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Property Tax Information

Property taxes for the City of Piney Point Village are incorporated with statements from Spring Branch Independent School District.  Please click here to go to SBISD Tax Home Page to view and pay your city taxes or call 713-251-7960 for more information.

Notice of Adopted 2016 Tax Rate
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Notice of Adopted 2017 Budget
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City Hall Office Hours:
 Monday - Thursday  7:30 am - 12 noon
 Monday - Thursday  1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
 Friday  7:30 am - 12 noon

Information regarding:
Specific Use Permit Request
Copy of Kinkaid Site Plan

Friday, April 14, 2017
City Hall Closed - Good Friday
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Court Day - 2:00p


The City Council held a
Regular Council Meeting on
February 27, 2017 at 6:30 pm, at
City Hall, 7676 Woodway, Suite 300.
Click here to view the Agenda.



 The Mayor and Members of the Piney Point Village City Council invite you to attend one or both of two community meetings regarding upcoming drainage projects. The first meeting will address the North Piney Point Paving and Drainage Project at Memorial Drive Baptist Church, 325 Piney Point Rd, Monday evening, March 6th, at 6:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. A community meeting regarding the Smithdale Estates Bypass Project is scheduled for Tuesday evening, March 7th, at 6:00 p.m. at the Memorial Drive Elementary School Cafeteria - 11202 Smithdale Road. Construction for both of these important projects is expected to begin by the end of March. Please call City Hall if you have any questions.

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Important Notice
From the Office of the Chief of Police:

When using a cell phone for Emergency 911 calls, residents need to be aware that the call may not be routed to the intended 911 Dispatch Center.  Cellular calls usually go to the closest cell tower.  If that tower is located in Houston, there is a good chance the 911 call will be answered by Houston 911 and could cause a delay of several minutes in the proper public safety response. The MVPD recommends ALL RESIDENTS to program into their CELL PHONES the 911 Dispatch Non-Emergency number for MVPD (713) 365-3700 and for Village Fire Dept. (713) 465-2323. When in the jurisdiction of Memorial Villages, always try to use the NON-Emergency number when using CELL PHONES. When outside Memorial Villages, use 911.

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January 19, 2017



I would like to remind all residents of the importance of keeping all ditches, culverts and storm sewer drains cleared of debris.

As you know, we had approximately 5” of rain early Tuesday morning.  As soon as it was light enough to see, I drove around Piney Point Village to see if there were any serious flooding issues to be addressed.  Although there were no reported flooding problems, I found an issue that I wanted to bring to the attention of all residents.

On Hacienda Lane near Beinhorn, there were about 10 trash bags full of leaves that were left in the ditch for trash pickup.  Two bags had washed down the ditch to the next culvert, and had completely plugged off the flow of water in the ditch.

After I moved the bags, water began flowing quickly to the main ditch on Beinhorn.

Flooding is a major issue in Piney Point Village.  Your city council spends a significant amount of time and millions of your dollars on drainage projects designed to reduce flooding.  Ditches and culverts transport water to the major storm water drainage systems that eventually move the water into Buffalo Bayou.  For the storm system to do its job, it is imperative that the ditches, culverts and storm drains are kept free of anything that could block the flow of storm water including:  trash, branches, toys, basketballs, construction materials, leaves, etc.

If you use a yard maintenance company, please make sure they know to keep the ditches and drains clean and not to leave anything in the yard that could wash into the storm water drainage systems.

Mark Kobelan


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