Welcome to the City of Texas City. We have established this site as a means of providing the citizens of Texas City and visitors a wealth of information on our "city by the bay."
From leisure activities to city services, business and industry to our fascinating history, it's all here. Take a look around and see why Texas City is the best place to live, to work and to play.Matt Doyle
Texas City Dike
The entire Texas City Dike is open.
Water Treatment Plant Annual Cleaning
The Thomas S. Mackey Water Treatment Plant's annual disinfection will take place April 14 to April 28. Please read the announcement more details.
Please visit our Elections page for a list of all election candidates.
Texas City Art Festival
Boy Scouts and TCPD
ADA Paratransit Service
Connect Transit began providing ADA Paratransit Service on Feb. 10. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), complementary paratransit service is for passengers who are unable to navigate or to access the fixed route bus system due to a disability. Connect Transit will provide paratransit services to any individual within Galveston County or Brazoria County within a three-quarter mile radius of the fixed-route bus system who meets the functionally eligible paratransit requirements.
Passengers who want to use the paratransit service must register with Connect Transit before being eligible for the service. To become eligible for the service, download the ADA Paratransit Eligibility form and fill it out completely.
For more information on the service, download the passenger's guide (also available en Español) or call (800) 266-2320 or (409) 945-0820. ADA Paratransit trips are $2 per trip and the service is Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
You can now pay your water bill online
To make an online payment for your water bill, visit Citizens Self Service using Visa, MasterCard or Discover. A $2.95 convenience fee is charged for using this service which will be visible prior to submitting your payment online. See Water Billing/Customer Service for more details.
Residential Parking Ordinance, Effective May 2013
The city has adopted an ordinance limiting parking in the grass in the front yard of residences:
Sec. 118-243. — Parking in residential districts
Parking in residential districts (to include residential uses and all residential areas) shall comply with the following provision:
No vehicle, as defined by Transportation Code, Chapter 541, Subchapter C, Section 541.201, Vehicles, shall be parked or stored between the residential structure and street frontage, unless parked on an improved driveway. An existing improved driveway surface is one made of concrete, asphalt, pavers, or other material approved by the City's Building Official, that form a continual surface sufficient to support the entire width, length and weight of the vehicle. Improved driveways must originate at the public roadway and form a continual surface. Parking surfaces added to an existing, improved driveway surface in the front or side yard must be connected and/or attached to the original improved surface. Parking off the improved driveway in the front yard area (area between residential structure and the street, to include the side yard of corner and irregular shaped lots) is prohibited.
Grant Funds for Homeowners and Landlords
The Galveston County Housing Assistance Program is offering grant funds to homeowners and landlords.
Condado de Galveston programa de asistencia (Galveston County Housing Assistance Program) ofrece fondos publicos a duenos o propietarios de casas de renta.
Strategic Plans available for viewing online
- Goals 2000 Comprehensive Plan (July 1992)
- Texas City Vision 2020 Comprehensive Plan (July 1998)
- Texas City Goals 100 Strategic Planning Process (Sept. 2005)
- Texas City Strategic Plan 2012-2017
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2013
- City of Texas City 2013-2014 Adopted Annual Budget (Statement required by S.B. 656)
- 2012 Water Quality Report
- City of Texas City 2012-2013 Adopted Annual Budget
- City Commissioner's Precinct 2011 Redistricting
- City of Texas City 2011-12 Adopted Annual Budget
- Texas City Dike Information
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