The Seabrook Office of Emergency Management remains fully staffed and is actively responding to concerns as the sun rises this morning.
Expect debris and other obstructions on the roadway. Public Works crews are removing debris and other roadway obstructions. Please do not call 911 to report debris on the road.
- A few low lying streets are still impassable. Do not drive on flooded roadways.
- Several traffic lights are not operational due to power outages. Approach intersections on NASA and SH146 with caution and come to a complete stop prior to proceeding.
- Monitor power outages online through CenterPoint’s Outage Tracker.
Nicholas was upgraded to a category 1 hurricane last night around 10:30 p.m. Tropical storm force winds impacted Seabrook around midnight and continued for several hours. Please stay off the roads if possible to allow for city and other utility crews to respond as necessary.
As a reminder, Waste Management has delayed trash services today. City facilities and Pine Gully Park remain closed and the tonight’s special City Council meeting has been canceled.
We will continue to post updates as they are made available. Information will be posted to www.seabrooktx.gov, Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor.