Omega Bay is a residential subdivision within the city limits of La Marque, Texas, geographically situated between Interstate 45, State Highway 6 and Highland Bayou. Homeowners are bound by the Restrictions and Covenants (a.k.a. deeds) of the subdivision when property is purchased. The current deeds allow for a homeowner association known as the Omega Bay Improvement Committee (OBIC) whose duties and functions are outlined within the documents (see below).
Omega Bay Improvement Committee
The Board of Directors (OBIC) meet quarterly. This website is not associated with OBIC in any manner.
There are a number of audible emergency alert sirens in the Texas City-La Marque area. These alert mechanisms are in place for a variety of reasons including chemical releases and tornadoes. The siren closest to Omega Bay is operated by the City of Bayou Vista. The siren is tested every Wednesday around the noon hour. The siren will ramp up producing a single audible sustained tone for about one minute. In the event of an emergency, the siren will ramp up and down producing a tone that will vary in pitch for about 3 minutes. This is an alert for area residents to "shelter-in-place." When sheltering-in-place, it is recommended that you close doors and windows and turn off any air exchanging devices (including some air conditioners). The "all-clear" signal is the same tone heard during the test- a single sustained tone for one minute.
Galveston County subscribes to First Call Network which is an automated emergency dialer network that calls residents when an emergency is declared by the Office of Emergency Management. If your telephone number is "listed" by the phone company, then you are automatically included in the call list. If you have an unlisted phone number and you want to be included in the First Call Network, then you will need to add your number to the First Call phone list. Visit http://www.firstcall.net/ for more information.
Garbage days for Omega Bay are Monday and Thursday. Please place your OTTO can out no earlier than the evening prior to pick-up day.
The Otto cart is designed to improve the quality of your waste collection service by:
The cart should be placed within five feet of the curb or street. Handles should be
Please contact the City of La Marque for questions regarding garbage service or to schedule a special pick-up.
Water and sewer service is provided by Municipal Utility District Number 12 (MUD 12). Water bills are due by the 20th of each month. Partial payments are not accepted. A late fee of $15 is automatically assessed if payment is not received before 5pm on the 20th. Payments may be dropped in the payment box located in the front of the MUD 12 building or mailed to the address below.
Police, Fire and EMS services are provided by the City of La Marque.
Omega Bay and La Marque are Crime Watch communities.
Our neighbors across the street, Bayou Vista, offer many activities for residents. From swimming, to social clubs, to volunteer fire fighting, there is something for everyone. Please check out our sister website, bayouvista.com, for more information.
Current Restrictions and Covenants for Omega Bay:
Property address and deed section:
South White Heron # 1-8 is Section A