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Greetings from the Nassau Bay Homes Association!Please remember that keeping your home well-lit is not only a good safet...
01/24/2022
Home Elevations

Greetings from the Nassau Bay Homes Association!

Please remember that keeping your home well-lit is not only a good safety measure and crime deterrent, but also a requirement for our deed restrictions. While the original yard lights in the city were gas lanterns, many were replaced by electric light fixtures. A number of homeowners have opted for solar yard lights; however, few emit light through the night, defeating the purpose of providing security. Lighting at an equivalent of 60 watts is considered a minimum intensity.

Please remember unpaid assessments will be late after 1/31/22, and incur a 6% late fee.

In addition, with the next class of home elevations set to begin, please remember that submission, review, and formal written approval to NBHA are required of the homeowner prior to any work beginning to be certain the NBHA Deed Restrictions and Elevation Guidelines have been met. Please visit the website https://nassaubayhomesassociation.org/home-elevation-page/ for more elevation information, call the office 281-333-2570, or email [email protected]

Note: This applies to homes already selected for the home elevation program. This is not a request for new submissions into the home elevation program.

A Guide to NBHA Elevation Architectural Review Applications Once you have been approved for an elevation grant:  Elevations are a 2 step process. There is the lifting and then the finishing.It…

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order four free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders wi...
01/20/2022

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order four free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days. Order your tests now so you have them when you need them.
If you need a COVID-⁠19 test now, please see other testing resources on the www.covidtests.gov website for free testing locations in your area.
Please note, this is not a City-sponsored program. For more information on how to use the at-home test or to sign-up, please visit www.covidtests.gov.

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order four free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days. Order your tests now so you have them when you need them.
If you need a COVID-⁠19 test now, please see other testing resources on the www.covidtests.gov website for free testing locations in your area.
Please note, this is not a City-sponsored program. For more information on how to use the at-home test or to sign-up, please visit www.covidtests.gov.

TODAY – Wednesday, January 19th – is the FIRST day for candidates to file their application for a place on the May 7, 20...
01/19/2022

TODAY – Wednesday, January 19th – is the FIRST day for candidates to file their application for a place on the May 7, 2022 City Officers' Election ballot.

Nassau Bay will hold a General Election on Saturday, May 7, 2022 for the purpose of electing the Mayor and three Councilmembers for Positions 2, 4, and 6. These positions are currently occupied by Mayor Bob Warters and Councilmembers Phil Johnson, Bryce Klug, and Matt Prior, respectively.

***Candidate Filing Office Hours***
The last day to file an application is Friday, February 18th at 5:00pm.
Monday to Thursday: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 11:30am (Office hours will be extended to 5:00pm on Friday, February 18th.)

For updates on the 2022 General Election, please visit www.nassaubay.com/467/City-Elections.

TODAY – Wednesday, January 19th – is the FIRST day for candidates to file their application for a place on the May 7, 2022 City Officers' Election ballot.

Nassau Bay will hold a General Election on Saturday, May 7, 2022 for the purpose of electing the Mayor and three Councilmembers for Positions 2, 4, and 6. These positions are currently occupied by Mayor Bob Warters and Councilmembers Phil Johnson, Bryce Klug, and Matt Prior, respectively.

***Candidate Filing Office Hours***
The last day to file an application is Friday, February 18th at 5:00pm.
Monday to Thursday: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 11:30am (Office hours will be extended to 5:00pm on Friday, February 18th.)

For updates on the 2022 General Election, please visit www.nassaubay.com/467/City-Elections.

Attention, Nassau Bay residents! Over the next two months, there will be some changes at David Braun Park as crews insta...
01/19/2022

Attention, Nassau Bay residents! Over the next two months, there will be some changes at David Braun Park as crews install updated playground equipment. Once installed, this equipment will be available for kids in two age groups – ages 2-5 and ages 5-12.

While crews work to replace the playground equipment, parking will be impacted in David Braun Park and some spaces may not be available for extended periods. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we look forward to once again offering this equipment to our Nassau Bay youth.

Attention, Nassau Bay residents! Over the next two months, there will be some changes at David Braun Park as crews install updated playground equipment. Once installed, this equipment will be available for kids in two age groups – ages 2-5 and ages 5-12.

While crews work to replace the playground equipment, parking will be impacted in David Braun Park and some spaces may not be available for extended periods. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we look forward to once again offering this equipment to our Nassau Bay youth.

On behalf of all of the animals at the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter, we would like to thank our residents and commu...
01/18/2022

On behalf of all of the animals at the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter, we would like to thank our residents and community members who made donations yesterday as part of the #BettyWhiteChallenge.
We are so happy to report that, by the end of the day, we had collected a grand total of $1,065.
According to Troy Bradfield, Animal Control Supervisor, all donations are used to help animals in need, covering the costs of spay/neuter procedures, vaccines, microchips and heartworm prevention.
“We are so grateful for our community’s support – we work every day to take care of the animals that come to our shelter and ideally place them in new homes, and this would not be possible without your support,” he said.

On behalf of all of the animals at the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter, we would like to thank our residents and community members who made donations yesterday as part of the #BettyWhiteChallenge.
We are so happy to report that, by the end of the day, we had collected a grand total of $1,065.
According to Troy Bradfield, Animal Control Supervisor, all donations are used to help animals in need, covering the costs of spay/neuter procedures, vaccines, microchips and heartworm prevention.
“We are so grateful for our community’s support – we work every day to take care of the animals that come to our shelter and ideally place them in new homes, and this would not be possible without your support,” he said.

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - an influential civil rights leader best known for...
01/17/2022

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - an influential civil rights leader best known for his work on racial equality and ending racial segregation in the United States.

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - an influential civil rights leader best known for his work on racial equality and ending racial segregation in the United States.

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 17. City Hall will resume norm...
01/14/2022

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 17. City Hall will resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 18 at 7:30AM.
Please note: Ameriwaste will conduct regular residential trash service on Monday, January 17.

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 17. City Hall will resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 18 at 7:30AM.
Please note: Ameriwaste will conduct regular residential trash service on Monday, January 17.

UPDATE: This dog has been reunited with its family!Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog w...
01/13/2022

UPDATE: This dog has been reunited with its family!

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog was found at San Sebastian and Upper Bay. For more information, please text Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

UPDATE: This dog has been reunited with its family!

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog was found at San Sebastian and Upper Bay. For more information, please text Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

Great news, Nassau Bay! The playground equipment in Swan Lagoon Park has re-opened for public use. Staff inspected the e...
01/12/2022

Great news, Nassau Bay! The playground equipment in Swan Lagoon Park has re-opened for public use. Staff inspected the equipment today and gave a green light for our young residents to enjoy it.
We appreciate the patience of our community during the process of making repairs to the metal steps and platform that were rusted.

Great news, Nassau Bay! The playground equipment in Swan Lagoon Park has re-opened for public use. Staff inspected the equipment today and gave a green light for our young residents to enjoy it.
We appreciate the patience of our community during the process of making repairs to the metal steps and platform that were rusted.

Resident advisory: Tomorrow, January 11, the City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will be conducting water line re...
01/10/2022

Resident advisory:

Tomorrow, January 11, the City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will be conducting water line repairs at the townhomes located at 1872 Saxony beginning at 9AM.
While repairs are being conducted, nearby residences (highlighted in the graphic) may experience water service fluctuation or outages.
We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Did you know that the Public Works Department utilizes Swift911 to reach out to impacted residents during water line repairs? If you’re not signed up for these important notifications, visit http://www.nassaubay.com/501/Nassau-Bay-Alerts.

Resident advisory:

Tomorrow, January 11, the City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department will be conducting water line repairs at the townhomes located at 1872 Saxony beginning at 9AM.
While repairs are being conducted, nearby residences (highlighted in the graphic) may experience water service fluctuation or outages.
We will provide updates as they become available and apologize for any inconvenience.

Did you know that the Public Works Department utilizes Swift911 to reach out to impacted residents during water line repairs? If you’re not signed up for these important notifications, visit http://www.nassaubay.com/501/Nassau-Bay-Alerts.

On December 10, Rocket Park at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston was dedicated after George W.S. Abbey, JSC’s...
01/10/2022

On December 10, Rocket Park at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston was dedicated after George W.S. Abbey, JSC’s former director. Home to one of only three Saturn V rockets on display in the world, the facility will now be known as George W.S. Abbey Rocket Park.
Abbey, an original resident of Nassau Bay, is pictured speaking during a special ceremony held that day.
Check out a full article on the dedication as well as Mr. Abbey’s history, written by JSC with insight from his daughter, Joyce Abbey, on the City’s website - http://www.nassaubay.com.

On December 10, Rocket Park at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston was dedicated after George W.S. Abbey, JSC’s former director. Home to one of only three Saturn V rockets on display in the world, the facility will now be known as George W.S. Abbey Rocket Park.
Abbey, an original resident of Nassau Bay, is pictured speaking during a special ceremony held that day.
Check out a full article on the dedication as well as Mr. Abbey’s history, written by JSC with insight from his daughter, Joyce Abbey, on the City’s website - http://www.nassaubay.com.

The City of Nassau Bay will host a Regular City Council meeting tonight, Monday, January 10th at 7:00pm in the City Hall...
01/10/2022

The City of Nassau Bay will host a Regular City Council meeting tonight, Monday, January 10th at 7:00pm in the City Hall Council Chamber. The meeting will be in-person only. Residents can provide a comment to City Council in person or via email to City Secretary Sandra Ham ([email protected]), which will be read aloud to City Council during the meeting.

City Council, the Planning Commission, and the Unified Development Code Advisory Committee will also meet this evening at 6:00pm for a one-hour joint workshop to discuss the Code Diagnostic, Annotated Table, and Zoning Conversion Table in regards to the development of the Unified Development Code.

For more information about both meetings, including the full meeting agendas, please visit www.nassaubay.com/75/City-Council.

The City of Nassau Bay will host a Regular City Council meeting tonight, Monday, January 10th at 7:00pm in the City Hall Council Chamber. The meeting will be in-person only. Residents can provide a comment to City Council in person or via email to City Secretary Sandra Ham ([email protected]), which will be read aloud to City Council during the meeting.

City Council, the Planning Commission, and the Unified Development Code Advisory Committee will also meet this evening at 6:00pm for a one-hour joint workshop to discuss the Code Diagnostic, Annotated Table, and Zoning Conversion Table in regards to the development of the Unified Development Code.

For more information about both meetings, including the full meeting agendas, please visit www.nassaubay.com/75/City-Council.

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We sincerely thank the Nassau Bay Po...
01/09/2022

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We sincerely thank the Nassau Bay Police Department for protecting our community, and their administrative staff for their invaluable assistance.

Today, the City of Nassau Bay recognizes National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We sincerely thank the Nassau Bay Police Department for protecting our community, and their administrative staff for their invaluable assistance.

Effective Wednesday, January 5, City of Nassau Bay Public Works offices are closed to the public and will remain closed ...
01/05/2022

Effective Wednesday, January 5, City of Nassau Bay Public Works offices are closed to the public and will remain closed until January 18. Since the Public Works building’s layout does not lend itself to social distancing, the decision was made to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among staff and visitors. During this time, no Microlife, dog tags or traps will be rented or sold.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our residents. For general questions, please contact the City at 281-333-4211.

Effective Wednesday, January 5, City of Nassau Bay Public Works offices are closed to the public and will remain closed until January 18. Since the Public Works building’s layout does not lend itself to social distancing, the decision was made to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among staff and visitors. During this time, no Microlife, dog tags or traps will be rented or sold.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our residents. For general questions, please contact the City at 281-333-4211.

If you’re considering participating in the #BettyWhiteChallenge, please remember the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter.A...
01/04/2022

If you’re considering participating in the #BettyWhiteChallenge, please remember the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter.

All donations support the costs to spay/neuter animals, cover vaccinations, or help animals that come in with injuries or illnesses that require special treatment.

To make a donation to the Nassau Bay Animal Shelter, call City Hall at 281-333-4211 to donate by credit card, or drop a check by City Hall (1800 Space Park Drive, Suite 200). Donations can also be made online via www.nassaubay.com/514/Animal-Shelter.

If you’re considering participating in the #BettyWhiteChallenge, please remember the City of Nassau Bay Animal Shelter.

All donations support the costs to spay/neuter animals, cover vaccinations, or help animals that come in with injuries or illnesses that require special treatment.

To make a donation to the Nassau Bay Animal Shelter, call City Hall at 281-333-4211 to donate by credit card, or drop a check by City Hall (1800 Space Park Drive, Suite 200). Donations can also be made online via www.nassaubay.com/514/Animal-Shelter.

Last chance to take holiday photos! Citizens and motorists will notice our contractors removing this year’s holiday déco...
01/04/2022

Last chance to take holiday photos! Citizens and motorists will notice our contractors removing this year’s holiday décor from the Town Square beginning Friday, January 7 and continuing through the weekend. Please exercise caution when walking or driving through the area during the removal process.

The City of Nassau Bay will continue to offer similar holiday décor in future years. We are so grateful to everyone who submitted their family photos and selfies throughout the holiday season.

Last chance to take holiday photos! Citizens and motorists will notice our contractors removing this year’s holiday décor from the Town Square beginning Friday, January 7 and continuing through the weekend. Please exercise caution when walking or driving through the area during the removal process.

The City of Nassau Bay will continue to offer similar holiday décor in future years. We are so grateful to everyone who submitted their family photos and selfies throughout the holiday season.

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog was found last night on Point Lookout Drive. For mor...
01/03/2022

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog was found last night on Point Lookout Drive. For more information, please text Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

Nassau Bay area advisory: Are you missing a family member? This dog was found last night on Point Lookout Drive. For more information, please text Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield at 832-574-0877.

Per information from the National Weather Service, a cold front moving through the Houston area late today will bring a ...
01/01/2022

Per information from the National Weather Service, a cold front moving through the Houston area late today will bring a dramatic change to the weather with much of the area experiencing freezing temperatures Saturday and Sunday night.
While the forecast does not show direct impact to Nassau Bay on Saturday, from Sunday night into Monday morning, a Freeze Watch is in effect for the southern half of the region. Please see graphics below for additional insight.

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Nassau Bay, TX
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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