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Posted on: March 16, 2020

Another positive day. COVID numbers are the lowest we have seen in quite a while.

Evening Update

We still have masks available at City Hall for citizens of La Marque that need them. Our city parks are still open and provide opportunities for everything from walking to reading, fishing to throwing a football, and bird watching to quiet reflection.

Another positive day. The 62 confirmed cases today on a weekday matches yesterday and are the lowest numbers we have seen in quite a while.

6:30  p.m. 8/6/2020 Evening Update from La Marque City Manager Tink Jackson.
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Posted on: July 23, 2020

VIDEO: La Marque Bayou Fest 2020 Canceled. Hear from Charley Pride and save the date for 2021!

LMBF 2020 Canceled. Click for video message from Charley Pride.

Come see Charley next year on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at Mac McGaffey Highland Bayou Park.

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/r8amTxfoVFY

La Marque Bayou Fest 2020 is canceled, but please save the date for next year. That’s right, folks. We were bringing Charley Pride to the Bayou Fest stage but COVID had other plans for all of us.&n...
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Posted on: July 22, 2020

Three City of La Marque Employees Honored as Galveston Daily News 40 Under 40 Recipients

40 Under 40 2020

Each year, the Galveston County Daily News recognizes 40 young professionals who are making an impact in our communities. For 2020, three City of La Marque employees were honored.

Heartfelt congratulations to all the honorees, but especially to Brennan Briggs, Chaise Cary and James Matthews.
We are proud of you! Thank you for helping La Marque SHINE! #iloveLa_Marque #weareLaMarque 
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Posted on: July 2, 2020

Statement on La Marque Police Department from City Manager Tink Jackson

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I will ensure their commitment to serve does not equate to a target on their backs. They will never have fewer rights than those who choose to break society's laws. I will defend all appropriate actions taken by them in the line of duty.

As the City Manager for the City of La Marque, I have far more duties than hours in the day. Most of those duties are enjoyable. The interactions I have daily with staff members, citizens, business owners, developers and folks in neighboring cities are un...

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Posted on: June 1, 2020

2020 HURRICANE & SEVERE WEATHER GUIDE: now is the time to prepare for a hurricane

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June 1 marks the beginning of Hurricane Season. Houston/Galveston National Weather Service prepared the HURRICANE & SEVERE WEATHER GUIDE to help Gulf Coast citizens with resources and tips to get us all ready for potential storms.

The NOAA hurricane forecast is for an above-average hurricane season with 13 to 19 named storms. No matter what the forecast, it is important to prepare every year. 

La Marque citizens and businesses are in Hurricane Evacuation Zone A. Now is the ...

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Posted on: March 11, 2020

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