Hurricane Season is Here
The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 - November 30. During severe weather, City of Southside Place personnel will closely monitor active weather alerts and warnings and keep residents updated on the effects to the city. Residents can register to receive alerts via text or email in Notify Me.
After the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, there are new suggestions on how to prepare for a hurricane. Please visit the Emergency Preparedness page for the list of suggested supplies to include in your Hurricane Kit. The page includes helpful links to local and national emergency information as well as important phone numbers for emergency assistance.
Summer Pool Hours Beginning June 1
Summer pool hour with run until August 18.The pool will then be closed on weekdays and be open only on weekends through Labor Day.
|Monday-Saturday||10AM - 8PM|
|Sunday||1PM - 8PM|
|August 24||10AM - 8PM|
|August 25||1PM - 8PM|
|August 31||10AM - 8PM|
|Septermber 1||1PM - 8PM|
|September 2 - Labor Day||10AM - 8PM|
2019 Season Pass Now Available
Southside Place citizens may apply to the city for a Season Pass. A Season Pass costs $450 annually per family. A season pass fee for Over 65 year old residents is $250 in 2019. Season Pass holder families in good standing get expanded access to the Southside Place Park and recreation facilities (tennis courts and pool) and discounts on rentals of the clubhouse, pool, and pavilion. The City will issue magnetic identification cards to Season Pass holders, which are required to gain free entry into the pool area and authorized entry to the tennis courts. Follow the link below to apply for a Season Pass online or print the application provided below and deliver the payment to City Hall. Season Passes are good for the calendar year 2019 (January - December), not a year from the date of purchase.
Season Pass Application - Printable
Season Pass Online Application
New Recycling Guidelines in Southside Place
Recently, the Waste Management Recycling Division visited city hall about new recycling guidelines. Waste Management no longer accepts plastic bags, styrofoam, or any food waste. Please sort plastic bags and styrofoam out of your recycles and wash all food waste from containers. Please contact Steve Kenney, Public Works Director with any questions or comments by email or by phone at 713-668-2341.
Southside Place 2018 Water Report
The 2018 Southside Place Drinking Water Report is available at City Hall and on the website. Southside Place purchases 80% of its drinking water from the City of Houston.
Poor Farm Ditch Presentation and City Drainage News
A Poor Farm Ditch presentation by the Flood Control District is available on the city website and at City Hall. Southside Place has submitted over $8 Million to the Texas Department of Emergency Management in drainage application funding requests for Edloe, Auden, and Harper Streets. Proposed projects are being reviewed by the state agency at this time. Comments and questions are welcome by email or phone at 713-668-2341.
Sign Up with HCFCD to Receive Customizable Water Level and Rainfall Alerts
Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) has announced enhancements to their website to provide residents the option to receive automated alerts regarding water levels and rainfall via text message, email, or both.
Mosquito Prevention Spraying Has Begun
The city began the annual mosquito prevention spraying on April 2, 2019. Spraying will occur weekly on Monday evenings after 10PM. If you have any questions or concerns please contact City hall during business hours.
2018 Tax Bill Mailout
All tax bills have been mailed. The Over 65 exemption is $185,000. "Homestead Exemptions Not Available" are printed on all residential bills. The average appraised home value in Southside Place is $1,419,579.
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