint contractors have arrived on scene, and repairs should be completed in approximately six hou...
12/20/2022
CenterPoint Energy Outage Tracker

Update: (1:15PM) Centerpoint contractors have arrived on scene, and repairs should be completed in approximately six hours.

The City of Nassau Bay is aware of widespread power outages affecting our community, and City personnel are in communication with CenterPoint.

Estimated Restoration Time from Centerpoint Energy is approximately 2PM.

We encourage you to check Centerpoint Energy's Outage Tracker for updates.
https://gis.centerpointenergy.com/outagetracker/

Outage Tracker

Congratulations to our 2022 Employees of the Year! We are so proud of you and grateful for the wonderful contributions y...
12/20/2022

Congratulations to our 2022 Employees of the Year! We are so proud of you and grateful for the wonderful contributions you make to the City.

Employee of the Year - Ross Patrick, Public Works
Supervisor - Reyes Cruz Jr., Public Works
Police Officer - Joseph Perry Henderson, NBPD

Please help us in congratulating these employees for a job well done!

Resident Advisory:Are you missing a family member? This poor baby was found caught in a trap at 18614 Point Lookout.For ...
12/19/2022

Resident Advisory:

Are you missing a family member? This poor baby was found caught in a trap at 18614 Point Lookout.

For more information, contact Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

A Message from Nassau Bay Public Works Department: Street Sweeping will be conducted this Saturday, December 17 and part...
12/15/2022

A Message from Nassau Bay Public Works Department:

Street Sweeping will be conducted this Saturday, December 17 and part of Sunday December 18.

We ask that you please move all vehicles off the roadways and park in your driveway or garage Friday night so the street sweeper can effectively clean all streets between 6AM and 7PM.

WE ARE HIRING!Are you looking for a dynamic, fun job in the public sector? We have just the fit for you!Nassau Bay is se...
12/15/2022

WE ARE HIRING!

Are you looking for a dynamic, fun job in the public sector? We have just the fit for you!

Nassau Bay is seeking a full-time Communications Coordinator, a creative professional with the ability to balance day-to-day messaging, tourism advertising, special events and more.

This position is all about the Nassau Bay community – the ideal candidate will develop relationships with area governments, event managers, civic organizations, hotel owners/managers and staff, and key contacts at area attractions including Space Center Houston.

Inside City Hall, this full-time communicator will have the opportunity to work with all City departments and divisions, promoting the Nassau Bay brand and telling our story.

If you’re looking for a new challenge – not to mention competitive compensation and benefits – consider working at the City of Nassau Bay!
To view the full job descriptions and apply today, visit www.nassaubay.com/jobs.

WE ARE HIRING!The City of Nassau Bay is looking for qualified individuals seeking a career as a Building Official, a Uti...
12/13/2022

WE ARE HIRING!

The City of Nassau Bay is looking for qualified individuals seeking a career as a Building Official, a Utility Maintenance Worker, a Communications Coordinator, or as a Patrol Officer with the Nassau Bay Police Department.

These are full-time positions with competitive compensation and benefits.

To view the full job descriptions and apply today, visit www.nassaubay.com/jobs.

12/13/2022

Good evening! The City Council meeting has begun but we are experiencing technical difficulties. We will continue working on this issue, but if all else fails, we will post the video to Facebook following the meeting.

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starti...
12/12/2022

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starting with the January 1, 2023 utility bill (mid-November to mid-December consumption).

The new rates and additional information can be found on the City website at www.nassaubay.com/UtilityRates.

HO HO HO!! Today’s Holiday in the Park celebration was a total blast! We had snow, we had ugly (but also adorable) sweat...
12/10/2022

HO HO HO!! Today’s Holiday in the Park celebration was a total blast! We had snow, we had ugly (but also adorable) sweaters, and of course, we had SANTA!!

A huge crowd of local families made their way to Howard Ward Park to enjoy the festivities, which also included a snow slide, a Letters to Santa booth and a Nassau Bay Rocks hunt.

We would like to extend our deepest thanks to the City’s Special Events Committee, for once again going above and beyond and putting together a fantastic, family-friendly event for the holidays.

12/10/2022

Today, we remember Sgt. Kaila Sullivan, who was killed in the line of duty while serving the Nassau Bay community three years ago. A remembrance wreath for Sgt. Sullivan will be in place at the Police Officer Memorial monument located in Nassau Bay Town Square. Please take a moment this day to stop and remember her love for life and her dedication to the Nassau Bay community.

The Nassau Bay Wildlife Peninsula will be closed all day on Saturday, December 10 while crews prepare fireworks for the ...
12/08/2022

The Nassau Bay Wildlife Peninsula will be closed all day on Saturday, December 10 while crews prepare fireworks for the Christmas Boat Lane Parade kick-off, to be held at 6PM that evening.

The peninsula is scheduled to re-open on Sunday, December 11.

They're back! This Friday, December 9, Nassau Bay will be hosting “Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager!” The event wi...
12/07/2022

They're back! This Friday, December 9, Nassau Bay will be hosting “Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager!” The event will take place in-person at 9AM in the City Hall Council Chambers, and everyone is invited to join!

The meeting will stream live on the City’s Facebook shortly before 9AM, or you can watch or listen to the meeting one of the following ways:

💻Zoom at zoom.us/j/81611515991 (Password 77058)
☎️Over the phone at (346) 248-7799
🔑Meeting ID (816 1151 5991) Password (77058)

Be prepared for the virtual event by signing up with Zoom at https://zoom.us/signup. See you there!

Resident alert: The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are mobilizing to conduct emergency water leak repa...
12/06/2022

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are mobilizing to conduct emergency water leak repairs in Queens Court.

While repairs are being conducted, water service will be interrupted to a small group of surrounding residences. Please see map for more information.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Resident alert: The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are mobilizing to conduct emergency water leak repa...
12/05/2022

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are mobilizing to conduct emergency water leak repairs at 1715 Davon Lane. Work will begin at approximately 9AM.

While repairs are being conducted, water service will be interrupted on to about 16 surrounding residences. Please see map for more information.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Check out the Nassau Bay Weekly Update, with news and announcements from the City, special event information and more! T...
12/02/2022

Check out the Nassau Bay Weekly Update, with news and announcements from the City, special event information and more! The newsletter is available for viewing at https://www.nassaubay.com/558/Administration.

Don’t forget – Saturday, December 10 is a very full day, with Holiday in the Park at 2PM and the Christmas Boat Lane Parade at 6PM. The day will also include the CANBE/Nassau Bay Reindeer Fun Run Fundraiser at David Braun Park!

Check out the issue today for all the details!

Are you looking for holiday photo opportunities? We have you covered in Nassau Bay! Visit the Town Square for out-of-thi...
12/01/2022

Are you looking for holiday photo opportunities? We have you covered in Nassau Bay! Visit the Town Square for out-of-this-world backdrops for your family 🤩

Have you seen the December 2022 edition of the Compass Rose? The Compass Rose, a monthly newsletter from the City of Nas...
12/01/2022

Have you seen the December 2022 edition of the Compass Rose?

The Compass Rose, a monthly newsletter from the City of Nassau Bay, provides special event information, important updates from local organizations and churches, and a whole lot more. The newsletter is updated each month with current content, so you won’t want to miss the opportunity to read through the latest updates from your community.

Check the latest issue out now! Just click the “Residents” tab on the City website, www.nassaubay.com.

http://www.nassaubay.com/274/City-Newsletter

UPDATE (Thursday, 11:30AM) - Repairs have been completed and water service has been restored.Resident alert: The City of...
11/30/2022

UPDATE (Thursday, 11:30AM) - Repairs have been completed and water service has been restored.

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will conduct a water line switch-over TOMORROW (December 1) on Point Lookout Drive. Work will commence at approximately 9AM.

While repairs are being conducted, water service may be interrupted to surrounding residences along Point Lookout Drive. Please see map below for additional information.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Resident alert:The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department is mobilizing to conduct water leak repairs at 2405 Baycre...
11/30/2022

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department is mobilizing to conduct water leak repairs at 2405 Baycrest Drive. Repairs will commence at approximately 10AM.

While repairs are being conducted, water service will be interrupted to surrounding residences along Baycrest Drive. Please see map below for additional information.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starti...
11/28/2022

Nassau Bay City Council voted to approve new Utility Rates on October 10, 2022. The new rates will go into effect starting with the January 1, 2023 utility bill (mid-November to mid-December consumption).

The new rates and additional information can be found on the City website at www.nassaubay.com/UtilityRates.

Resident advisory: The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will complete a water line switch-over on TUESDAY, Nov...
11/28/2022

Resident advisory:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will complete a water line switch-over on TUESDAY, November 29 at 9AM. While work is being done in the Pirates Cove/Capetown area, surrounding residences may experience fluctuations in water service.

Please see attached map for additional information. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

UPDATE: City of Nassau Bay IS NOT under a Boil Water NoticeFollowing a City of Houston Boil Water Notice, City of Nassau...
11/28/2022
Boil water notice issued for the entire City of Houston, Bellaire after water pressure dropped due to power outage; Estimated 2.2 million people impacted

UPDATE: City of Nassau Bay IS NOT under a Boil Water Notice

Following a City of Houston Boil Water Notice, City of Nassau Bay staff has maintained direct communication with the Clear Lake Water Authority (CLWA). This morning, CLWA confirmed that the City of Nassau Bay is NOT under a Boil Water Notice.

According to Director of Public Works Paul Lopez, the City of Nassau Bay receives its water supply from CLWA via the City of Houston’s Southeast Water Purification Plant (SWPP), which did not lose power on Sunday, November 27.

The Cities of Webster and League City also receive their water supply from SWPP, and neither City is under a Boil Water Notice.
The City will remain in communication with CLWA as well as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and will provide any updates received.

For more information, visit Click2Houston.com at https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2022/11/28/boil-water-notice-issued-for-the-entire-city-of-houston-after-water-pressure-dropped-due-to-power-outage-officials-announce/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=snd&utm_content=kprc2&fbclid=IwAR1N7SEos6qUkwbXUX_z19MPF0xpF4AGqr9I5gNC_HVc_coBR0wAylr23jA.

The site includes a link to the map of impacted areas: https://geogimsprod.houstontx.gov/Html5Viewer/index.html?viewer=BoilWaterNotices.Public_Geolink.

The entire city of Houston has been placed under a boil water notice, effective immediately, city officials announced Sunday.

🚨 City of Nassau Bay IS NOT under a Boil Water Notice 🚨The City of Nassau Bay is not impacted by the boil water notice i...
11/28/2022
Boil water notice issued for the entire City of Houston after water pressure dropped due to power outage, officials announce

🚨 City of Nassau Bay IS NOT under a Boil Water Notice 🚨

The City of Nassau Bay is not impacted by the boil water notice issued by the city of Houston on Sunday, November 27.

To view information on the impact areas, please click on the link below.

The entire city of Houston has been placed under a boil water notice, effective immediately, city officials announced Sunday.

UPDATE: Repairs have been completed.Resident alert: The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are conducting ...
11/26/2022

UPDATE: Repairs have been completed.

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are conducting emergency water leak repairs at 1804 Antigua Lane.

While repairs are being conducted, water service will be interrupted on Antigua Lane as well as to surrounding residences.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

UPDATE: Repairs have been completed. We want to thank our dedicated Public Works staff for responding quickly and effici...
11/26/2022

UPDATE: Repairs have been completed. We want to thank our dedicated Public Works staff for responding quickly and efficiently.

Resident alert:

The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department crews are conducting emergency water leak repairs at 1811 Davon Lane.

While repairs are being conducted, water service will be interrupted on Davon Lane as well as to surrounding residences.

We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

We made it to Black Friday!  Whether shopping in stores or online at home, here are some tips to keep you and your money...
11/25/2022

We made it to Black Friday! Whether shopping in stores or online at home, here are some tips to keep you and your money safe.

Braving the stores in-person?

1. Do not buy more than you can carry. Plan ahead by taking a friend with you or ask a store employee to help you carry your packages to the car.

2. Wait until asked before taking out your credit card or checkbook. An enterprising thief would love to shoulder surf to get your account information.

3. Deter pickpockets. Carry your purse close to your body or your wallet inside a coat or front trouser pocket.

4. Have your keys in hand when approaching your vehicle. Check the back seat and around the car before getting in.

5. Do not leave packages visible in your car windows. Lock them in the trunk or, if possible, take them directly home.

6. Tell a security guard or store employee if you see an unattended bag or package.

7. If you are shopping with children, make a plan in case you get separated. Select a central meeting place and make sure they know they can ask mall personnel or store security employees if they need help.

Shopping online?

1. Shop online with companies you know and trust. Check a company’s background if you are not familiar with it. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.

2. Save all receipts. Print and save all confirmations from your online purchases. Start a file folder to keep all receipts together and to help you verify credit card or bank statements as they come in.

3. Consider alternate options to pay for your merchandise, such as onetime or multiuse disposable credit cards at online stores and auction sites.

As you move through the Houston area this evening, please be mindful of inclement weather. If you feel a turkey coma com...
11/24/2022

As you move through the Houston area this evening, please be mindful of inclement weather. If you feel a turkey coma coming on, let someone else drive home!

Periods of moderate to heavy rain and thunderstorms are expected through Saturday morning. This will increase a flash flood threat, particularly over areas with already saturated soils.

⚠️A Flood Watch has been issued for portions of Southeast Texas.

From our family to yours - Happy Thanksgiving! Be safe, be happy, and eat the second helping of mashed potatoes 💛
11/24/2022

From our family to yours - Happy Thanksgiving! Be safe, be happy, and eat the second helping of mashed potatoes 💛

Let’s get cooking! For our next Turkey Tips post, we’ll give you some tips to use once you’ve actually started frying yo...
11/23/2022

Let’s get cooking! For our next Turkey Tips post, we’ll give you some tips to use once you’ve actually started frying your turkey.

Turkey Tips #6 - Use well-insulated potholders or oven mitts when touching pot or lid handles. If possible, wear safety goggles to protect your eyes from oil splatter.

Keep an all-purpose fire extinguisher nearby. Never use water to extinguish a grease fire. Remember to use your best judgment when attempting to fight a fire. If the fire is manageable, use an all-purpose fire extinguisher. If the fire increases, immediately call 9-1-1 for help.

City administrative offices will be closed beginning Wednesday, November 23rd at 11:30am for the Thanksgiving holiday. E...
11/22/2022

City administrative offices will be closed beginning Wednesday, November 23rd at 11:30am for the Thanksgiving holiday. Essential safety personnel will continue normal operations (including Police, Fire, EMS, and water / wastewater services).

Ameriwaste will not run regular trash or recycling routes on Thursday but will run trash routes on Monday (November 28th) and recycling the following Thursday (December 1st.) We wish you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

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1800 Space Park Drive
Nassau Bay, TX
77058

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 11:30am

Telephone

(281) 333-4211

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How much are the tax payers on the hook for this monstrosity? Here are just a few of the comments I've heard.

1. What the hell is it?
2. That's the ugliest thing I've ever seen.
3. Who's bright idea was this?
4. It looks like a big ****
5. What a waste of tax payer dollars.

So how much did it cost the tax payers? How much is it going to cost to tear it down? How much electric power will it waste every single year?

Is this really the best use of tax payer dollars?
Can you post the coffee link please?
Could someone please tell the party affiliation of the candidates running for the Nassau Bay mayoral race.
Thank you City of Nassau Bay for supporting the Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival.

Good morning! Are the smaller courts just built at the David Braun park for pickerball?
Our homeowners association Bal Harbour just called me telling me that I need to take down my graduation yard signs. 🤬
Major Mark Denman and City Council and School Board member Win Weber even brought over yard signs.
can we get some of the signs that ask folks not to feed ducks bread?
Lightning strike caught on video minutes ago, video credit to Tyler Gregory
listening to Dire Straights and some rap music on our back deck ...
Give Glory to God for the Blue Angels and all First Responders, Nurses and Doctors! Photo taken on Bal Harbour Drive
Is there a contact for the NB HOA? Im trying to get ahold of someone at the NB Yacht Club and the only number listed goes to the HOA.
St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Nassau Bay is handing out groceries for those who need it today in the back parking lot
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