The Baytown Nature Center, 6213 Bayway Drive, offers a double feature of fun and learning in the great outdoors. Two great events showcase this wonderful City resource both day and night on Saturday, December 6.
Stocking stuffer ideas come and go, but the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center has the solution for the perfect stocking stuffer for your 1st-3rd grader. Wetlands Winter Camp gives kids the gift of learning during the 3-day winter break camp, held December 29-31.
City offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 27-28, in observance of Thanksgiving. All offices will re-open for business at their regular time on Monday, December 1.
All emergency services will operate as usual. Street and utility crews will be on stand-by in the event of an emergency.
Santa Claus is coming to town! Show your holiday spirit at the 2014 Baytown Christmas Parade, hosted by Baytown Parks and Recreation, Thursday, December 4, beginning at 6:30 p.m. This year’s theme, “A Christmas Wonderland,” evokes visions of sparkling snow and bright Christmas lights.
The City of Baytown Health Department in partnership with Keep Baytown Beautiful, will hold the 14th annual Baytown Recycles Day, Saturday, November 15, as part of their Litter Abatement Program. This environmentally friendly event is coordinated with hundreds of other Keep Texas Beautiful affiliates throughout the state. Residents will be able to drop off recyclable items in the south parking lot of Lowe’s between the hours of 9 AM and 2 PM. Staff will assist in removing items from vehicles.
The City of Baytown’s annual Nurture Nature Festival returns to the Baytown Nature Center (6213 Bayway Drive), Saturday, November 1 from 10 am to 4 pm. Come experience the reptiles, birds, fish and native plants that can be found in the Baytown area. This free, family-friendly event also showcases the superb nature center, the City’s largest park and natural area.
The City of Baytown’s Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center and Baytown Nature Center will host a free service learning club for high school teens with an interest in conservation.
Effective October 6, the service to obtain certified copies of Birth and Death Certificates provided by the Baytown Municipal Court will be moved to the City Clerk’s Office located in City Hall, 2401 Market Street. Business hours are 8 am to 5 pm.