The City of Dayton is broken up into several departments to serve you. Each department works with one another to ensure outstanding customer service. If you have any questions or cannot find what you are looking for please give us a call at 936.258.2642.
Meet the Seabrook City Management team.
Read agendas and minutes, search city ordinances and access useful city forms.
Access specific information on planning, code enforcement, building and more.
See how we're attracting and stewarding quality jobs, and retaining businesses that enhance our community.
Access information to help prepare for an emergency situation (available only during an active situation).
Fire Department (Volunteer)
View city budgets and other financial reports. Access utility billing information
Access useful information for city employees as well as potential applicants.
Sign up for city notifications and updates and interact with the city.
Pay fines, search court dockets and learn more about Municipal Court policies and procedures.
Check out the City's Parks & Recreation facilities, including the Community Center and Jones Public Library.
Find out who to contact in non-emergency situations. For an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
Learn about current city projects and more.
Learn about the Administration department and learn how to contact City Hall.
The City Manager's office is responsible for administering those programs that are established by the City Council.
The office of the City Secretary is responsible for the preparation, safeguarding and access of official records and documents for the City of Dayton, and to conduct the annual City elections.
The Dayton Development Services staff is responsible for citywide planning, building inspection and code enforcement including implementing and enforcement of subdivision and other development regulations, building codes, signage and abatement code violations.
The Finance Department is charged with managing the accounting and finance functions of the City in a competent and professional manner and in accordance with applicable local, State and Federal laws. The Finance Department also oversees the technology needs of the City.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for providing a focal point for all personnel related activities.
The City of Dayton Communications Department develops internal and external communications in addition to media relations and marketing.
The Municipal Court processes violations of City Ordinances resulting from citizen complaints, traffic citations and misdemeanor arrests. The Municipal Court also issues Peddlers, Solicitors and Itinerant Merchant Permits.
Learn about the parks and amenities in Dayton.
The Public Works Director is responsible for ensuring safe and efficient passage on all streets and roads in the City limits.