A great time was had by all on Tuesday evening, October 5, 2021
Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia is assisting the city with storm debris pickup.
Pickups will occur tomorrow and Friday starting at 6 am.
They will ONLY pick up vegetation. If you have mixed trash or building materials in with your vegetation, they will not pick it up and you will be responsible for disposing of it.
I very much appreciate Commissioner Garcia’s support.
I hope that you have seen our new flagpole at the entrance to the city on Shoreacres Blvd. It replaces the maritime style flagpole that we’ve had for quite a while.
The problem with that pole was that it was simply too small. When we needed to lower the flags to half-staff, the flags looked like they were almost on the ground. The new pole is 2 1/2 times the height of the old one and the flags are almost three times the size. They look awesome and at night we have a light highlighting them.
Many thanks to Chad Burke, Karen Gregory and the Economic Alliance Houston Port Region for their generous grant that made this possible. City Manager Troy Harrison worked with the the alliance to make this happen.
The City of Shoreacres is audited annually by an outside, independent CPA firm. Below is a listing of the city’s audits by fiscal year.
The Shoreacres City Council unanimously adopted the 2020-21 Tax Rate in Resolution 2020-385 on September 28, 2020.
The Maintenance and Operations tax rate is $0.657399 per $100 of assessed value of taxable property.
The Debt tax rate is $0.165955 per $100 of assessed value of taxable property.
Let’s see those registered pets!