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Neighborhood Services
Neighborhood Services

Our Purpose

The City of League City recently adopted a roadmap to the future, which specifically puts emphasis on Code Compliance and City Beautification as a top priority of the Midterm goals. The Department of Neighborhood Services was created shortly thereafter in early 2015. The purpose of Neighborhood Services is to work with the community to better the City by enforcing our code of ordinances, maintaining effective floodplain and stormwater practices, and promoting rehabilitation of low and moderate income people and areas through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. 

Mission Statement

To promote and maintain a safe, desirable, and sustainable living and working environment by ensuring compliance with city ordinances and land use regulations.

What We Do
  1. Code Compliance – Responsible for enforcing City codes and ordinances throughout the City with the goal of maintaining a safe and beautiful City for our residents, businesses, and visitors. 
  2. Floodplain Management – The City of League City is dedicated to providing residents with a safe environment to live, work, and play. When it comes to the effects of flooding, no one can know too much information. Education and prevention are valuable and proven tools that help communities become resistant to natural disasters.  
  3. NPDES – Section 402 of the Clean Water Act establishes the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System. Water pollution degrades surface waters making them unsafe for drinking, fishing, swimming, and other activities. As authorized by the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States. 
  4. CDBG – The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As an eligible community, as defined by HUD, the City of League City receives funds annually to carry out CDBG eligible activities. The city directs these funds for various service projects designed to meet the needs of low to moderate income persons.