League City will continue its months-long conversation about the prospect of building additional battery storage facilities within its city at a workshop set for June 11.

At its regular meeting afterward, City Council will also discuss various capital improvement projects.

What you need to know

On June 11, League City officials and City Council will host a presentation and discussion work session regarding battery energy storage system sites, according to agenda documents.

Community members will have an opportunity to share their input before the meeting begins at 5 p.m.

The backstory

Community Impact previously reported that on April 23, League City City Council voted to postpone making the decision to rezone a parcel of land near the east side of Caroline Street and south of FM 646 to build a lithium-ion battery storage facility.

At the meeting, city officials agreed to establish guidelines for building lithium-ion battery storage facilities and to conduct a risk assessment for worst-case scenarios.

That decision followed the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission recommending against a second battery facility due to too many unknowns.

What else?

Following the work session, City Council will consider other motions, including authorizing the relocation of CenterPoint Energy Solutions facilities to League City, awarding funding for Dallas Salmon Wastewater Treatment Plant improvements and building a sound wall near Clear Creek Village along I-45, according to agenda documents.

Stay tuned

League City City Council will meet starting at 5 p.m., June 11 at 300 W. Walker St., League City, according to district documents.