Hi! We are your City Communications department. Our job is to make information easily accessible to the public. We promote city events, provide recaps on City Council meetings, share city announcements, and so much more! Keep up to date on all things the City of Beaumont is doing by following us on our various social platforms.
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- What does the communications Department do?
Our job is to communicate to the public what the City has done and what we are doing, increase transparency and build trust between the citizens and the City, and raise awareness of City departments, divisions, programs, and services. We help promote everything from public works and infrastructure that keeps the city running (roads, streets, water, drainage) to quality-of-life programs that make you want to live, stay, and play here.
- What channels do you use to reach citizens?
We utilize as many digital and traditional media channels as we can to reach as many residents as possible, which includes: social media (City of Beaumont Facebook, City of Beaumont Instagram, City of Beaumont Twitter, City of Beaumont Linkedin, City of Beaumont Nextdoor, City of Beaumont Youtube), press releases/news alerts, email and E-newsletters, TV (Channel 4 - our public access channel), the website, and on occasion, direct mail or text, emails, and calls for emergency alerts. We also have partnerships with local media outlets in TV and print and local businesses and organizations we share information with.
- What's the best way to stay up-to-date with what's going on in the city?
You can follow us on social media, tune in to channel 4, our public access channel, stay up-to-date with City Council, attend your local neighborhood association meetings, visit the City of Beaumont website, and subscribe to "City News" and alerts.
- Can you share my event/organization with citizens?
Unless the city is a partner or has a vested interest in the project or program, we cannot promote private citizens, organizations, or businesses.