City Secretary's Office

216 West Sealy Street
Alvin, Texas 77511
(281) 388-4255

Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday-7:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed: Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Ordinances

Ordinances Adopted in 2020.  Publication of Ordinances- Article 2 Section 12 of the City of Alvin Charter says:  the descriptive caption of every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine or forfeiture for any violation of its provisions shall be published in the official newspaper and every such ordinance shall not take effect until ten (10) days after the date of publication.

 

Ord 20-Z; Release of ETJ to Ft. Bend County

Ord 20-Y; Tax Levy

Ord 20-X; Adoption Fiscal Year 20-21 Budget 

Ord 20-W; Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Fees

Ord 20-V; Consent to the addition of 202.673 Acres into MUD 3

Ord 20-U; South Texas NGL Pipeline Permit

Ord 20-T; Baymark Pipeline Permit 

Ord 20-S; Issuance of Certificates of Obligation

Ord 20-R; Mid Year Budget Adjustment

Ord 20-Q; Chapter 24 Traffic; Speed Limit portion of FM1462

Ord 20-P; Chapter 24 Traffic; Speed Limit portion of SH6

Ord 20-O; Granting Consent to addition of 35.354 Acres to MUD73

Ord 20-N; Amendment to Chapter 34 Storage Facilities

Ord 20-L; Limited Purpose Annexation of 18.2173 Acres MUD24 Martha's Vineyard SH6

Ord 20-K; Article IV Standards of Care for Youth Recreation Programs - Chap 16 1/2 Parks

Ord 20-J; Extension of Stay at Home Order COVID-19

Ord 20-I; Extending Disaster Declaration - Stay at Home Order COVID-19

Ord 20-H; Declaration of Disaster & Preparedness of COVID-19

Ord 20-G; Amend Chapter 21 PUD

Ord 20-F; Consent to Annex 9.99 Acres into MUD 73

Ord 20-E; Reduction of City's ETJ MUD 44

Ord 20-D; No Parking Zone Adoue St.

Ord 20-C; Budget Amendment

Ord 20-B; Amend Chapter 24 /12; Recreational Vehicle

Ord 20-A; Annexation on CR. 161

Ordinances Adopted in 2019.  Publication of Ordinances- Article 2 Section 12 of the City of Alvin Charter says:  the descriptive caption of every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine or forfeiture for any violation of its provisions shall be published in the official newspaper and every such ordinance shall not take effect until ten (10) days after the date of publication.

 

Ord. 19-EE; Budget Amendment Prior Year Encumbrances

Ord. 19-DD; Budget Amendment

Ord. 19-CC; Amend Appendix A, Flood Damage Prevention

Ord. 19-BB; Amend Chapter 28 Rental Fee for Senior Center Audio/Visual Equipment

Ord. 19-AA; Amend Chapter 8 1/2 EMS Utility Fee Disabled Veteran Exemption

Ord. 19-Z; Annex 3.97 Acres North 35 and Moore Road

Ord. 19-Y; Amend Chapter 24 1/2, Manufactured Homes And Parks;  No Action Taken

Ord. 19-X; Tax Levy

Ord. 19-W; Adoption FY 19-20 Budget

Ord. 19-V; Amend Chapter 28 Revising Water Services Fee

Ord. 19-U; Amend Chapter 8 1/2 EMS and Chapter 28 Utility Fee

Ord. 19-T; Amend Chapter 28 Solid Waste Collection & Disposal Fees

Ord. 19-R; Additional Land to MUD 24

Ord. 19-Q; Mustang Crossing Exchange of Easements

Ord. 19-P; Annex 55.90 Acres to MUD 73

Ord. 19-O; Annex 18.65 Acres to MUD 73

Ord. 19-N; Re-enacting Curfew Ordinance

Ord. 19-M; Amend Chapter 10 Food and Food Establishments

Ord. 19-L; Certificates of Obligation

Ord. 19-K; 2019 Revenue Bonds

Ord. 19-J; Terminating Reinvestment Zone 3

Ord. 19-I; Amend Chapter 17 Plumbing

Ord. 19-H; Amend Chapter 9 Fire Prevention and Protection

Ord. 19-G; Amend Chapter 8 Electricity

Ord. 19-F(a); Amend Chapter 5 Buildings

Ord. 19-F; Budget Amendment

Ord. 19-E; Speed Limit Forest Heights Subdivision

Ord. 19-D; Mid-Year Budget Amendment

Ord. 19-C; Annexation of Forest Heights Sec. 7

Ord. 19-B; Creation of MUD 51

Ord. 19-A; Amend Chapter 35 Corridor Land Use

 

 

Ordinances Adopted in 2018.  Publication of Ordinances - Article 2 Section 12 of the City of Alvin Charter says:  the descriptive caption of every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine or forfeiture for any violation of its provisions shall be published in the official newspaper and every such ordinance shall not take effect until ten (10) days after the date of publication.
 Ordinance Number/Description  Adopted Date
Ord 18-V; End of Year Budget Amendment 12/6/18
Ord 18-U; Amend FY-19 Budget for Prior Year Encumbrances 12/6/18
Ord 18-S; Authorizing Consent to Creation of MUD 49 10/18/18
Ord 18-R; Authorizing Consent to Creation of MUD 48 10/18/18
Ord 18-Q; Walton Development Discontinuation/Annexation 10/18/18
Ord 18-P; Adopting 2018 Tax Rate 9/20/18
Ord 18-O; Adopting FY 18-19 Annual Budget 9/20/18
Ord 18-N; Water Wastewater Impact Fees 10/4/18
Ord 18-M; Amending Chapter 28; Comp Fee Ordinance 8/16/18
Ord 18-L; Chapter 24 Traffic Speed Limit FM2403 TxDOT 8/2/18
Ord 18-K; Water Sewer Revenue Bonds 7/19/18
Ord 18-J; Chapter 17.5 Temporary Display of Political Signs on Public Property 7/19/18
Ord 18-I; Harvey RV Residential Placement Extension 6/7/18
Ord 18-H; Chapter 5 Buildings Central Business District Defined 6/7/18
Ord 18-G; End of Year Budget Amendment 4/5/18
Ord 18-F; Amend Chapter 24.5 Manufactured Homes in MUD 2/15/18
Ord 18-E; Creation MUD 73 1/18/18
Ord 18-D; Harvey RV Residential Placement Extension 1/18/18
Ord 18-C; Amend Chapter 21; Eliminating Park Quadrants 2/15/18
Ord 18-B; Forest Heights Section 6 Annexation 1/4/18
Ord 18-A; Sunset Ranch Annexation 1/4/18

Resolutions

Ordinances Adopted in 2017.  Publication of Ordinances - Article 2 Section 12 of the City of Alvin Charter says:  the descriptive caption of every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine or forfeiture for any violation of its provisions shall be published in the official newspaper and every such ordinance shall not take effect until ten (10) days after the date of publication.

 Ordinance Number/Description  Adopted Date
Ord 17-X; Population Declaration over 25,000 12/7/17
Ord 17-W; FY17 End of Year Budget Amendments 12/7/17
Ord 17-V; FY18 Budget Amendment Encumbrances FY17 12/7/17
Ord 17-U; Refunding Bonds Series 2017 11/2/17
Ord 17-T; Disannexation Approx. 79.9353 Acres CR 133 AKA Moore Road 10/19/17
Ord 17-S; Adopting 2017 Tax Rate 9/21/17
Ord 17-R; Adopting FY17-18 Annual Budget 9/21/17
Ord 17-Q; Temporary Residential RV Dwelling from Hurricane Harvey Destruction 9/21/17
Ord 17-P1; Emergency Powers during Hurricane Harvey 8/24/17
Ord 17-P; ROW Management - Telecommunication Nodes 8/17/17
Ord 17-O; Texas New Mexico Power Franchise 8/3/17
Ord 17-N; Final Plat Signature Procedure 7/20/17
Ord 17-M; Amending Chapter 28; Sanitation/Garbage Fees 7/6/17
Ord 17-L; Amending Chapter 24.5; Manufactured Home Parks/RV Resort 7/6/17
Ord 17-K; Amending Chapter 24; U-turns 6/15/17
Ord 17-J; Amending Chapter 28; Water/Sewer Fees 6/15/17
Ord 17-I; Amending Chapter 16.5, Park User Fees 3/16/17
Ord 17-E; Amending Chapter 5 Bldgs., Dangerous;  Property Maintenance Code 2/16/17
Ord 17-D; Chapter 15 Article IX; Tree Ordinance 3/2/17
Ord 17-A; Amending Chapter 34, Public Storage Facilities 2/16/17

Resolutions Adopted in 2020 - Resolutions are used to adopt policies, procedures, contracts, and agreements.  They can also be used to state the City's official position on a certain issue or topic.  Resolutions do not encompass penalties or produce legislation.

 

Res 20-R-28; Appointments to HGAC General Assembly

Res 20-R-27; Acknowledging and accepting sidewalk easement 1610 Beauregard

Res 20-R-25; Adopting FY21 Investment Policy

Res 20-R-24; Amend County-Wide Election Day Polling Locations

Res 20-R-23; Continued Participation in Gulf Coast Coalition of Cities

Res 20-R-22; Calling Special Election November 3, 2020

Res 20-R-21; Advance Funding Agreement with TxDot for Bridge Replacement CR 172

Res 20-R-20; Advance Funding Agreement with TxDot for FM 528 Extension 

Res 20-R-19; COVID-19 Cares Act Application

Res 20-R-18; Notice of Intent to Issue Certificates of Obligation Bonds

Res 20-R-17; Appointment of Associate Judge Greg Hill

Res 20-R-16; Investment Policy

Res 20-R-15; Denial of TNMP Rate Application for Distribution Cost Recover Factor

Res 20-R-14; Confirming & Ratifying 3rd Amendment to Utility Services Contract - MUD73

Res 20-R-13; Postponing May 2, 2020 Special Election to November 3, 3030 because of COVID-19

Res 20-R-12; Suspending May 4, 2020 effective date of CenterPoint proposed GRIP rate adjustment.

Res 20-R-11; Calling a Public Hearing Limited Annexation Martha's Vineyard

Res 20-R-09; CDBG Required Policies

Res 20-R-08; CDBG Signatories

Res 20-R-07; Cancellation of General Election

Res 20-R-06; Amendment No. 2 to Utility Services Agreement MUD 73

Res 20-R-05; Adopting Economic Development Policy

Res 20-R-04; May 2 Special Election Procedures

Res 20-R-03; May 2 Election Procedures

Res 20-R-02; Multi-Year Agreement; Home for the Holidays Parade

Res 20-R-01; Multi-Year Agreement; Frontier Day Parade

Resolutions Adopted in 2019 - Resolutions are used to adopt policies, procedures, contracts, and agreements.  They can also be used to state the City's official position on a certain issue or topic.  Resolutions do not encompass penalties or produce legislation.

 

Res 19-R-44; Donation to Police Department

Res 19-R-43; Kendall Lakes TIRZ Board Re-Appointment

Res 19-R-42; Adoption of the 2019 Senior Center Rules and Regulation

Res 19-R-41; Brazoria County Appraisal District Board Vote Cast

Res 19-R-40; Accepting Petition to Annex 5.068 Acres Along County Road 161

Res 19-R-39; Nominating BCAD Representative 

Res 19-R-38; Appointment of HGAC Representatives

Res 19-R-37; Revised Business Incentive Grant Guidelines

Res 19-R-36; TML IRS Negotiation

Res 19-R-35; Accepting Petition to Annex Lenamon Grove 35 North & Moore Road

Res 19-R-34; Development Proposal Guidelines

Res 19-R-33; Updated Drought Contingency Plan

Res 19-R-32; Kendall Lakes Sec. 7 Utility Conveyance

Res 19-R-31; CenterPoint Electric Rate Denial

Res 19-R-29; Amendment 1 Martha's Vineyard Development

Res 19-R-28; Strategic Partnership Agreement MUD 24

Res 19-R-27; In God We Trust Motto

Res 19-R-26; Amendment 1 to Utility Service Agreement MUD 73

Res 19-R-25; GCCC Assessment

Res 19-R-24; General Election Results

Res 19-R-23; Commending Scott Reed

Res 19-R-22; Adopt SPA MUD 49

Res 19-R-21; Adopt SPA MUD 48

Res 19-R-20; CenterPoint Gas Suspension

Res 19-R-19; CenterPoint Electric Suspension

Res 19-R-18; National Motto "In God We Trust"

Res 19-R-17; Update Texas Class Signers

Res 19-R-16; Update TexSTAR Signers

Res 19-R-15; Update TexPool Signers

Res 19-R-14; Update Banking Signatures

Res 19-R-13; Notice of Intention to Issue Certificates of Obligation

Res 19-R-12; Adopt Financial Management Policy

Res 19-R-11; Consent Creation of Fort Bend MUD 3

Res 19-R-10; CenterPoint Easement

Res 19-R-09; Parks Support of 86th Legislature

Res 19-R-08; Release of Utility Easement

Res 19-R-07; Museum Agreement

Res 19-R-06; Water Bill Extension for Federal and Contract Employees

Res 19-R-05; Calling May 4th General Election

Res 19-R-04; CDBG Citizens Participation

Res 19-R-03; Support of Grand Parkway Seg. B Expedition

Res 19-R-02; Texas Legislative Priorities

Res 19-R-01; Creation of HOT Fund Panel

Resolutions Adopted in 2018 - Resolutions are used to adopt policies, procedures, contracts, and agreements.  They can also be used to state the City's official position on a certain issue or topic.  Resolutions do not encompass penalties or produce legislation.

Resolution Number/Description  Adopted Date
Res 18-R-46; Procurement Policies & Procedures Plan for GLO CDBG-DR Program 12/6/18
Res 18-R-45; Authorizing CDBG-DR Grant Applications 12/6/18
Res 18-R-44; Kendall Lakes TIRZ Board and Authority Board 12/6/18
Res 18-R-43; Authorizing Sale of Municipal Landfill Property (shooting range) 12/6/18
Res 18-R-42; Authorizing Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Application 11/15/18
Res 18-R-41; Matching Funding for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grants DR-4332 11/15/18
Res 18-R-40; Accepting Petition for Annexation 23.004 Acres Forest Heights 7 11/15/18
Res 18-R-39; Setting 2 Public Hearings for SPA for Martha's Vineyard 11/15/18
Res 18-R-38; Amendment to Utility Services Agreement for Martha's Vineyard 11/15/18
Res 18-R-37; Setting Public Hearing for the Termination of Contiguous Geographic Area within Reinvestment Zone 3 10/18/18
Res 18-R-36; Developers Agreement Walton Texas LP for Master Planned Dev 10/18/18
Res 18-R-35; Amending Conditions to Consent Fort Bend MUD 189 10/4/18
Res 18-R-34; Adopting Athletic Policy 9/20/18
Res 18-R-33; Setting 2 Public Hearings for SPA Walton Development 9/6/18
Res 18-R-32; Selection of Service Provider for CDBG-DR Grant Works 9/6/18
Res 18-R-31; Grant Works TDEM Hazard Mitigation Assistance 9/6/18
Res 18-R-30; TNMP Rate Case 9/21/18
Res 18-R-29; HGAC Appointment 9/21/18
Res 18-R-28; Investment Policy 9/21/18
Res 18-R-27; WellsFargo Bank Signators 8/16/18
Res 18-R-26; TexSTAR Signators 8/16/18
Res 18-R-25; TexPool Signators 8/16/18
Res 18-R-24; Walton Development Acceptance of Petition for Annexation 8/21/18
Res 18-R-23; Impact Fee Public Hearing  8/21/18
Res 18-R-22; TNMP Rate Case 6/21/18
Res 18-R-21; Sidewalk Easement 6/7/18
Res 18-R-20; Supporting FM 528 Extension Business 35 to SH6 6/7/18
Res 18-R-19; Canvassing May 5, 2018 Election 5/17/18
Res 18-R-18; Center Point Energy Electric Rate Increase Case Denial 5/3/18
Res 18-R-17; Gulf Coast Coalition Utility Gas Rates 5/3/18
Res 18-R-16; Healthcare Committee Employee Incentive 4/19/18
Res 18-R-15; Suspending Effective Date CenterPoint Energy Gas Rates 4/19/18
Res 18-R-14; Election Runoff Canvass At Large Position 2 4/5/18
Res 18-R-13; Conveyance of Marina Park 4/5/18
Res 18-R-12; Acceptance of Sidewalk Easement 4/5/18
Res 18-R-11; Reappointment of Medical Director Safi Madine 3/15/18
Res 18-R-10; Reappointment of Municipal Court Judge Mike Merkel 3/15/18
Res 18-R-09; Conveying Fairway Property to Brazoria County C&R Dist. 3 3/1/18
Res 18-R-08; Canvass Feb 3, 2018 Special Election At Large Position 2 Vacancy 2/15/18
Res 18-R-07; Accept Donations from DLE and Sunrise Rotary for PD Canine 2/15/18
Res 18-R-06; Calling March 24, 2018 Special Runoff Election 2/15/18
Res 18-R-05; Planning Commission as 2018 Impact Fee Advisory Committee 2/15/18
Res 18-R-04; Amend Developers Agreement St. James Sr. Residential Development 2/1/18
Res 18-R-03; Calling May 5, 2018 General Election 2/1/18
Res 18-R-02; Harvey Permit Fee Waiver Extension 1/18/18
Res 18-R-01; Fire EMS Station Intent to Finance Project 1/4/18

Resolutions Adopted in 2017 - Resolutions are used to adopt policies, procedures, contracts, and agreements.  They can also be used to state the City's official position on a certain issue or topic.  Resolutions do not encompass penalties or produce legislation.

Resolution Number/Description  Adopted Date
Res 17-R-33; Methodist Church 800 W. Sidnor Historical Building Designation 12/7/07
Res 17-R-32; Votes for Brazoria County Appraisal District Board 12/7/17
Res 17-R-31; TIRZ Board Appointments 12/7/17
Res 17-R-30; Calling Feb 3, 2018 Special Election for At Large Position 2 Vacancy 11/2/17
Res 17-R-29; Personnel Policy Update 12/7/17
Res 17-R-28; H-GAC Representative and Alternate Representative 10/19/17
Res 17-R-27; Temp Waiver of Building Permit Fees due to Hurricane Harvey 9/21/17
Res 17-R-26; Forest Heights Section 6 Annexation Petition Acceptance 9/21/17
Res 17-R-25; Sunset Ranch CR145 Annexation Petition Acceptance 9/21/17
Res 17-R-24; Kendall Lakes Section 4 Utility Acceptance 9/21/17
Res 17-R-23; Mustang Crossing MUD 73 Utility Services Contract 9/21/17
Res 17-R-22; Personnel Policy Update; Harvey Compensation for Hours Worked 9/21/17
Res 17-R-21; Investment Policy 9/21/17
Res 17-R-20; Moore Road Deannexation 8/3/17
Res 17-R-19; CVB HOT Tax Committee Re-organization 7/20/17
Res 17-R-18; Gulf Coast Coalition of Cities Participation 7/20/17
Res 17-R-17; CVB HOT Tax Committee Organization 6/1/17
Res 17-R-16; Development Agreement Don Barrus; Senior Housing 6/1/17
Res 17-R-15; Parks Master Plan Adoption 6/15/17
Res 17-R-14; Canvassing May 6, 2017 Election; Charter Amendments 5/18/17
Res 17-R-13; Canvassing May 6, 2017 General Election 5/18/17
Res 17-R-11; DCRF Electricity Case 5/4/17
Res 17-R-10; TxDOT Amendment Bridge Replacement CR 51 @ Bayou 5/18/17
Res 17-R-9; CenterPoint Gas Rate Case Increase Denial 4/6/17
Res 17-R-7; Calling May 6, 2017 Charter Election 2/16/17
Res 17-R-6; Calling May 6, 2017 General Election 2/16/17
Res 17-R-5; Support of Mem. Hwy Dedication Lt. Corp. Tisdale portion of FM1462 2/2/17
Res 17-R-4; Sunrise Rotary Donation to Police Department 1/19/17
Res 17-R-3; Museum Building Use Agreement (Old Post Office Building) 1/19/17
Res 17-R-2; Appointment of Alternate Judge Mohammad Ghuneim 1/19/17
Res 17-R-1; Appointment of Alternate Judge Greg Hill 1/19/17

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