Check your mailboxes! If you haven’t already received the winter edition of City Matters magazine, you should be getting it any day. We publish the magazine four times a year to inform our citizens about various city projects and activities, to spotlight departments and employees, and to highlight different initiatives and programs.
This latest edition features League City’s first-ever Visitor Center and Café at the historic Station Master House located at League Park and takes a look at the League City Police Department’s proactive response to the growing need for mental health services in our community. LCPD is in the midst of creating a dedicated mental health unit that will consist of specially trained officers who will be equipped to handle a wide range of mental health scenarios—including suicide prevention, addiction, and crisis intervention.
Residents can also read more about the City’s Line Repair Department and their crucial efforts year-round to protect our City, particularly during periods of inclement weather, including freezes and winter storms. The article also provides tips for residents on how they can protect their homes during a freeze. We don’t know what the winter has in store for us, but all residents should know how to protect their pipes from bursting.
Extra copies of City Matters will be available at City facilities next week, including City Hall and the Helen Hall Library. You can also read the online version at City Matters Winter 2023/2024 by leaguecitytexas - Issuu