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Looking for Local Covid 19 Vaccine Information
04/22/2021

Looking for the latest on local COVID-19 Vaccine information? Follow this link:

https://www.freeport.tx.us/page/Updates%20Regarding%20COVID%2019


Are you a business looking for financing?
04/06/2021
Please check out the PACE program recently approved by City Council.

Disaster Loans Available to Texas Small Businesses
04/01/2021
Small Business owners please read the following Loans Available To Texas Small Businesses

Avoid Denial for FEMA Assistance by Checking Right Box on Application
03/03/2021

Subject: FEMA Denial Letter Issue!

Steve Rosa with the Brazoria County Office of Emergency Management has received reports from their partners at TDEM that a large group of folks in Texas who are applying for FEMA individual assistance are being denied because they are answering one simple question wrong. 

When filling out the application for assistance due to the recent ice event choose the “Snow & Ice Event" box, not the “Flood or flooding” box.

Mr. Rosa encourages citizens to not give up on their applications.  Even if they receive a denial letter there is an appeal process they can go through.

 


Winter Storm Damage
02/26/2021

Did you receive damage from the winter storm?  We want to know about it!

Click this link!


Governor's Order GA-32 Increases Business Occupancy Limits-Feb. 23 2021
02/23/2021

Press Release
For Immediate Release Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Contacts:
Timothy Kelty – tkelty@freeport.tx.us  (979) 233-3526

Brazoria County Businesses Can Return to 75% Capacity and Bars to 50%

Based on GA-32 Brazoria County Businesses Can Return to 75% Capacity and Bars to 50%

FREEPORT,  TX  –  Based  on  Governor’s  Order  GA-32,  Brazoria  County  no  longer  falls  within 
the criteria for a high hospitalization area.  Therefore, businesses in Brazoria County can now 
return to 75% capacity, and bars [as defined by TABC] can open at 50%.

In a letter from the Department of State Health Services to County Judge L.M. (Matt) Sebesta, Jr., 
Dr. John Hellerstedt, MD, stated that because our Trauma Service Area (TSA R) no longer meets the 
criteria laid out in GA-32 for high hospitalization, businesses can return to 75% occupancy, bars 
can open  at 50%,  and licensed hospitals may resume  elective surgeries. Other limits are defined 
for activities like religious services, outdoor events, youth camps, etc.

More specific information is available at: 
https://gov.texas.gov/uploads/files/press/EO-GA-32_continued_response_to_COVID-19_IMAGE_10-07-2020.pdf

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City of Freeport, Texas

Ideally situated on the central Gulf Coast, the City of Freeport, Texas, is approximately 60 miles 
south of Houston  and  45  miles  southwest  of  Galveston  in  Brazoria  County.  Freeport  is  
home  to  over  12,000 residents  who  enjoy  beautiful  beaches,  outstanding  offshore  fishing,  
and  a  welcoming,  small-town atmosphere, and is part of the Brazosport, Southern Brazoria County area.

 

Gulf Coast Center - Texas Recovering Together
11/18/2020
Gulf Coast Center’s latest Texans Recovering Together, Crisis Counseling Program (TRT CCP) is offering free and confidential services for anyone affected by COVID-19 in Brazoria and Galveston Counties. 

They are also available to provide workshops and presentations to your organization on a variety of mental health related topics. These topics include self-care, stress management, coping skills, task organization, problem-solving skills, and many more. Bilingual counselors are available (Spanish and Urdu). Call us today to find out more! Please see the flyer attached for more information.
 

Check out the flyer!


2020 City of Freeport Strategic Plan
06/26/2020
Please find our 2020 Strategic Plan.

City of Freeport Series 2020 Certificates of Obligation
06/02/2020
Residents please read the following notice regarding the City of Freeport Series 2020 Certificates of Obligation

Get your water connected online!
03/10/2020

New water customers can get their water service turned on by visiting this website


City of Freeport Ethics Ordinance
03/04/2020
Please find our Ethics Ordinance by clicking here.

New Departmental Phone numbers
09/26/2019

Now you can contact City Hall departments directly by calling:

Water Department: 979-871-0190

Municipal Court: 979-871-0191

Human Resources: 979-871-0192

Permit Department: 979-871-0193


Water & Court Payments
03/04/2019
Water and court payments can be made online .  Water payments can also be made by calling the automated system at 979-705-7366.

Brazos River Vision Plan
01/29/2019

Have you checked out what LJA Engineering has envisioned for the Old Brazos River?  Check it out!  

Freeport Harbor Vision Plan


Stormwater Permits
07/27/2017
The Federal Government is now mandating that smaller cities, like Freeport, must comply with stormwater regulations.  If you are a property owner, contractor or developer, this may affect you in your construction or normal business practices!  Click here to find out more!

Report a Street Light Outage
07/27/2017
Visit Centerpoint's "Report Street Light Outages" page to report street lights needing repair.   Here's a tip: Zoom in to Freeport to the neighborhood you are looking for to find the pole number.  Follow the directions on the right hand side of the screen.  You can always call us during working hours for assistance!

WebQA - We're Listening!
07/27/2017
Do you have a complaint or have a question for city staff or your council person? This is the spot!

Click here to see more!

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