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The City of League City is partnering with American Legion Post 554 to honor the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our country during a special Memorial Day Ceremony. The ceremony is scheduled for Monday, May 29 at Fairview Cemetery, 901 N. Kansas at 10 a.m.

The ceremony will feature a roll call of area servicemen and women who have died while in military service, presentation of the colors, and guest speakers including Mayor Pat Hallisey, American Legion Post 554 Commander Christopher Smith, and John Schoelkopf from Fairview Cemetery.

Nominations are now being accepted for annual awards for Distinguished Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD) Alumni, CCISD Superstars and the Dennis Johnson Memorial Small Business Award. Recipients are selected by the Clear Creek Education Foundation.

TxDOT IH-45 closures

  • May 04, 2017
  • Published in News

The City of League City received an update from TxDOT regarding IH-45 closures scheduled for May 5 to 8.

Starting May 5 at 9 p.m., TxDOT will close the southbound lanes of IH-45 from FM 518 to FM 517 to switch traffic lanes to facilitate the reconstruction of IH-45. In addition, northbound lanes on IH-45 from NASA Bypass to Scarsdale are scheduled for intermittent closures throughout the weekend to stripe the new highway. If all goes as planned, lanes are expected to reopen 5 a.m. on Monday, May 8.

Temporary closure of Calder Road

  • Apr 16, 2017
  • Published in News

The contractor for the Calder Road Improvement Project will be closing Calder Road, from the Dickinson ISD Elementary School to Ervin Street, beginning Monday, April 17, until Monday, April 27, 2017. This road closure in necessary for the construction of the Calder Road Box Culvert Drainage Structure for Magnolia Bayou.

Access to the Bayview Development and Magnolia Creek Baptist Church from the north, and the Dominion Church from the south will remain.

Texas State Fire Marshal, Chris Connealy, presented the City of League City with an Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) rating 1/1Y at the Council meeting on April 11, 2017 for improving the fire safety of the city.

A rating of ISO 1 represents the highest rating of fire protection status that a city can achieve. This places League City in the 99.5 percentile nationwide.