Spring break will be here soon and the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center, 1724 Market Street in Baytown has the perfect solution for any possible boredom during the week. For students in grades four through six, “Spring Into Nature” camp offers a week full of discoveries, field trips, fun and learning. The camp is held March 16-20, from 8 am – 4 pm.
The City of Baytown Office of Emergency Management (OEM) will host a free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training class at the Baytown Emergency Operations Center (205 E Wye Dr.) beginning February 17. This nine-week course will take place each Tuesday from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
City offices, including City Hall, Municipal Court, Parks & Recreation, Public Works, and the Health Department will be closed on Monday, January 19, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Sterling Municipal Library will be closed both Sunday and Monday.
A new year is just around the corner. It's the time of year when we all love to celebrate with friends and family. Whether you’re hosting (or attending) a party for a bowl game or to ring in the new year, the Baytown Police Department has some tips to help ensure that you, your guests and the community have a safer holiday.
DURING YOUR PARTY
City of Baytown offices will close for the New Year's holiday at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, December 31.All offices will reopen at their regularly scheduled time Friday, January 2. This closure includes Sterling Municipal Library and the Baytown Municipal Court.
This Saturday, January 3, two popular programs at the Baytown Nature Center, 6213 Bayway Drive, once again fall on the same day. The Nurture Nature Series begins the day at 10 am with “Winterizing for Wildlife.” Discover how animals survive cold winters, while making a toad house and bird feeder to assist their plight.
Baytown City Manager Bob Leiper announced his intention to retire to City Council Thursday night during their Executive Session. Leiper, who has served as Baytown’s City Manager since 2011, and then advised staff that he will retire in early 2015, after agreeing with the City Council to assist with the transition.
She’s been posting pictures all over social media, and on Tuesday, December 16, Jingle, that energetic little elf, will be at the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center, 1724 Market Street to meet the children of Baytown.