BRAZOS RIVER GAGE:      http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=hgx&gage=rost2&refresh=true

Because of Tropical Storm Bill, the Brazos is on the rise once again.  However; at this time it is not expected to rise to a level to be a threat to us.  Keep an eye out for changes.

Have you Suffered Losses do to Flooding?

Flood Damage Information and Resources

American Red Cross 1-800-971-6677

10am-3pm, M-F

For Immediate Release


Date:               June 12, 2015


Subject:           Well Water Testing


Brazoria County – A Proclamation for well water testing was signed late on Thursday, June 11th by County Judge Matt Sebesta. The Proclamation states that residents that have been affected by the flooding of the Brazos River, Oyster Creek and other tributaries in Brazoria County have water wells that may have been inundated with flood waters causing possible contamination. 


Residents that have been affected by floodwaters due to the recent flooding may obtain testing materials from the Brazoria County Water Lab to have their water well tested. The Brazoria County Water Lab will waive the testing fee and residents will not be charged for the testing of their well for contaminates.


Residents must provide their address, which must fall within the determined locations affected by the flooded areas within Brazoria County. Please contact the Brazoria County Water Lab at 979-864-1628 for instructions on proper collection of water samples and to obtain appropriate supplies. The Brazoria County Water Lab is located at 409 East Orange, Angleton, Texas 77515. Water from wells must be collected using a sample container provided by the Brazoria County Water Lab. Instructions will be provided from the lab on collecting water samples.


Residents can report property damage caused by flood waters to the 2015 Spring Flood Hotline. United Way of Brazoria County and The American Red Cross have worked jointly to put this hotline in place. According to Brazoria County United Way, this hotline has been set up for citizens to report damage to residential and commercial structures.  The number to call is (800) 971-6677 and will be available Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. until further notice. Property owners will need to provide information on current damage, along with their name, address and contact information.


Sharon Trower Public Information Officer

For  Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta  


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.

Holiday Lakes Municipal Complex aka City Hall Building

City Services Include


Water, Garbage, Secure Mail Boxes

City Council, Municipal Court

and Local Police Department

A Map Of Our Town

Holiday Lakes City Council

City Council Chambers


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 please 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.