Hurricane Beryl Update

Update: Tuesday, July 9th - 12:40 PM: Did you have damage to your property from Hurricane Beryl? If you need assistance with understanding the process of making repairs, please contact our Development Services Department at (936) 825-2961. Our team is here to help ensure the safety of our residents and that any contractors follow City guidelines for repairs.

Individuals with damages to their residence/property are encouraged to complete the Texas Division of Emergency Management Individual State of Texas Assistance Tool (iSTAT). This tool enables individuals to report damages to emergency management and the State of Texas and may help residents in Texas receive federal recovery assistance.
Yard Waste Collection (trees and limbs) will continue with the regular schedule. This week, crews will focus on the south side of Washington Ave. and next week crews will move to the north side of Washington Ave. When placing yard waste at the curb, we kindly ask residents to adhere to the guidelines, which specify that piles should be 5ft in width, 5ft in height, and 10ft in length.

If crews see any yard debris or limbs blocking roadways throughout town, those will be removed as soon as possible. Residents can bring their brush collection to the Brush Facility located at 9911CR 415 this week from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm, and on Saturday during the regular hours of 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Other storm debris such as fencing, shingles, and construction debris will need to be taken to Twin Oaks Landfill. More information can be found at

We continue to encourage residents to wait before using the parks until the City can address any downed trees, limbs, lights, or other safety concerns. The Navasota Public Library is open as a Cooling Center until 5:30 pm today. The Navasota Center will be open as a Cooling Center from 1:30 to 5 pm today. For any questions, please contact the City of Navasota at (936) 825-6475.


Update: Monday, July 8th - 1:55 PM: Public Works Crews are working hard to clear streets of downed trees, limbs, and debris. Our first priority is to clear the roadways and address any safety concerns, then crews will begin to remove debris as soon as they are able to.

We ask for your continued patience and understanding with power outages as we know that electrical providers are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore power.

Please continue to fill out the following Damage Report Form for any storm-related damage to help us assess and address the situation effectively:


Update: Monday, July 8th - 10:15 AM: We are aware that the storm has caused trees to fall in various areas. As soon as it is safe to do so, our crews will be out to remove the downed trees.

We anticipate widespread power outages due to the storm and ask for your patience and understanding during this time, as we know that electrical providers are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore power.

Your safety is our top priority. Please avoid any areas with downed trees and report any hazards to the non-emergency number at (936) 825-6410.

Residents are also encouraged to fill out the following Damage Report Form for any storm-related damage to help us assess and address the situation more effectively:

Thank you for your understanding and patience.


Update: Sunday, July 7th - 5:15 PM: Due to approaching Tropical Storm Beryl, City Hall will be closed tomorrow, Monday, July 8th.

Important Information for Residents:

  • For non-emergency assistance, please call (936) 825-6410.
  • If you experience a power outage, please contact your electrical provider directly.
  • Republic Services will be closed tomorrow. Trash services will have a one-day service delay for all services for the remainder of the week. 
  • We strongly encourage everyone to stay inside during the storm to help keep our first responders safe.

Stay safe and take all necessary precautions. We will provide updates as the situation develops.

Thank you for your cooperation.


📢 Important Announcement: Facility Closures and Adjustments Due to Tropical Storm Beryl 

Due to the approaching Tropical Storm Beryl, the following changes will be in effect tomorrow, Monday, July 8th:

•    The Navasota Center and Navasota Public Library will be closed. All activities scheduled at these locations are canceled.
•    Municipal Court is canceled. 
•    City Hall will remain open but will operate with limited staff.
•    The City Council meeting scheduled for Monday, July 8th will be canceled and rescheduled to a later date. 

Stay safe and please take all necessary precautions. We encourage residents and businesses to secure any outdoor items. We will keep you updated with any further information.