Vegetative Debris Mitigation Objectives Complete in Aransas County

On February 14, 2018, the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and the Texas A&M Forest Service (TFS) officially completed their vegetative debris mitigation mission in Aransas County. As a result of completing these objectives, TEEX and TFS personnel and equipment will demobilize from Aransas County back to home units on Thursday, February 15, 2018. Read More …

Home Repair Information Available in Harris, Jefferson and Nueces Counties Feb. 12-17

As Texans repair or rebuild their homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey and subsequent flooding, FEMA and home improvement stores in Harris, Jefferson and Nueces counties are teaming up to provide free information, tips and literature on making homes stronger and safer. FEMA mitigation specialists will be on hand to answer questions and offer tips and Read More …

Downtown Rockport Clean Up Day!

Keep Aransas County Beautiful! There will be a Downtown Clean Up to help get the rubble off the streets and into dumpsters where it belongs, Sunday, February 18 at 12 p.m. Meet at the Apple Dumpling Deli. Follow the link to the Facebook event for more information:

The deadline for storm related debris pick up has been extended by 30 days until March 14, 2018.

The deadline for residents to place storm related debris at the curb to be picked up by the county has been extended by 30 days until March 14. Debris removal crews will continue to collect debris until this date, at which point a final collection will be initiated across the County. February 12 remains the Read More …

Governor Abbott Presents Aransas County with Check for Debris Removal

Port Aransas, TX – Today, Texas Governor Greg Abbot presented several Coastal Bend cities and counties, including Aransas County, with checks to assist in paying for the county’s cost of 10% of debris removal after Hurricane Harvey. Precinct 2 Commissioner Leslie “Bubba” Casterline accepted on behalf of Aransas County.