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Annexation Statement

Annexation is the process by which cities extend their municipal services, regulations, voting privileges and taxing authority to new territory. The City of Baytown uses annexation to manage its growth, provide efficient service delivery, and sustain a high quality of life for its citizens and visitors.

Petition Requesting Annexation Form                                                                                                                                                                                                  Frequently Asked Questions 

Upcoming Annexations 

There are no active annexations at this time.

The City Council of the City of Baytown will conduct public hearings concerning proposed annexations in the Council Chambers at Baytown City Hall, 2401 Market Street, Baytown, Texas 77520.

Completed Annexations

Approximately 4.36 acres, located on the south side of I-10 approximately 1,650 feet east of the intersection of I-10 and Thompson Road, legally described as Tract 2U, Block 2, Elena Fruit & Cotton Farms subdivision, Unit D, Harris County, Texas.

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Approximately 768.49 acres, generally located south of Interstate 10, east of Crosby Cedar Bayou Road, including multiple parcels east and west of Sjolander Road in select areas in Harris County, Texas

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Approximately 298.27 acres, generally located south of Interstate 10, north of Blue Heron Parkway, east of North Main Street, including multiple parcels to the east and west of Barkuloo Road, and the Crosby Cedar Bayou Road right-of-way, south of Interstate 10 to the southern point that intersects with Barkuloo Road in Harris County, Texas 

San Jac Blvd Annex 2.0

Approximately 101.87 acres, generally located east of Barkuloo Road, south of Blue Heron Parkway, north of Massey Tompkins Road, including the Crosby Cedar Bayou Road right-of-way and multiple parcels to the east and west of Crosby Cedar Bayou Road, in Harris County, Texas

 San Jac Blvd Annex 2.0

Approximately 144.12 acres, generally located south of Interstate 10, west of State Highway 146, north of Old Needlepoint Road, and east of Cedar Bayou,  including multiple parcels, in Chambers County, Texas

 San Jac Blvd Annex 2.0

Approximately 107.21 acres, generally located on the northwest corner of Interstate 10 and John Martin Road, and legally described as Tract 1, Block 46 and Tract 50, Block 45, Elena Fruit & Cotton Farms, Unit C, Harris County, Texas

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Approximately 252 acres of land, generally located east of John Martin Road and west of Garth Road on the north and south side of West Cedar Bayou Lynchburg Road, including multiple parcels, Sheppard Road, Thomas Road, Connally Road, and the Harris County Flood Control drainage ditch, east of its intersection with John Martin Road in Harris County, Texas

San Jac Blvd Annex 2.0

Approximately 28.04, save and except, (i) 0.178 acres previously annexed by Ordinance 12,684 and (ii) 11.262 acres previously annexed by Ordinance 11,914, located on the east side of N. Main Street across from the terminating point of Hunt Road at its intersection with N. Main Street; adjacent to the property at 6730 N. Main Street, legally described as part of and out of Lots 27, and 28, Block 19, Highland Farms, Harris County, Texas

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Approximately 235.98 acres; generally located east of John Martin Road and west of Garth Road; including multiple parcels and the Archer Road right-of-way, west of its intersection with Garth Road in Harris County, Texas

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