A TRAFFIC SHIFT to the west is now in place on SH 146 south of NASA Parkway which eliminated the center turn lane south of 4th St. in Seabrook. The southbound left turn lane to 4th Street and the northbound left turn lane to NASA Parkway will be maintained.
Rustic Furniture, previously located at 2010 Bayport Blvd., is undergoing demolition this week and should be cleared within the next 10 days. Redevelopment plans are being discussed between the City and Miramar Shopping Center!
Weather permitting, there will be several lane closures on SH 146 over the next week, including a traffic shift and the removal of the center turn lane between NASA Parkway and the Seabrook-Kemah Bridge. Please review the following information in its entirety.
The building where AutoZone previously stood, at 2650 Bayport Blvd., is being demolished this week. AutoZone relocated to the Seabrook Town Center (2230 Repsdorph) last August and have reported to be doing great!
The City of Kemah will be offering free event parking with shuttle service to and from the Kemah Crawfish Festival on Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21.
Motorists can expect traffic congestion around Waterfront on Friday, April 19. Seabrook Police will have an additional seven officers on duty to assist with traffic control.
Motorists can expect increased traffic in and around the Seabrook Waterfront District in addition to traffic congestion around the Kemah Boardwalk on Good Friday and throughout the Easter weekend. Due to the anticipated traffic volume, the Seabrook and Kemah Police Departments will increase patrol. Seabrook will have an additional seven officers on duty on Friday, April 19, 2019; primarily assisting with traffic control in and around the Seabrook Waterfront District.
Demolition has started for the Waffle House, previously located at 2102 Seabrook Circle. Per TXDOT, demolition should be completed within two weeks.
We are happy to announce that the new McDonald’s located at 2800 Bayport Blvd. is almost complete. Due to the State Highway 146 expansion, McDonald’s chose to relocate within Seabrook and they picked the perfect location.
The north (inbound) channel, directly under the Clear Creek Channel Bridge (Seabrook/Kemah Bridge), will be completely closed beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 15, 2019. This closure will be in place continuously for approximately one month.