Southeast Texas Alerting Network


This is ExxonMobil Beaumont Polyethylene Plant on Highway 90 On (Thursday May 26,2016 @ 0930 am) we will test our siren system. This is a test. There is no plant emergency.




Traffic Conditions

RT @TxDOT: Meet Shorty- he wants to keep Cowboys safe in and out of the arena. #ClickItOrTicket…

Posted: 11h

Taking a road trip this #MemorialDay weekend? Check out our free travel guides before hitting the road:

Posted: 14h

During severe weather, monitor local wx conditions, heed warnings and notices from local officials #TexasFloodWeek

Posted: 22h

ORANGE CO– Alternating lane closures tonight-Thursday night along I10 westbound, SH62-Neches River, 8pm-5am, for concrete repair.

Posted: 25 May

If your vehicle stalls in deep water, leave it and move to higher ground if you can do so safely. #TurnAroundDontDrown #TexasFloodWeek

Posted: 25 May

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

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