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Posted on: February 9, 2024

Public Works & Engineering ROADeo Awards

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The Public Works & Engineering team showed up and showed out. They brought home five of six buckles. In men’s division we had five in the top ten and in women’s we had all four places. Very proud of the team!

Those who received awar...

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Posted on: February 9, 2024

Dominic Thompson (PWE) and Jason Calder (Public Affairs)

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Congratulations to Dominic Thompson (PWE) and Jason Calder (Public Affairs) for completing Level I of the HUB Manager’s Series. They are both looking forward to starting Level II soon!

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Posted on: February 8, 2024

Justin Gonzales, Health - Animal Services

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For his project, Justin looked at the process for onboarding volunteers with Animal Services. As he Defined, Measured, and used a Fishbone Diagram to Analyze the situation, he noticed that the differences in types of volunteering (one time vs. long-term) ...

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Posted on: February 6, 2024

Kourtney Bonzo, Public Affairs

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Help us congratulate Kourtney Bonzo for being honorarily inducted into the National Technical Honor Society by the Stuart Career Technical High School. This high school was one of our first adopters in the Adopt-a-Spot program and have been maintaining Je...

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Posted on: February 6, 2024

Solid Waste Team, Public Works & Engineering

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A resident from N Burnett St. called in about a fallen tree in the road that had her blocked in. She said "she is truly grateful for the integrity of the people the City hires and so grateful and blessed that we got this done quicker than she could e...

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Posted on: February 2, 2024

Shannon Bennett, City Clerk

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Shannon Bennett the Clerk Records Supervisor for the City Clerk’s Office received her Second Texas Municipal Clerks Association Recertification!

The Texas Municipal Clerks Association, Inc., is a professional organization dedicated to serving the...

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Posted on: January 26, 2024

Brice Lamach, Baytown Police Department

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Mr. Steven Cunningham called Chief Stringer's regarding BPD’s response to his missing disabled son.  

He was very appreciative of  Officer Lamach, one our newer lateral hires,  and the “extreme professionalism” he demonstrated in...

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Posted on: January 25, 2024

Erin Cravey, ITS

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Eric Cravey has received her CompTIA Security+ certification. This certification verifies the candidate has the skills in cybersecurity, covering the most in-demand skills related to current threats, automation, zero trust, loT, risk - and more. To achiev...

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Posted on: January 22, 2024

Abinoab Delacruz, ITS

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For his project, Abinoab looked at email communications for various projects across the City. As he Defined, Measured, and used a Fishbone Diagram to Analyze the situation, he noticed the amount of time it often takes to get email responses on project upd...

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Posted on: January 22, 2024

Ryan Hvitlok, Planning & Development

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For his project, Ryan looked at what happens in the post-annexation process. As he Defined, Measured, and used 5 Why’s to Analyze the situation, he noticed the confusion many “new” Baytown residents had about how to access City services and how that trans...

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Posted on: January 18, 2024

Morgan Salinas, Baytown Police Department

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Officer Morgan Salinas noticed suspicious activity near a local bank. She went out and was able to thwart the activity that was going on. The DEA did end up accepting charges for multiple felonies on this subject.

This proactive approach not only helps our...

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Posted on: January 2, 2024

Abel Leal, Health

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We would like to recognize Abel who is part of the Health department.

A letter was sent in from a citizen thanking Abel for going above and beyond to return his lost wallet back to him. He made sure it and all of its contents were returned to him while on ...

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Posted on: January 2, 2024

Kevin Davis, Baytown Police Department

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The Baytown Police Department set a goal to reduce DWI traffic fatalities by 20%. The traffic team, lead by Sergeant Kevin Davis, reported that they are on track to reduce the amount of DWI traffic fatalities by 25%. We applaud the work done by Sergeant D...

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Posted on: January 2, 2024

Tommy King, Baytown Police Department

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Chief Stringer would like to recognize Officer Tommy King for his outstanding customer service to our citizens.

Officer Tommy King asked an individual to move from the place he was at but instead of just asking him to move, he went above and beyond to help...

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