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** UTILITY BILLING INFORMATION **
If you experienced any plumbing issues due to the recent winter storm that resulted in leaks and higher than anticipated water bills, and you need short-term payment relief, please contact the Utility Billing Office to make payment arrangements not exceeding 6 months. 281-388-4264 or U_Utilitybilling@cityofalvin.com
This will only apply to the billing period that includes February 14th when all the adverse weather conditions began. Penalties will be waived for invoices through March 23, 2021.
**COLLECTION OF WINTER STORM DEBRIS**
If you have debris from a busted pipe or wet drywall in your home, residents are asked to bag it and place it next to the collection cart. Each bag should not weigh more than 40 pounds. For larger piles please place out on your SCHEDULED bulk pick up day.
Please follow the diagram below for proper placement of your debris.
Hazardous waste or refrigerators (unless the Freon has been removed and tagged) will not be collected.
If you have experienced frozen pipe water damage to your home, please fill out this survey to explain your damages. The State of Texas is compiling this information to forward to FEMA to qualify for Individual Assistance funding. The State of Texas has a minimum requirement of damaged homes to be eligible for individual federal assistance. It is important to fill out this survey to receive federal funding for home damages from this winter weather event.
Affected by the Winter Storm? You can apply for Disaster Assistance!
Winter Weather Information
2/18/21 @ 4:00 p.m.
Water - Residents should have water and pressure should be back close to normal. If you have no water at this time, please report to 281 388 4370 to have City crews come out and check the water lines in the area.
The City is NOT shutting off the water. Currently, the system is taxed as a result of several water leaks throughout the City. This is causing water pressure levels to be reduced. Those who have full water pressure are asked to conserve water as much as possible until further notice.
There is NOT A WATER BOIL notice in place at this time. If that scenario changes, it will be communicated through the City's social media accounts, emergency alert system, and website www.alvin-tx.gov.
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Trash Service – Trash collection services will resume on Thursday, February 18, 2021. Monday and Tuesday collections will be serviced on Thursday, February 18th. Thursday collections will be serviced on Friday, February 19th. Friday collections will remain on schedule for Friday, February 19th. There will be no recycling or heavy trash pickup this week.
If you have debris from a busted pipe or wet drywall in your home, you are asked to bag it and place it next to your cart. Each bag should not weigh more than 40 pounds. For larger piles please place out on your bulk pick up day.
A few garbage routes were unable to be collected on Thursday, February 18th because the routes were very heavy. These routes will be collected first thing on Friday morning February 19th.
Click here to view information on the City of Alvin's Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
Click here to view information on Hurricane Preparedness.
Alvin City Hall
216 West Sealy
Alvin, Texas 77511
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Closed: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
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