The City of Beaumont is working to restore the water supply as soon as possible. During the current water outage it is recommended that you shut down your water heating system. Turning the water heater off will prevent it from overheating or catching fire when the line runs dry. o Gas
Due to the loss of water, no local facility can provide dialysis to any patients. Any patient requiring dialysis will need to call 211 Texas or go to www.211Texas.org to register. Once you provide you dialysis schedule arrangements will be made to evacuate you as soon as possible.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 Due to loss of water pressure caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required our water system to issue a boil water notice for the City of Beaumont until further notice. To ensure destruction of all harmful
8/31/2017 12:30 AM Due to rising waters of the Neches River caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, the City of Beaumont has lost service from the main pump station. The pump station is located along the Neches River and draws water from the river as the main source of water for the City’s w
The City of Beaumont plans to resume garbage and waste pickup on Friday, September 1, 2017. They will begin household garbage pickup on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Then on Monday they will resume the regular garbage pickup schedule and add heavy trash pickup. Citizens are reminded t
Tomorrow, Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 11 a.m. The City of Beaumont Emergency Management will hold a press conference at The Beaumont Emergency Operations Center – 2nd floor located at 700 Orleans Beaumont, Texas 77701. For more information, please contact 409-980-7286.
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 3:37 PM Officers responded to the area of 50 IH10 N, south bound service road in reference to a high water rescue. A Beaumont woman and her young female child were traveling south bound on the service road and got into high water. She pulled her vehicle i
As darkness approaches, the dangers for First Responders who are going into flood waters to rescue citizens, increases significantly. With this in mind, the City of Beaumont will suspend water evacuations at nightfall unless it is a life or death emergency. If you believe that you nee