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Applebee's is coming to Port Lavaca!!!! Plans are to break ground in July of 2014!

 Applications are available at City Hall Water Department for the Veterans Memorial Bricks to be purchased for the Veterans Memorial to be located at Port Lavaca Bay Front Peninsula Park. The memorial bricks will be available for purchase ($80.00) by those who wish to honor a veteran. 

NOTICE:  SOME PEOPLE ARE CHANGING OVER FROM CABLE NETWORK TO SATELLITE AND THE CABLE CONNECTIONS ARE LEFT HANGING.  IF YOU HAVE CHANGED OVER PLEASE CALL CABLE ONE TO GET THE CABLES TIED UP OR CUT OFF.  THANK YOU. 

GRAND OPENING OF THE LIGHTHOUSE BEACH SPLASH PAD THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH AT 3:00 PM


 

 

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About Port Lavaca

City of Port Lavaca Welcome Sign

                Our beautiful new Entrance sign to Port Lavaca was donated by GBRA.

People from all over Texas are starting to discover our little jewel, nestled in the middle of Texas's Gulf Coast. Don't let the big resort-like look take away from its small town feel though, it is a perfect place to get away from the city bustle and fast traffic hustle. If you do start missing the fast pace of the big cities, Houston, San Antonio and Corpus Christi are but a couple of hours away.

Port Lavaca is located near the center point of the 275-mile Texas Gulf Coast, offering visitors a wide variety of public park facilities, RV accommodations and excellent marinas. The tropical, seaside environment and community charm add to an attractive, family-oriented vacation!

Message from the Mayor

Port Lavaca is the greatest little city on the Texas coast, with the most welcoming people in the state.  We take great pride in our diverse cultures, beautiful coastline and growing businesses.  Our city's location in the middle of the Texas coastline gives us easy access to all major cities in the state. We enjoy a very comfortable way of life.

Port Lavaca's rich history began in the 1840's just after the Great Comanche Raid destroyed the port of Linnville.  The city grew fast and the pride of it's citizens was evident during the Civil War in their defense of the city from the Union army.  We are planning a great 150th anniversary celebration of the Battle of Port Lavaca which should be both fun and educational. Port Lavaca has a Christmas parade during our "Festival of Lights" celebration the first week of December.  It is this small town lifestyle that makes it difficult not to be involved.  We have opportunities for involvement for everyone, whether you are interested in being part of a single event, or and on going festival committee.

We have worked hard to make Port Lavaca a place in which everyone would be proud to say its name.  The easy going pace makes it the best place in our state to live, work and play.  Whether you make our town your home or just come to visit, we offer the best in fishing, boating, birding, hunting, eating or just plain relaxing.

Come see us, we would love to have you visit us in "Paradise on the Bay".

 

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