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BPD was out in force tonight and I felt extremely safe in my hometown. I never saw one thing to be concerned about. Thank you all for the many hours put our to help out citizens remain safe! #backtheblue
Thank you Beaumont PD! Y’all were everywhere tonight and helped make Mardi Gras Southeast Texas - Beaumont a super fun event!
Thank you BPD for helping this mama find a potty for her 6 year old quick! Y'all were great and a happy sight tonight. Thanks for being everywhere and keeping us all safe.
Thanks for taking care of business
Thank you Beaumont Police y’all freezing y’all balls off to protect us 💯
Crime Stoppers of SETX, partnering with Orange County Sheriff's Office & The Examiner Corporation, is asking for the public’s assistance in getting potentially dangerous dealers & users, along with the poisonous products they carry, off the street. If you have information, #SayItHere by calling 409-833-TIPS, reporting online www.833TIPS.com, or via our P3 App. You could be eligible for a cash reward. 💲💲💲 #ChaChing #Crimemightpayyou #innocenttilprovenguilty ... See MoreSee Less
Crime Stoppers of SETX, partnering with Orange County Sheriff's Office & The Examiner Corporation, is asking for the public’s assistance in getting potentially dangerous dealers & users, along with the poisonous products they carry, off the street. If you have information, #SayItHere by calling 409-833-TIPS, reporting online www.833TIPS.com, or via our P3 App. You could be eligible for a cash reward. 💲💲💲 #ChaChing #Crimemightpayyou #innocenttilprovenguilty... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful View of @MardiGrasSETX in Downtown Beaumont
Parade Route for tonight’s (Friday) 7:00 p.m. Golf Cart, ATV & Krewe of Krewes Parade! Starts at Bmt Civic Center, down Main to Crockett to Bowie to Magnolia to Laurel, ending at Edison Plaza. * Parade Route roads will be shut down at 6:00 p.m.
Friday, February 21- @MardiGrasSETX gates open at 6! *Parades with road closures throughout Downtown Beaumont!! Stay tuned to our Twitter for important safety & traffic information!!
❌ BPD strongly discourages ❌ any @MardiGrasSETX patrons from parking on the west side of MLK and walking across to Downtown. MKL is 7 lanes and heavily traveled.
When searching for @MardiGrasSETX parking in Downtown Beaumont be sure to pay attention to all signage! 🚗Some businesses may have signs similar to these posted. 🚧 Park legally to avoid the inconvenience of having your vehicle towed or ticketed! ⛔️
When parking on streets in Downtown Bmt, keep an eye out 👀 for these signs along the Parade Route. See previous posts for parade route map. Streets on parade route are: Main, Crockett, Bowie, Magnolia, & Laurel 🚧 Street closures will start around 5:30 p.m. 🚧
⚠️ There are several streets in Downtown Beaumont that are One Way! Use caution when navigating through the area and watch out 👀 for pedestrians!! 🚸
Be sure to pay attention to the local weather! It’s chilly, windy and a little wet out at @MardiGrasSETX right now, so plan ahead & be prepared for inclement weather!!
⚜️ Don’t forget to remove valuables from your vehicle, take your keys and lock your doors to prevent Auto Burglary ⚜️
🚨 Have a plan🚨 Designate a meeting location in the event family members are separated at @MardiGrasSETX Children should be supervised at all times! 🏃♂️🏃♀️BPD Officers are all over Downtown!Teach kids to find an officer if they need help. 🚓
Be on the lookout 👀 for these purple signs all over Downtown Beaumont! They have directional information to help you navigate to and from @MardiGrasSETX Use caution and watch out for pedestrians! #MGSET #BeaumontPolice
⚜️Gates are open at @MardiGrasSETX (it does cost for admission into gated area) Here is where you can enter! Note: anyone can stand/sit along the parade route (outside of gates) free of charge! Parade starts in 40 minutes! ⚜️
❗️Notice: @MardiGrasSETX has 30.06 & 30.07 signs posted. No weapons are allowed inside the gates❗️
Can I get from downtown exit to MLK and Washington? Or would you advise I go the long way by Lamar at MLK.
The Hardin County Sheriff's Office would like the public to be aware of a telephone based fraud that is happening frequently throughout the country. No person should send money to a governmental office (police department, Sheriff's Office, or IRS) via credit card or pre-paid gift card. This fraud usually entails the caller knowing the name of a family member and asking for money for bail. If you receive a call like this, and question its authenticity, please get the caller's name, telephone number, and what agency they work for. Call the Sheriff's Office so that we can help you determine if it is a scam. ... See MoreSee Less
Am glad you let us all know but it really boils my blood that people have nothing better to do than annoy people like that. I am sure many of your officers get some of the same calls Plus You would thing something could be done but really not much can be done. Its as if you could just reach through the phone and smack the stupid off of them
Good luck lol. I don't even answer my phone most of the time hahahaha. Text me or you get nothing hahahahaha
Why not just find out were they are in jail or prison then call that place and see if it is true
TRAFFIC ALERT...IH10 West bound near Goodyear is down to one lane due to a wreck. East bound traffic is slow moving. We are being advised that there may be at least one more wreck on the freeway closer to Hwy 365.
Mardi Gras Southeast Texas will begin Thursday, February 20-23, 2020, and will take place in Downtown Beaumont at the Event Centre. Roads along the parade route will close one hour before the parades start. Roads around the Event Centre (Crockett and Magnolia) will be closed Monday, February 17, 2020 to Sunday, February 23, 2020. See attached map for the parade route and log on to www.mardigrastx.com/ for parade and event times. Patrons may legally park on any public street or public parking lots unless, “no parking” or “no trespassing”, signs are posted. Please look for signs throughout the area with information about parking. Lock your vehicle, take your keys and hide your belongings.
Be mindful of parking laws- Carpool when possible
Do not park in front of fire hydrants- park at least 15 feet in front or behind the hydrant ( approximately 1 car length) Park 20 feet away from a crosswalk or intersection Park 30 feet away from any stop signs, yield signs, flashing beacons, or other signals at the side of the road There will be limited parking on the actual parade route Do not block driveways Cross the street at well-lit, safe locations. There will be designated crossing areas on MLK.
Directions: Approaching From the South (Mid-County): Navigate to MLK Parkway Take a right onto College Street from MLK Parkway Travel down College Street and then take a left onto Orleans Street Orleans Street will curve right and become Pearl Street Once on Pearl, turn left on any street and begin looking for a parking space
Approaching From the West (College Street): Travel east on College Street all the way into Downtown Take a left onto Orleans Street Orleans Street will curve right and become Pearl Street Once on Pearl Street, turn left on any street and begin looking for a parking space
Approaching From the West (Calder Avenue): Travel east on Calder Avenue and take a right onto Willow Street Willow Street will become Park Street Once on Park Street, turn onto any street and begin looking for a parking space
Approaching From the North and East (Lumberton and Vidor): Navigate to IH-10 Take the Downtown exit from IH-10 The exit ramp will lead into Willow Street Continue straight on Willow Street and it will become Park Street Once on Park Street, turn onto any street and begin looking for a parking space ... See MoreSee Less