COVID 19, or the Coronavirus

The City of Baytown facilities and offices are open for business. Due to COVID-19 some departments may still be operating in a modified fashion. Please contact the department you plan to conduct business with directly if you have specific questions as to modification to services or location.

We continue to follow CDC guidelines for the safety of our employees and citizens and will keep you updated via social media and other communication channels

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The City of Baytown is fortunate to have two premiere facilities which provide quality nature education and recreation in two distinctly unique ways.

The Baytown Nature Center is a 450-acre peninsula surrounded by Burnet, Crystal and Scott Bays. In addition to its top notch education programs, it provides opportunities for family recreation with a children’s discovery area, multiple fishing piers, hiking trails, picnic pavilions and easy kayak launch sites.

The Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center, on the banks of Goose Creek, offers year-round educational opportunities as a school field trip site, with pre-school programs or self-guided tours of the Robert Craig Exhibit Hall, and summer, winter and spring camps for children 6-15. A public boat and kayak launch on Goose Creek are available as well. 

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