When the City of Beaumont lost water supply in the early morning hours of August 31, our water utilities staff began working around the clock to restore water to our citizens. Tiger Industries responded quickly with pumps and they have extended new lines to the water plant. Exxon Mobi
Today, Saturday, September 2, 2017 at 6 p.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.
City of Beaumont Residents: Those needing dialysis care are asked to call DaVita Guest Services 1-800-400-8331. If you need urgent medical care or emergency help, call 911. If you have structure damage to your home or business call 1409-980-4700. These assessment reports are
City of Beaumont Beginning Saturday, September 2, 2017 at this time, a bottled water distribution point has been established at 2445 Concord Road until 7 P.M. The traffic flow will begin in the 1700 block of the IH 10 Frontage Road (West Bound) and travel to St. Helena Street. Vehicle
City of Beaumont The bottled water distribution center located at 2445 Concord Road has been closed for the night. We will publish an updated press release in morning with information on tomorrow’s distribution location and times. Today’s distribution was a huge suc
Update: City of Beaumont Boil Water Notice: The Lawson Pump Station intake system on the Neches River was put back in service at 3:30 p.m. yesterday, 9-7-17. Lawson Pump Station is a permanent intake and delivers water to the water treatment facility. It is reliable and will provide c
City of Beaumont crews and private industries have been working around the clock to restore water service. Customers with water are reminded to refer to the boil water notice. If you have food, money or any items you wish to donate , please contact Red Cross, Salvation Army, Southeast
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