The role of Technology Services is to provide the City’s operating departments with the technical support and equipment needed to successfully and efficiently deliver their services to the public.
Information Technology is responsible for the planning, development and administration of the City’s information technology systems to provide citizen-oriented and cost-effective technology services to City departments. A full array of services is supported including Financial, Public Safety, server management, PC management, web page design, imaging, mobile computing, Geographical Information System (GIS), and many others.
Communications is responsible for the maintenance of the City’s communication network consisting of radio, internal telephone and specialized intercom systems. The radio system supported is also in use throughout Jefferson County and multiple local agencies. The radio system will expand in FY2011 to include Hardin County.
With a rich and vivid history, the Beaumont Public Library System (BPLS) is a city library organization comprised of 6 branches. There are four circulating libraries: the Theodore Johns Library, the Elmo Willard Library, the R.C. Miller Library, and the Beaumont Public Library. Also included are two specialized libraries, the Tyrrell Historical Library and the Maurine Gray Literacy Depot.