WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF HOLIDAY LAKES
We are nestled in a rural area of Brazoria County; we offer a peaceful community where you and your family can enjoy country living with easy access to Angleton, Pearland, Alvin, Houston and Lake Jackson.
City Services Include
Water, Garbage, Mail Boxes
City Council, Municipal Court
and Local Police Department
A Map Of Our Town
Holiday Lakes City Council
City Council Meetings: All visitors are welcome to attend our monthly City Council Meetings. Meetings are held on the third (3rd) Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm, in the Council Room at City Hall. The City Hall is Located at 195 North Texas Avenue, Holiday Lakes, Texas. (It is the blue building, across from the Fire Department).
Our council members work for all property owners and residents of our town. Your opinions are appreciated.
If you wish to have an item discussed or voted on by City Council pleas fill out a request complaint form and submit it to the City Secretary no later than Monday two (2) weeks before the monthly meeting (the first monday of the month) in order to be placed as an item on the Agenda, an item must be placed on the agenda before City Council can vote on the item.
***Request/Complaint Form Located on: Minutes Page***
Mayor and City Council Members are on the Governing Body Page
All agendas are placed on front door of City Hall, the bulletin board by the mailboxes on the South end of the City Hall building, and our website at least 72 hours prior to meeting date.
Holiday Lakes Municipal Court
Holiday Lakes Municipal Court Judge: The Honorable Sharon Fox
Municipal Court is held every second Tuesday of the month at 5:00PM. Everyone is welcome to come observe our court in session. If you need an interpreter please inform the court at least 72 hours prior to your court date to allow time to process your request.
Holiday Lakes Police Department
Police Chief: Harold E. Douglas
The Holiday Lakes Police Department is dispatched through the Brazoria County Sheriff's Department. You can contact them at 979-864-2392, or 911 if it is an emergency. If an officer is on duty in town they will be sent however; if a city officer is not avaible a County Sheriff's Officer will be sent.
Police Department Official Complaint Form (Legal Complaint)
Security Check Request Form
If you will be out of town you can request that an officer checks on your home or business during your absence.