The City of Aransas Pass has removed nearly 600,000 cubic yards of debris from inside the city limits. The official end date to put debris on the city right of way was November 1st however; we have been very lenient about this, but it is no longer financially feasible to keep the contractors here. The debris company will complete its final pass this week. No more debris should be put on the right of way.
The transfer station is open for normal business and Absolute Waste will have their normal bulk pick up in all sections starting Monday January 15th. If you have questions about the transfer station or bulk pickup, please call City Hall at 361-758- 5301.
We would like to thank all the citizens and volunteers for the tremendous effort put forth to clean up our great city.
Come join us in putting the final touches to the Little League fields so our children can enjoy their season this year. We will be spreading new dirt, placing the new batting cage, spreading mulch on the playground and painting around the park and fields.
Coastal Bend public safety officials are represented at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida for "Hurricane Preparedness for Decision Makers.”
Our ...very own Captain Lynn Pearce accompanied Melissa Munguia from Nueces County and David Gonzales from Victoria County.
Captain Pearce reports they are seated “on the front row learning.” Way to represent APPD and the City of AP, Captain!
What an honor this evening that our very own Captain Lynn Pearce was awarded City of Aransas Pass employee of the year.
Capt. Pearce’s contributions as trainin...g coordinator and administrative Captain directly improve upon the quality of service the PD provides. Additionally, his efforts in preparing for and management during Hurricane Harvey have been regarded as a huge success all across the state.
Thank you Captain Pearce for your leadership and compassion for service.
We are blessed to have you.
Sorry folks, all City phone lines remain down. We are waiting on Frontier to fix the issue.
Phone lines are down again, please use the 361 332-4711 until further notice, if you have an emergency, please call 911. We will update you when the phone lines are back up.
City Hall and all non-essential city services (Library, Court, Public Works, etc.) are NOW CLOSED, due to current weather conditions. We plan to reopen tomorrow IF weather permits. There will be NO City Council meeting this evening, it too has been CANCELED.
If you do not need to travel, stay indoors and keep warm. Should you encounter an emergency, call our police/fire/EMS at 911 or 361-758-5224 or their backup line 361-332-4711.
Do you still need help with Hurricane damage to your home or yard?
All Hands and Hearts is a volunteer-driven organization that has been in Aransas Pass since September providing free assistance to our community. If you are still in need of help with the following, you can call (361) 717-1273.
- Mold inside your home...
- Debris removal
- Assistance with recovering personal belongings
The City of Aransas Pass is starting work on our Comprehensive Plan, and we need residents' input on downtown! Please click below to take a quick survey and let us know what you think.
Message from the Chief - A Hero's Journey...
Greetings, fellow citizens of AP.
As another opportunity to keep our citizens informed, we are going to be emailing out a newsletter once a month. The Newsletters will be attached to the email in PDF format, which most computers and mobile devices can open.
If you have a friend that wants to be on this monthly newsletter mailing list, they can send an email to email@example.com. They will be sent instructions on how to add their email address to the list....
If you would prefer not to receive this information you may send an email to:
After sending the email you will receive instructions on how to proceed with removing yourself from the newsletter email list.
If for some reason you are unable to read the attached PDF, you can view the January newsletter by clicking here (http://aransaspasstx.gov/DocumentCenter/Home/View/657)
Have a great day.
Gary Edwards, City Manager
City of Aransas Pass