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 existing and new infrastructure across League City which includes everything from roadways and traffic lights to storm drains, sewers, and water production.
Below are some tips and projects they are working on:
Asphalt Overlay and Rehab on School Rd
Streets crews are working to complete the asphalt overlay and rehab of School Rd before the start of the school year. This small segment of roadway is important as it not only serves League City Elementary but now also League City’s Community Center. Work is expected to be completed by July 28th and ready for use.
Activation of 12” Water Line From IH-45 to Palomino St.
Capital Improvement Project - Construction of a 12” water line along FM 518 (Main Street) from I-45 to Palomino St. was tied in and activated to the water distribution system on July 17, 2023. This water line project adds reliability and redundancy to the west side of town and efficiency of operations as well.
2023 Drinking Water Quality Report
The Drinking Water Quality Report is intended to provide water system customers with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made by the City’s water system to provide safe and regulatory compliant drinking water. The 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report represents the time period of January 1 to December 31, 2022.
Additional information includes:
- List of potential contaminants
- League City’s drinking water sources
- How to conserve water, and
- The EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline
For questions about the City’s Drinking Water Quality Report or to report taste, odor, or other water quality issues, please contact Tommy Arredondo, Public Works Utility Manager at (281) 554-1041.
The 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report is available here: www.leaguecity.com/ccr
Maintenance on Watercraft Trailers
Over the past few years Fleet has been working with public safety departments maintaining and repairing watercrafts and their accompanying trailers. The most recent repair order is for a trailer that pulls the Police Department’s 21.7-foot Gulf Coast boat. Fleet staff has replaced all the running boards and padding to ensure easy loading and unloading of the marine unit.
“What is Lichens?”
- Common on trees (especially seen on Live Oaks around town)
- Greyish-blue-green and may be flat, crusty, or brush-like
- Not harmful to trees but may see larger populations on declining trees
- No chemical control necessary; focus on increasing tree vigor
Check out the following website for more information on Lichens: https://plantclinic.tamu.edu/2019/02/22/you-either-lichen-or-you-do-not-like-em/