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Posted on: February 2, 2023

Public Works' Week in Review for February 2, 2023

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The Public Works Department is made up of various sub-departments including Fleet, Line Repair, Streets/Stormwater and Traffic, Wastewater, and Water. Each week, over 100 employees are responsible for the maintenance, monitoring, and improvement of existi...

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2022 - Public Works - Spotlights
Posted on: November 4, 2022

Low-Flow Toilet Rebate Program

Water Conservation

The League City Public Works Department is launching its annual Low Flow Toilet Rebate program, aimed at promoting water conservation in the community. This program gives property owners a rebate for replacing their high-water use toilets with new low-flo...

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2022 - Public Works - Spotlights
Posted on: July 27, 2022

Public Works First Responders

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In 2017, the American Public Works Association approved the adoption of the "Public Works First Responder" symbol to identify public works personnel and acknowledge their federally-mandated role as first responders.The true value and need for Le...

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2022 - Public Works - Spotlights
Posted on: May 17, 2021

Tour Our Wastewater Treatment Plants

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Have a school group, club, organization, or association that would like to take a tour of League City’s wastewater treatment plants? The Wastewater Department organizes tours for various groups throughout the year, so they can learn all about the wastewat...

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2022 - Public Works - Spotlights
Posted on: May 19, 2021

League City Now a Member of the WAZE Network

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League City partnered with the GPS navigation software application, Waze, to better inform residents about construction, congestion, and street closures throughout the City.

As part of the collaboration, League City’s Traffic Department will have:

  • 24-hour, ...
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2022 - Public Works - Spotlights
Posted on: August 29, 2018

Water Smart: Conserving a Precious Resource

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Water is an essential resource for our homes, businesses, and community. If you save water, you save money and energy, and you help save the environment. Find out how you can make small changes that have a big impact.Learn more about using water efficient...

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Water Smart Website 2022 - Public Works - Spotlights