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Vidor Animal Control – Vidor, Texas The Vidor Animal Control Department’s fundamental duty is to enforce local and state laws, investigate allegations of cruelty to animals, and to educate the public in the prevention of animal bites and the transmission of animal related diseases. These include diseases that spread from animal to animal, as well as animal to human. We cannot stress how important it is to have animals vaccinated yearly against rabies. We also help educate the public on the importance of having animals spayed or neutered. There is such an overpopulation of unwanted pets. Millions of dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters each year.
Vidor Public Library -Vidor, Texas City Offices The Vidor Public Library offers a variety of services for the public. This includes a Genealogy Room, Children’s Room, Teen Room, Audio and Visual selections, Books, Computer Access, Itty Bitty Story Time, Summer Reading Program, and various workshops throughout the year.
Vidor School District – Vidor, Texas City Offices The Vidor Independent School District had its beginnings in 1929 when four common school districts (Magnolia Grove, Doty, Terry and Pine Forest) consolidated to form the Vidor Rural School District. The District became independent in 1949. Today the Vidor Independent School District encompasses 102.7 square miles in Orange County and 16 square miles in Jasper County. The District is bound in the west by the Neches River, on the east by Cow Bayou, on the south by the Pecan Acres Area, and on the north by the Jasper County line.
Orange County Fire Department – Vidor, Texas Fire Department The mission of the OCESD #1 is to continually improve the quality of emergency services which include: fire suppression, emergency medical care, hazardous materials mitigation, emergency management, and specialized rescue. We are also passionately committed to protect and reduce the losses of life and property; to promote the health, safety, and well being of the citizens of the community; and to reduce damage to the environment due to fires, hazardous materials, natural disasters, and other emergencies caused by acts of man and nature.
Vidor Code Enforcement – Vidor, Texas City Offices The City of Vidor’s Code Enforcement department’s mission is to maintain, protect, and improve the health, safety, and welfare of our citizens and guests.
Vidor Police Department – Vidor, Texas City Offices It is the mission of the Vidor Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the citizens of the City of Vidor to reduce the incidence and fear of criminal activity and to enhance public safety and trust while working in the community to improve the quality of life. Our goal is to do this with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence. The Vidor Police Department views professionalism, integrity, and fairness as ideals that lead to mutual trust within the community.
City Hall of Vidor Texas – Vidor, Texas City Offices Located near the scenic Neches River, the City of Vidor, in Orange County, was incorporated in 1960 and became a home rule city in 1967. Vidor takes its name from Charles Shelton Vidor of Galveston, a co-founder of the Miller-Vidor Timber Co. on the site of the present city. Lumber was the community’s chief industry from 1913 to 1924 when the lumber company was moved to Lakeview. Steady growth followed and by the 1940’s, many Vidorians were employed in the petro-chemical industry of Jefferson and Orange counties. For years, artisans and craftsmen who work in these plants have been building their homes in the Vidor area.