Public Information: City of Beaumont Offices The City of Beaumont will open offices for normal business hours beginning Monday, September 11, 2017. The following city facilities will not open Monday: Tyrrell Library: It had extensive damage and will not be open until repairs are complet
Public Information: Water Distribution Sites The City of Beaumont will close two of the three distribution locations tomorrow due to the reduced numbers of citizens visiting the distribution site. 2445 Concord, Jaguar Stadium, will be open from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday, September 9,
Public Information 9-08-2017 The City of Beaumont anticipates opening all city offices Monday, September 11, 2017. At this time the only offices open are: Building Codes- located on the second floor of City Hall- 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at this time they are only processing Hurricane Harvey related
The City of Beaumont is on schedule with residential trash pick up. Recycling and heavy trash pick up will resume on the regular schedule beginning Monday, September 11, 2017. For debris removal guidelines, please refer to the attached photo.
It is extremely important that EVERY residence/business/structure, in the City of Beaumont that has sustained damages from the effects of Harvey, call the Damage Assessment Line at 409 -785 -4700. This is vital when it comes to FEMA being able to assist citizens in the City of Beaumont during r
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, 9-6-17. Lawson Pump Station is a permanent intake and delivers water to the water treatment facility. It is reliable and will provide consiste
Here are some pictures inside the Loeb Ground Water Pump Station. We will post pictures inside the Lawson Pump Station when they are available. We hope this will help put some of the damage in perspective.
Update on the City of Beaumont boil water notice. Crews continue to work to stabilize our water facilities. In order to have TCEQ ( Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) lift our boil water notice, the temporary pumps have to keep a specified continuous pressure throughout the city
As we began to rebuild our city from the destruction of Hurricane Harvey, we at The City of Beaumont place the safety of our citizens first. We would like to bring your attention to some of the risks associated with the clean-up process. Structural Collapse o Do not enter any unstable s
Today, Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 9 a.m., three bottled water distribution points will be open at 2445 Concord Road (Babe Zaharias Memorial Stadium), 3443 Fannett Road (Ozen High School), and 8750 Phelan (Westbrook High School). Each Vehicle will receive bottled water. At this time, a box