Esmeralda Moya, Mayor

COVID-19 UPDATE

My Dear Citizens,
Your safety and well-being are my top priorities. We are continue monitoring this evolving situation and working with our Regional, State, and Health Partners, including The Harris County Office of Homeland Security, Harris County Public Health, Emergency Management (HCOHSEM) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

To alleviate and serve our community better, I have decided on taking the following initial steps:

1. There will be NO water cutoffs for the months of March and April. In addition, I have directed the water department to extend the due dates without penalties until the 23rd of the month.  

2. Out of abundance of caution, all activities and events at The Alvin D. Baggett Community Center have been canceled and/or postponed until further notice.  

3. Harris County Judge, Lina Hidalgo, announced all restaurants in Harris County will suspend dine-in and will only provide take-out, delivery or drive-through for the next 15 days to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

My fellow citizens, let’s continue to work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Let’s remain vigilant and continue to practice healthy hygiene habits such as washing our hands, covering coughs and sneezes, avoiding touching our nose, eyes, and mouth. For more information please visit readyharris.org, houstonoem.org, cdc.gov, or dial 1-877-570-9779.

Esmeralda Moya, Mayor.


  1. IMG_0885 (1)Galena Park Family Clinic

    Decades to come the citizens of this glorious city will have access to a high-quality healthcare that will allow them to improve their quality of life. This new structure will benefit our community and will represent the wholehearted values of the City of Galena Park. I am humble and grateful for the trust you have granted me, united we will continue to flourish and continue to be the community where citizens work hand in hand. 
    Esmeralda Moya, Mayor


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