City of Baytown
P.O. Box 424
Baytown, Texas 77522
220 West Defee
Baytown, Texas 77520
Call (281) 420-5384
Fax (281) 420.7184
Neighborhood Protection Division
THANK YOU, BAYTOWN!
Winners of the Youth Art Competition (click on names to see their art) for Trash-Off Baytown 2013 are:
Kindergarten thru Second Grade: Third Place: Esmeralda Villalon Second Place: Ruby Duran First Place: Gabby Washington Third thru Fifth Grades: Third Place: Sebastian Esquibel Second Place: Glynnis Lozano First Place: Daniela Mendoza Sixth thru Eighth Grades: Third Place: Desiree Toutai Second Place: Ghalesy Carreon First Place: Jessica Zavala Ninth thru Twelfth Grades: Second Place: Daisy Campos First Place: Brianna Rivera
CLICK on ►Litter Attitude Survey
We need your input in order to continue to improve the Keep Baytown Beautiful program. Please take a few moments to respond to this brief Survey based on your personal experiences. As always, we welcome your suggestions. Thanks!!
Baytown Recycles Day
Over 100 residents turned out for the 12th annual Baytown Recycles Day, held on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012!
· 21 oil filters
· 30 gallons of waste antifreeze
· 22 gallons of oily water
· 1022 batteries
· 500 pounds of recyclable metals
· 135 tires
October declared Code Compliance Month by Mayor DonCarlos! Click HERE to read the Official Proclamation
Neighborhood Protection is a division of the City of Baytown Health Department designed to assist Baytown citizens to improve the Image and Beautification of our community through active involvement in four major activities: Public Awareness activities, Educational activities, Clean-Up activities, and Code Enforcement activities.
Neighborhood Protection Monthly Report
General Neighborhood Protection Overview Brochure
Neighborhood Protection participates in the Keep Texas Beautiful program as the Keep Baytown Beautiful (KBB) Affiliate. At the 2012 Keep Texas Beautiful Annual Conference, KBB was recognized in 4 categories, including Media, Government, Business/Industry, and Community Achievement. Keep Baytown Beautiful was also awarded Gold Star Affiliate status, for the seventh time!
Click HERE to see your group photo on the Adopt-A-Site Page...
How Should I Properly Dispose of Household Hazardous Wastes (HHW)?
HHW must not be disposed in regular trash!
Residents may want to hold such items for the next scheduled HHW collection event (generally held in April). In the meantime, there are several options available for proper disposal of some types of HHW.
Permanent collection sites for Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) nearby are listed here. For Baytown residents in Harris County, the newest HHW collection site is at:
6900 Hahl Rd (at 290 and North Gessner)
Houston, TX 77040
Hours Open to the Public:
Wednesdays - 9AM - 3PM
2nd Saturdays of each month - 9AM - 3PM
This facility may be closed during holiday weeks.
Baytown residents living in Chambers County are invited to contact Chambers County Solid Waste Department for questions regarding proper disposal, at 409-267-8202.
Latex paint may be disposed with regular trash once it is COMPLETELY dried out. For a large volume, one option is to put a large garbage bag in a big cardboard box and then pour out the paint (in layers if necessary) until all the material is dry. Please note: this is only for latex (water-based) paints, NOT for those which are oil-based (including also varnishes, lacquers, or similar).
For additional drop-off locations and more local HHW contact information, visit Earth911.com.
Keep Baytown Beautiful is a cooperative program of the
Baytown Beautification Advisory Commission and the City of Baytown Health Department, bringing friends, families, coworkers and neighbors together to create a cleaner, brighter Baytown.
Core Values of the Neighborhood Protection Division, City of Baytown:
Leadership | Service | Excellence | Teamwork | Integrity | Respect