Stay informed with City of Katy updates on COVID-19.
The 2020 Solid Waste & Recycling Proposal Presentation was presented to City Council on Monday, July 6th.
This Fourth of July share your red, white, and blue spirit but not the coronavirus. Coronavirus is spreading faster in Texas and it can easily spread in family or community gatherings. For that reason, our annual fireworks display will be drive-in style and we are asking participants to follow these
The Highway 90 overlay project (street resurfacing only) is a Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) project that spans 9 miles from Brookshire into Katy.
Please be advised that TXDOT has started work on Highway 90. This is not a City of Katy project, but a TXDOT project. They are overlaying the road with new asphalt, which is scheduled to be complete in the next 4 weeks.
Due to concern for the health, safety and well-being of the community amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Katy has made the hard decision to cancel our June and July summer events, including Katy Summer Nights and Freedom Celebration.
Starting Tuesday, June 9th, northbound traffic on Pin Oak Road will be reduced to a single lane for approximately four days, weather permitting, to allow for pavement construction at the intersection of Pin Oak Rd. and Pin Oak Court.
Beginning Monday, June 1 , 2020, Katy City Hall, the Police Station and Municipal Court will re-open their doors to the public. This coincides with Governor Abbott’s plans to re-open Texas, while ensuring the safety of our customers, residents and employees.
Coinciding with Governor Abbott’s Phase Two Announcement of Re-Opening Texas, the City of Katy will open reservations for the baseball, softball and multipurpose fields, as well as the tennis courts, starting June 1st at 9:00 AM. No other parks facilities will be available for rent at this time.
The City of Katy will be closed Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. Heavy Trash will still run as scheduled for residents with Wednesday garbage service.
The City of Katy Off-Leash Dog Park is scheduled to re-open Friday, May 22, 2020 at 8:00AM. However, there will be no access to restrooms, dog washing station or benches (hard surfaces that cannot be sanitized regularly).
Mayor Bill Hastings proclaimed the week of May 17 – 23, 2020 as National Public Works Week in Katy and asks all citizens to join us in thanking our Public Works Department for their substantial contributions i
Mayor Bill Hastings proclaimed May 17-23, 2020 as National EMS Week in Katy and ask that the community joins us in saluting EMS practitioners for being ready every day and for preparing for tomorrow and the many tomorrows to follow.
Today the City of Katy Flag flies at half-staff; the doors of City Hall are adorned with black wreaths; and as the family and friends of Former Mayor Ward A. Stanberry gather to mourn his death and celebrate his life – Mayor Bill Hastings has proclaimed today, May 15, 2020 as “Ward A. Stanberry Day”
When it rains, street drains help to keep City neighborhoods from flooding. Our drainage crews work hard to maintain all the City’s drainage infrastructure, including drainage ditches and storm drains on streets. But the City needs your help too!
By proclamation, Mayor Hastings dedicates May 10-16, 2020 as National Police Week in Katy and ask that we all salute the service of law enforcement officers in our community and in communities across the nation.
The Katy Dog Park will remain closed through May 18th, Phase One of re-opening Texas, and is subject to extension based on the status of COVID-19 in Texas.
In an effort to control the mosquito population, the City of Katy will begin spraying for mosquitoes on Monday, April 20th at dusk.