Bay Area continues to see rises in populations throughout cities

Space Center Houston is one of the main tourist attractions for the Bay Area. (Courtesy Space Center Houston)
Space Center Houston is one of the main tourist attractions for the Bay Area. (Courtesy Space Center Houston)

Space Center Houston is one of the main tourist attractions for the Bay Area. (Courtesy Space Center Houston)

The Bay Area not only contains large stretches of land, but many of its cities also have a vast area of sea square miles in its boundaries. The area is also right near a large body of water, the Gulf of Mexico. Below are city facts, population changes, demographics, tax rates, local officials and helpful resources for the cities of League City, Seabrook, Nassau Bay and the school district of Clear Creek ISD.

Population changes

The featured cities in the Bay Area all saw an increase in their population over the past 10 years, indicating growth in the last decade.



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Local demographics


The Bay Area cities continue to see a majority white population, with Hispanic or Latino being the next biggest demographic group.



Top tax rates

School districts, including Alvin ISD and Clear Creek ISD had the highest property tax rates.



Elected officials

Galveston County Commissioners Court

Judge: Mark Henry

Precinct 1: Darrell Apffel

Precinct 2: Joe Giusti

Precinct 3: Stephen D. Holmes

Precinct 4: Ken Clark

League City City Council

Mayor: Pat Hallisey

Position 1: Andy Mann

Position 2: Hank Dugie

Position 3: Larry Millican

Position 4: John Bowen

Position 5: Justin Hicks

Position 6: Chad Tressler

Mayor pro tem: Nick Long

Seabrook City Council

Mayor: Thom Kolupski

Position 1: Ed Klein

Position 2: Rob Hefner

Position 3: Jeff Larson

Position 4: Michael Giangrosso

Position 5: Buddy Hammann

Position 6: Joe Machol

Nassau Bay City Council

Mayor: Bob Warters

Position 1: Don Matter

Position 2: Phil Johnson

Position 3: Ashley Graves

Position 4: Bryce Klug

Position 5: Sandra Mossman

Position 6: Matt Prior

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees

Superintendent: Eric Williams

At large position A: Jonathan Cottrell

At large position B: Scott Bowen

District 1: Laura DuPont

District 2: Michelle Davis

District 3: Arturo Sanchez

District 4: Jeff Larson

District 5: Jay Cunningham

Helpful resources

Clear Creek ISD

Clear Creek ISD tax office: 281-284-0218

Clear Creek ISD superintendent office: 281-284-0002

Clear Creek ISD booster club: 281-284-0184

Clear Creek ISD mentor program: 281-284-0083

League City

League City Fire Department: 281-554-1465

League City Police Department: 281-332-2566

League City Animal Control: 281-554-1377

League City City Hall: 281-554-1000

Seabrook

Seabrook Fire Department: 281-474-3434

Seabrook Police Department: 281-291-5610

Seabrook Animal Control: 281-291-5644

Seabrook City Hall: 281-291-5600

Nassau Bay

Nassau Bay Fire Department: 281-333-2677

Nassau Bay Police Department: 281-333-2212

Nassau Bay Animal Control: [email protected]

Nassau Bay City Hall: 281-333-4211
By Sierra Rozen

Metro Reporter, South Houston

Sierra joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in September of 2021 after graduating with a degree in communication and a minor in journalism from St. Edward's University in Austin, TX. Sierra covers all things in the South Houston area but in particular covers Friendswood ISD, Friendswood City Council and Harris County METRO. Prior to CI, Sierra served as the viewpoints and life and arts editor for Hilltop Views, as well as interning for Austin Woman Magazine.