Yes, any home addition will require permits. Please visit our permit page for more information.
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Nothing takes the fun out of an evening barbecue outdoors like a bunch of bloodthirsty mosquitoes. During the mosquito season the Public Works Department sprays on a regular basis. Visit our webpage to view our spraying schedule.
Before you call a plumber, always give the Public Works Department a call. We will send our sewer maintenance crew out to check the sewer main. It is possible the problem could be a blockage in the sewers main line. If that is the case our crews will clear the line and alleviate the problem therefore saving you the cost of hiring a plumber. Give us a call and let us check it out. If the sewer problem is on the cities side we will fix the problem. If the problem is on the homeowners side we will notify you and inform you that, yes, you need to call a plumber. Give us a call first at 281-478-7270.
Fill out the Culvert Request Form and submit it to the public works department. After your information is reviewed by the Engineering Department you will be contacted with information concerning what size culvert you need to purchased. Please do not purchase any culvert material until after we contact you. After the culvert material has been purchased and delivered at your home, contact the Public Works Department and a work order will be issued for our Street Maintenance crew to install the culvert at no charge to the resident. Start by filling out the Culvert Request Form (PDF).
Be sure to secure doors on refrigerators, freezers, stoves, etc. to prevent children from getting inside. Either remove the doors completely or secure with duct tape or rope.
Street light outages and other issues should be reported to CenterPoint. For easier access use their online portal.
If you are having problems with vehicles speeding down your street you should contact the police department (281-479-1511) and ask if they can patrol the area more often.