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As we approach the holiday weekend, please remember - Fireworks are not allowed within City Limits.
07/02/2021

As we approach the holiday weekend, please remember - Fireworks are not allowed within City Limits.

As we approach the holiday weekend, please remember - Fireworks are not allowed within City Limits.

Good information from ACO Troy Bradfield.
07/02/2021

Good information from ACO Troy Bradfield.

A friendly reminder from City of Nassau Bay Animal Control Officer Troy Bradfield:

With the Fourth of July weekend approaching, it is very important to remember the impact that fireworks displays can have on pets. This can be a scary night for our furry companions, so keep the following tips in mind to decrease their stress as much as possible:

1. Before you leave to celebrate the Fourth of July, make sure your pets are inside with a fan and their favorite TV show on to drown out the noises from the fireworks. The last thing you want is to come home and find your pet missing.

2. Make sure your pets’ tags are current with the correct address and phone numbers. While microchips are important – especially if your pet loses his collar – a neighbor or fellow resident has no way to tell that your pet is microchipped and has no way of scanning it for a microchip. Your best bet is always to keep your pet’s tag updated.

3. If your pet does get out over the holiday weekend, contact Animal Control as soon as possible at 832-574-0877 or 281-333-4211. You should also post on Nextdoor, Facebook or Instagram with a picture of your pet and a phone number where you can be reached.

We hope our entire community – including our four-legged residents – can enjoy a happy and safe Fourth of July weekend.

07/01/2021

With summer in full swing, here are a few tips from Nassau Bay’s Code Enforcement Department:

Continue to dedicate time to exterior maintenance efforts, including pressure washing, repairing loose shutters, touching up faded or peeled painted surfaces, and applying w**d control to your lawn and cracks in your front walks and driveways.

Maintain your lawn and trees. Residents are reminded that – per City ordinance – grass should not exceed six (6) inches in height and should not extend more than three (3) inches over the curb line or edge of the property line. In addition to lawn care, trees are also important to maintain. Unhealthy trees can be hazardous, so it is crucial to have them evaluated to prevent costly projects and hazardous situations.

Ensure swimming pools are up to par. Standing water attracts mosquitoes, providing ideal breeding grounds. It is important to maintain swimming pools and filtration systems to prevent mosquito infestations which can spread diseases.

While thinking about the safety of your swimming pool, remember to evaluate the condition of your fencing – ensure it is in good shape to help prevent unauthorized or unsupervised access to the water.

Thank you for doing your part to maintain the well-being of our community. For code enforcement-related questions, contact Tony Russo at [email protected].

06/25/2021

A message from the Public Works Department:
Street Sweeping will be conducted this Saturday, June 26. We ask that you please move all vehicles off the roadways and park in your driveway or garage on Friday night (June 25) so the street sweeper can effectively clean all streets on Saturday between 7:00am and 7:00pm.

We appreciate your assistance!

Summer is here, and this means high temperatures. We all know that the Texas summer heat is serious business. But did yo...
06/24/2021

Summer is here, and this means high temperatures. We all know that the Texas summer heat is serious business. But did you know that Texas leads the nation in hot car deaths? Each year an average of 10 children in Texas die from being left a hot car.
Busy, distracted parents can easily forget their children in hot cars. These tragedies are avoidable and following a few simple tips may help save lives.
Because a child's body heats up three to five times faster than an adult's, the risk of heat stroke, brain damage and death is much greater for children left in hot cars.
Don't be tempted to let your dozing child continue sleeping in the car after you have arrived at your destination — not even in your own driveway. Even if it's 60 degrees outside, a car can still reach temperatures over 110 degrees inside. Cars can heat up 20 degrees in 10 minutes, and rolling down the windows or parking in the shade does little to keep a car interior cool on a hot day. Even if it's a cloudy day, never leave your child unattended in the car.
Keep these tips in mind for preventing hot car tragedies:
• Place your cell phone, briefcase, purse or other important item in the backseat before driving to your destination. This will get you in the routine of checking the backseat every day.
• Place a "baby on board" or "look before you lock" sign or note on your dashboard or front passenger seat when you place your child in the car seat.
• Establish a peace-of-mind plan. When you drop off your child, make a habit of calling or texting all other caregivers, so all of you know where your child is at all times.
• Before getting out of the car, check to be sure everyone is out and lock all doors. Thirty percent of the deaths in the U.S. have occurred when a child climbed into an unlocked vehicle.
• Have a plan with your daycare providers. Ask them to call you if your child does not arrive on time, and they have not heard from you.
• If you see a child alone in a car, dial 911 immediately.
Also, DO NOT leave your pet in the car. Animals can suffer heat related illness and deaths too.

Summer is here, and this means high temperatures. We all know that the Texas summer heat is serious business. But did you know that Texas leads the nation in hot car deaths? Each year an average of 10 children in Texas die from being left a hot car.
Busy, distracted parents can easily forget their children in hot cars. These tragedies are avoidable and following a few simple tips may help save lives.
Because a child's body heats up three to five times faster than an adult's, the risk of heat stroke, brain damage and death is much greater for children left in hot cars.
Don't be tempted to let your dozing child continue sleeping in the car after you have arrived at your destination — not even in your own driveway. Even if it's 60 degrees outside, a car can still reach temperatures over 110 degrees inside. Cars can heat up 20 degrees in 10 minutes, and rolling down the windows or parking in the shade does little to keep a car interior cool on a hot day. Even if it's a cloudy day, never leave your child unattended in the car.
Keep these tips in mind for preventing hot car tragedies:
• Place your cell phone, briefcase, purse or other important item in the backseat before driving to your destination. This will get you in the routine of checking the backseat every day.
• Place a "baby on board" or "look before you lock" sign or note on your dashboard or front passenger seat when you place your child in the car seat.
• Establish a peace-of-mind plan. When you drop off your child, make a habit of calling or texting all other caregivers, so all of you know where your child is at all times.
• Before getting out of the car, check to be sure everyone is out and lock all doors. Thirty percent of the deaths in the U.S. have occurred when a child climbed into an unlocked vehicle.
• Have a plan with your daycare providers. Ask them to call you if your child does not arrive on time, and they have not heard from you.
• If you see a child alone in a car, dial 911 immediately.
Also, DO NOT leave your pet in the car. Animals can suffer heat related illness and deaths too.

On Wednesday morning, a special ceremony was held in David Braun Park honoring fallen Nassau Bay Police Department Sgt. ...
06/23/2021

On Wednesday morning, a special ceremony was held in David Braun Park honoring fallen Nassau Bay Police Department Sgt. Kaila Sullivan.
During the ceremony, the Nassau Bay Police Department, joined by members of Sgt. Sullivan’s family and other City of Nassau Bay representatives, gathered to dedicate a special bench in her honor.
The bench, donated by the Community Association for Nassau Bay Enhancement (CANBE), has been installed at David Braun Park along the sidewalk leading to the playground.
“We are so grateful to CANBE for this special donation in honor of Kaila,” Nassau Bay Police Chief Tim Cromie said. “This small dedication ceremony gave the department the chance to gather in honor of Kaila, who was killed in the line of duty on December 10, 2019.”

Wishing all the dads a wonderful day.
06/20/2021

Wishing all the dads a wonderful day.

Wishing all the dads a wonderful day.

Officer Perry Henderson was presented a General Commendation Award for the Nassau Bay Police Department by Chief Tim Cro...
06/16/2021

Officer Perry Henderson was presented a General Commendation Award for the Nassau Bay Police Department by Chief Tim Cromie during the City Council meeting this past Monday. On February 13, 2021, officer Henderson responded to a small dinghy boat adrift in Clear Lake. Temperature on that day was 32 degrees. Officer Henderson was originally unable to reach the boat, but continued his efforts including attempting to wade into the water to reach the boat. Unable to see anyone in the boat, he called out to the boat and ended up receiving a response from a 66-year-old male who was under a tarp in the boat. The male was wearing only a pair of underwear. Officer Henderson called for assistance and NBVFD arrived with the Safety Boat and removed the male from the boat. The male was transported by EMS to a local hospital where his body temperature registered at 81 degrees. Due to Officer Henderson’s diligent efforts, he was able to prevent serious injury or illness to the citizen. Thank you and congratulations Officer Henderson.

Officer Perry Henderson was presented a General Commendation Award for the Nassau Bay Police Department by Chief Tim Cromie during the City Council meeting this past Monday. On February 13, 2021, officer Henderson responded to a small dinghy boat adrift in Clear Lake. Temperature on that day was 32 degrees. Officer Henderson was originally unable to reach the boat, but continued his efforts including attempting to wade into the water to reach the boat. Unable to see anyone in the boat, he called out to the boat and ended up receiving a response from a 66-year-old male who was under a tarp in the boat. The male was wearing only a pair of underwear. Officer Henderson called for assistance and NBVFD arrived with the Safety Boat and removed the male from the boat. The male was transported by EMS to a local hospital where his body temperature registered at 81 degrees. Due to Officer Henderson’s diligent efforts, he was able to prevent serious injury or illness to the citizen. Thank you and congratulations Officer Henderson.

Chart new horizons by joining the Nassau Bay Police Department Beginning salary of $52,600.00$5,000.00 signing bonus for...
06/08/2021

Chart new horizons by joining the Nassau Bay Police Department
Beginning salary of $52,600.00
$5,000.00 signing bonus for qualified applicants with two or more years experience.
Additional benefits package
-The City’s pay period is bi-weekly (every other Friday).
-Full medical and dental benefits for you and 70% of premiums for your eligible dependents paid
by the City.
-Ten paid Holidays plus 2 “floating holidays” per year.
-Two weeks (80 hours) per year of paid vacation accrued per year.
-Paid sick leave accrued at a rate of 12 hour per month (144) of employment beginning with the
date of your employment.
-Longevity Pay of $5.00 per month, per year of service, paid annually in December after the
completion of one year of service.
-Participation in the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). 7% contribution, City match at a rate of 2 to 1.
-City-provided Life Insurance at three times your annual salary (Police Dept. ONLY).
-A supplemental death benefit for active TMRS employees equal to one-year salary; premiums
paid by the City.
-Long-term disability and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage; premiums paid by the
City.
-Optional deferred compensation retirement benefits are offered to employees through an ICMA
retirement fund.
https://www.nassaubay.com/jobs.aspx

Chart new horizons by joining the Nassau Bay Police Department
Beginning salary of $52,600.00
$5,000.00 signing bonus for qualified applicants with two or more years experience.
Additional benefits package
-The City’s pay period is bi-weekly (every other Friday).
-Full medical and dental benefits for you and 70% of premiums for your eligible dependents paid
by the City.
-Ten paid Holidays plus 2 “floating holidays” per year.
-Two weeks (80 hours) per year of paid vacation accrued per year.
-Paid sick leave accrued at a rate of 12 hour per month (144) of employment beginning with the
date of your employment.
-Longevity Pay of $5.00 per month, per year of service, paid annually in December after the
completion of one year of service.
-Participation in the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). 7% contribution, City match at a rate of 2 to 1.
-City-provided Life Insurance at three times your annual salary (Police Dept. ONLY).
-A supplemental death benefit for active TMRS employees equal to one-year salary; premiums
paid by the City.
-Long-term disability and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage; premiums paid by the
City.
-Optional deferred compensation retirement benefits are offered to employees through an ICMA
retirement fund.
https://www.nassaubay.com/jobs.aspx

Today is National Donut Day.   Yes, we get irony.  Let the jokes begin.
06/04/2021

Today is National Donut Day. Yes, we get irony. Let the jokes begin.

Today is National Donut Day. Yes, we get irony. Let the jokes begin.

Today we remember and honor the brave men and women who gave all for our great country.
05/31/2021

Today we remember and honor the brave men and women who gave all for our great country.

Today we remember and honor the brave men and women who gave all for our great country.

Starting salary of $52,600.$5,000.00 signing bonus for qualified applicants with two years experience. Additional BENEFI...
05/30/2021

Starting salary of $52,600.
$5,000.00 signing bonus for qualified applicants with two years experience.
Additional BENEFITS PACKAGE
-The City’s pay period is bi-weekly (every other Friday).
-Full medical and dental benefits for you and 70% of premiums for your eligible dependents paid
by the City.
-Ten paid Holidays plus 2 “floating holidays” per year.
-Two weeks (80 hours) per year of paid vacation accrued per year.
-Paid sick leave accrued at a rate of 12 hour per month (144) of employment beginning with the
date of your employment.
-Longevity Pay of $5.00 per month, per year of service, paid annually in December after the
completion of one year of service.
-Participation in the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). 7% contribution, City match at a rate of 2 to 1.
-City-provided Life Insurance at three times your annual salary (Police Dept. ONLY).
-A supplemental death benefit for active TMRS employees equal to one-year salary; premiums
paid by the City.
-Long-term disability and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage; premiums paid by the
City.
-Optional deferred compensation retirement benefits are offered to employees through an ICMA
retirement fund.
https://www.nassaubay.com/jobs.aspx

Starting salary of $52,600.
$5,000.00 signing bonus for qualified applicants with two years experience.
Additional BENEFITS PACKAGE
-The City’s pay period is bi-weekly (every other Friday).
-Full medical and dental benefits for you and 70% of premiums for your eligible dependents paid
by the City.
-Ten paid Holidays plus 2 “floating holidays” per year.
-Two weeks (80 hours) per year of paid vacation accrued per year.
-Paid sick leave accrued at a rate of 12 hour per month (144) of employment beginning with the
date of your employment.
-Longevity Pay of $5.00 per month, per year of service, paid annually in December after the
completion of one year of service.
-Participation in the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). 7% contribution, City match at a rate of 2 to 1.
-City-provided Life Insurance at three times your annual salary (Police Dept. ONLY).
-A supplemental death benefit for active TMRS employees equal to one-year salary; premiums
paid by the City.
-Long-term disability and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage; premiums paid by the
City.
-Optional deferred compensation retirement benefits are offered to employees through an ICMA
retirement fund.
https://www.nassaubay.com/jobs.aspx

A brief history of why we have a three day weekend.  Take time to remember the sacrifices made by brave women and men of...
05/29/2021

A brief history of why we have a three day weekend. Take time to remember the sacrifices made by brave women and men of our military.
Memorial Day is an American holiday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. For decades, Memorial Day continued to be observed on May 30, the date General Logan had selected for the first Decoration Day. But in 1968, Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which established Memorial Day as the last Monday in May in order to create a three-day weekend for federal employees. The change went into effect in 1971. The same law also declared Memorial Day a federal holiday.

A brief history of why we have a three day weekend. Take time to remember the sacrifices made by brave women and men of our military.
Memorial Day is an American holiday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. For decades, Memorial Day continued to be observed on May 30, the date General Logan had selected for the first Decoration Day. But in 1968, Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which established Memorial Day as the last Monday in May in order to create a three-day weekend for federal employees. The change went into effect in 1971. The same law also declared Memorial Day a federal holiday.

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