City Council Members

Shawn Doherty

Craig Kartye

John King

 Delores Peters

Johnny Wolfe


Hours of Operation

Mon-Thurs 8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday 8:00am – Noon

Mayor’s Message August  2011

                                                                                By Bill Strickland, Mayor




EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS (To be used after city hall closes):

-          MEDICAL call 911

-          POLICE EMERGENCY call 911 or Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office 281-331-9000. They will radio the patrolman on duty or send a County Officer. 

-          NON-EMERGENCY call Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office. If you have any questions you can call the Liverpool Police Department during city hall hours at 281-581-2233 ext. 7.

-          WATER DEPARTMENT 281-581-2255 in case of busted pipe or no water.



Now accepting PAYMENTS ONLINE!

The City of Liverpool is pleased to announce that we are now taking credit card, debit card, and electronic check payments, online at our website, over the phone, or in our office. There is a $3.00 charge per $100.00 transaction for this service. We have had many requests for this service, and we are making every effort to comply with the requests from the community.


We have had two boat gasoline thefts in our community.  There was a suspect arrested

on felony charges and a parole violation, who is a possible suspect in these thefts.

We need to continue to be our neighbor’s keeper and watch out for each other’s property and well being. This is the advantage of living in a small community.


FOOD PANTRY is run by the Town Hall Com. and is open each Friday 10:00a.m. through 12:00p.m. We were able to assist 16 families this month. If we all give just a little, together we can contribute a lot.  Food donations are being accepted at City Hall and the Post Office.


VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. is in need of more volunteer fire fighters. If you are

Interested in helping your community in this way please call 281-581-9565.


 Our next City Council meeting is Sept. 6th at 6:30 p.m.  Come join us!