City of Nederland

Although the City of Nederland completed its Hurricane Harvey debris operation on Friday, Nov. 10, the city said in a Jan. 25 statement that officials realize that some Harvey-affected property owners continue to demo their walls and flooring,and that repairs and re-construction are on-going.

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Photo: City of Nederland
Photo: City of Nederland

The City of Nederland would like to thank David Oates with the Texas A&M Agrilife Extention Service and the Jefferson County Master Gardeners Association for their help in planting tulip bulbs down Boston Avenue, the city said Jan. 12. 

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The City of Nederland completed its Hurricane Harvey debris operation on Friday Nov. 10, city officials said in a statement Dec. 19.

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The City of Nederland announced Dec. 13 that normal trash pickup schedules have resumed since Harvey.

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The Nederland Chamber of Commerce announced Monday, Dec. 4th that they are still "moving forward" with the city parade on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 6 p.m.

Parade organizers said plans would be conformed Dec. 5 at noon through Facebook and social media.

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The City of Beaumont has been working diligently to pick up debris that has been put out for removal following Hurricane Harvey as quickly and safely as possible, city spokesperson Angela Wright said in a statement.

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Officials in Port Neches want to assure residents they have not shutoff water resources in the city, according to a statement released to the media. 

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On Tuesday, August 8 beginning at 6 p.m., there will be a water outage in Nederland lasting approximately three hours while a fire hydrant is replaced.

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The City of Nederland's recycling drop-off location, which has three dumpsters, opened this morning at 515 Hardy Avenue, city manager Chris Duque said in a release.

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Art in the Park will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 at Doornbos Park in Nederland, featuring local vendors, food, games, arts and crafts, and a petting zoo.

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