Orange County is currently under a red flag warning. A red flag warning is issued when warm temperatures, very low humidities, and stronger winds are all possible and combine to produce an increased risk of fire danger, according to the National Weather Service.
During a red flag warning, here are simple ways to keep people and communities safe:
- If you are allowed to burn in your area, all burn barrels must be covered with a weighted metal cover, with holes no larger than 3/4 of an inch.
- Do not throw cigarettes or matches out of a moving vehicle. They may ignite dry grass on the side of the road and become a wildfire.
- Extinguish all outdoor fires properly. Drown fires with plenty of water and stir to make sure everything is cold to the touch. Dunk charcoal in water until cold. Do not throw live charcoal on the ground and leave it.
- Never leave a fire unattended. Sparks or embers can blow into leaves or grass, ignite a fire, and quickly spread.
City of Orange to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed Tax Increase
The City of Orange is holding a public hearing on 29 August 2023 at 5:30 PM at the Orange City Council Chambers at the Orange Public Library.
According to the notice, the proposed tax increase is under the amount that would require voter approval.
The public is invited to voice their support or opposition to the proposed tax rate at the hearing
Vidor Tennis racks up 1st District Win of Season
Meet the Cardinals 2023 a Resounding Success
The Bridge City Cardinals held their 2023 Meet the Cardinals event Monday.
All photos courtesy of Bridge City ISD