Beaumont Water Treatment Plant – Beaumont,Texas City Offices Water treatment facilities consist of a surface water treatment plant and a well system including pumping and transfer facilities to provide safe drinking water of adequate quantities and sufficient pressure while meeting all state and federal regulations. The Surface Water Treatment Plant after the recent renovations is rated at 40 million gallons per day. The ground water system is a 17 MGD facility consisting of three deep wells, four booster pumps and two 5 MG ground storage tanks. The City has six elevated water storage tanks with 6.8 MG of storage capacity, four ground water storage tanks with 17.7 MG of storage capacity, for a total of 24.5 MG of storage capacity. The Water Treatment Facilities are fully operable using SCADA controls that will automatically shut down the water discharge to the customers in case of water quality discrepancies.
Texas Department of Transportation – Beaumont District Headquarters The Beaumont District plans, designs, builds, operates and maintains the state transportation system in the following counties: Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange and Tyler.
Theodore R Johns Sr Library – Beaumont, Texas City Offices The Theodore Johns Branch Library was founded in 2002 and named in honor of Judge Theodore R. Johns Sr. for his past and continued work for civil and human rights for all people.
R C Miller Memorial Library – Beaumont, Texas City Offices The R.C. Miller Memorial Library was a gift to the people of Beaumont from R.C. Miller. His wish was “to provide an adequate library which can be used to the greatest possible advantage for the people of this area.
Tyrrell Historical Library – Beaumont, Texas City Offices Captain W. C. Tyrrell purchased the First Baptist Church and donated the building to the city for a library in 1923. The library opened in 1926. It served as the main public library for the city until 1974, when the new library opened. At that time, it became the Tyrrell Historical Library, with a Texana collection and genealogical collection. In 1987, restoration of the Tyrrell was adopted as a high priority and the restored Tyrrell reopened on July 19, 1990. In addition to the Texana and genealogical book collections, it contains outstanding archives centering on Southeast Texas.
Beaumont Public Library System Central Library – Beaumont, Texas City Offices With a rich and vivid history, the Beaumont Public Library System (BPLS) is a city library organization comprised of six 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.
Beaumont Independent School District – Beaumont, Texas City Offices We will inspire and prepare all students for lifelong success by providing an exemplary education in a safe learning environment.
Beaumont Fire Marshal – Beaumont, Texas Fire Department BFRS is an all-hazards career fire department providing 24-hour emergency response services from 12 strategically located fire stations. The fire department’s 235 civil service and 10 civilian employees serve within four sections: Administration and Finance, Logistics, Operations, and Planning. The front-line fleet consists of 12 engines/quints, three aerial trucks, three basic life support rescues, one air cascade/ventilation unit, three district chief units, and one shift commander unit. Minimum staffing on engines is three people. Minimum on-duty staffing in the Operations Section is 45 persons.
Beaumont Code Enforcement – Beaumont, Texas City Offices The mission of Code Compliance is to help maintain and improve the quality of our community by administering a fair and unbiased enforcement program. Code Compliance Officers work closely with residents and community groups to achieve abatement of reported public health violations. This division also works closely with other City departments to actively enforce City codes, facilitate voluntary compliance, empower community prorgrams (Adopt-a-Street) and participate in community clean-up projects.
Beaumont Municipal Court – Beaumont, Texas City Offices The court maintains records of all traffic and misdemeanor complaints and convictions, processes payments of fines, prepares documents and schedules trials, notifies witnesses and attorneys of court dates, processes overdue notices of outstanding fines and collects data for reporting purposes. The office also processes warrants issued for non-payment of outstanding fines.