Have you ever wondered if the police department has a canine unit? How your water is kept clean and safe for drinking? What fireman do when they aren’t fighting fires? And what about how roads are selected to be built or fixed each year? And WHAT are we doing about the boredom issue in this town??? THERE IS NOTHING TO DO IN BEAUMONT. BEAUMONT IS BORING.
Well, folks…..Beaumont has a fully functioning K-9 unit, our firemen are volunteering in our community (and make excellent gumbo) when not fighting fires and in so many ways….BEAUMONT IS NOT BORING….and we’re going to prove that and more during the Beaumont CHAMPIONS program.
Community image is an issue here, we can sometimes be our own worst enemy. The Beaumont CHAMPIONS program is designed to be a solution. It is a free, community driven program, that will ENGAGE and INFORM citizens about what’s REALLY happening in their communities.
The program will be made up of an 8-week series of classes held from March through May each year and takes participants through six researched areas of interest that have proven to be “problem” areas for our citizens - causing misunderstanding of their function, impact, purpose or presence in the community.
Our presenters, including sectors and functions of our City government, will open their doors and remove the boundaries between citizens, city officials and small business owners in an effort to straighten out the perception that Beaumont can’t shake…that we are unremarkable.
Our great city has so much to offer, and we can’t wait to be a bigger part of the transformation of our city image, and we’ll hope you are excited to do your part as well.