Welcome! We are so glad you chose to make League City your new hometown. Take a moment to explore these resources to help make your relocation easier. For more detailed information about living in League City, please download our Resident Guide.
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The majority of public schools located in League City are part of the Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD). With 45 school campuses and over 5,000 employees, CCISD is a top-rated public school district in Texas and one of the largest employers in League City. To find your zoned school campus and to start the enrollment process, visit Enrollment.
Utilities: Water, Sewer, and Garbage
All League City utility billing customers can sign up for the City’s Water Usage Tracker to easily monitor the amount of water they use. By creating a free account, users can set alerts, compare their usage versus rainfall, download their data, and compare usage with previous billing periods.
Sign up for the water usage tracker here.
League City uses AmeriWaste as our primary trash collection provider. The City has three trash zones, and the zone you live in will determine which days your trash is picked up. Trash is collected twice a week, and recycling is collected once a week.
Find your designated trash zone and your garbage and recycling pickup days here.
Trash pickup is between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on pickup days, and customers are asked to have their trash cans placed at the curb by 7 a.m. on their designated days. If your pick-up falls on a holiday, your garbage will be picked up on the next regularly scheduled day for your neighborhood. Garbage will not be picked up on New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, or Christmas Day.
Contact 281-554-1411 with questions about what AmeriWaste League City will accept. To request a recycling cart or pick-up of excessive debris, call 281-331-8400.
AmeriWaste has specific guidelines for disposing of green waste and heavy trash and also offers an on-demand household special collections program for hazardous waste.
Learn about waste disposal guidelines here.
- Cable and Satellite TV Services
Xfinity is the cable TV service provider for League City. DISH and DIRECTV are available for customers seeking satellite service.
There are a variety of internet providers in League City that offer cable, fiber, and DSL connections with speeds from 3 Mbps to 25 Mbps, as well as broadband internet. Providers include—but are not limited to—Xfinity, EarthLink, Frontier, Viasat, and HughesNet.
Retail Electric Providers (REPs) compete to sell electricity, and there are dozens to choose from. Utility companies maintain the power lines and handle outages. There are two utility companies that serve League City—Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) and CenterPoint Energy.
- Power Outages
Texas-New Mexico Power
Call 888-866-7456 or visit Texas-New Mexico Power
- CenterPoint Energy
Call 800-332-7143 or visit CenterPoint Energy
- Municipal Court
Cases filed in League City Municipal Court include—but are not limited to—traffic and parking violations, class “C” misdemeanors, and violations of City ordinances. Citations can be paid in person using cash, money order, or credit card. Payments can also be made online using a credit card. For more information visit Municipal Court or call 281-554-1060.
- Mail Delivery
The United States Post Office handles all mail delivery in League City. Questions can be answered by visiting the League City branch located at 240 W. Galveston Street or by calling 281-554-9219.
- Voter Registration
In order to vote in a League City election, you must be registered to vote in either Galveston or Harris County, depending on your address. Visit Galveston Votes and Harris Votes for more information.
- Department of Motor Vehicles
The Galveston North County Annex, located at 174 Calder Drive in League City, provides a full array of DMV services such as identification cards, driver’s license tests, Texas titling, plates, and auto registration. For more information call 409- 766-2284 or visit Galveston County.
- Tax Office
The Galveston County Tax Office has a branch in League City at the North County Annex located at 174 Calder Drive. In addition to property tax payments, citizens can apply for a marriage license, passport, and register to vote. For more information call 409-766-2284 or visit Galveston County.
- Mosquito Control
Mosquito spraying is done by Galveston County. To request a spraying, email Mosquito Control or call 1-800-842-5622.