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Beaumont, Texas is a small city with big traditions and attractions; from the city origin in Spindletop museum to Crockett street nightlife activities.
The roads are terrible. The schools are terrible. The crime rate is high. There are few nice areas. There are not many options for entertainment. There are a few good places to eat though.
Beaumont is a great city that is growing rapidly. I love it, although the road construction can be a little overwhelming.
I like the potential Beaumont has to expand and grow economically. I would like to see the crime rate go down.
I enjoyed growing up in a smaller city, but I would like for Beaumont to provide more opportunities for the youth to develop into successful adults.
I've lived in Beaumont my whole life and it's a place I'll always call home. There isn't really any outstanding features about Beaumont, Texas , but it's a great place to live if you enjoy family involvement. Public schools aren't of as high of quality as most would hope to believe but you still get the education required to get to a higher level. One good quality of Beaumont is the ever ending supply of job opportunities for student who need jobs part time.Beaumont, Texas has some amazing qualities about it that you'll never forget but I wouldn't say its somewhere you would want to live for a lifetime.
The city of Beaumont is a great place for young adults starting their journey into college or just beginning a life of their own. Beaumont is located just an hour away from the gorgeous city of Houston, which means taking a trip to the big city is not a problem. Its home to Lamar University and also a couple of other community colleges for higher education purposes. Many new homes and apartment complexes are being built everyday making Beaumont a great place to settle down. Nightlife is amazing! Your welcome to enjoy the many bars, clubs and hubs in downtown Beaumont. If your not up for the crazy night life Beaumont also offers two theaters Hollywood and Tinseltown. The city consists of a mall, a variety of gyms, pool halls and many other activities that one can participate in to enjoy the great city of Beaumont.
Beaumont is located on the south eastern part of Texas near the Louisiana border. The city is surrounded by green farm areas, oil refineries, paper mills, rice factories, and a port, Port Author. Lamar University is the highlight of the town. Their programs are well known nationwide. The town offers a variety of local and commercial businesses and restaurants. The demographic is mixed of lower socioeconomic individuals in less taken care of neighborhoods and some higher-wealthy neighborhoods as well. Overall the people are friendly. There isn't much of a nightlife, spare a few bars, but Houston is about an hour and a half away which offers much more. The biggest thing that could change about the town is how it smells. Often there is an awful odor in the air.
It's a place to retire not to start a life. It's old and out dated and there is not many career opportunities.
This town is pretty big with many opportunities. Although finding a job is easy, the traffic is pretty bad.
I grew up in Beaumont and I have really seen it grow over the years. It has a lot of restaurants and stores, but it can feel like a small town at times. Mall and movie theater provide the most entertainment.
Not the safest town around but plenty of good areas and mainly okay if traveling with a group. Very fun nightlife with The Gig, Logon Cafe, The Art Studio, and the few bars here and there. Plenty of fun and interesting people. Dowlen Road is flooded with good food and great shopping areas.
There is quite a bit of industrial oppurtunities in ther area. The whole entire golden triangle area is diversified and siutable to all.
I would like to see more locations to take the kids in Beaumont. It does not have enough play areas for children.
I like the fact this location is close to a college,and the area is nice to live in. It is close to the Mall and other local shopping area.
I LOVE Beaumont TX, I grew up here and I've been living here all of my life. It's a small city, but there's still a lot to see. There's a lot of construction going on to rebuild our roads and freeways, which is very helpful. The stores are amazing. I wish we could expand our mall with more stores like at the galleria. There should be more last enforcement patrolling busy areas, because people don't obey the speed limit a lot of the times and that's how wrecks happen. People who are one the phones and driving should also receive tickets because that's the leading cause of accidents.
Beaumont is a midsize city with nothing particularly special about it. Unless you're a visitor or a tourist, there really is not much to do within this city. Houston is only an hour and a half drive away for any major events, although that's not to say that Beaumont never has events of its own. There are some things that happen in the city here and there. Most people are really only here in Beaumont because they were either born here, came for Lamar, or for jobs within the refineries. If you like to live in a not so big city with not so big things going on, then Beaumont is really a good choice. You are better off going straight to Houston or another city.
Beaumont is one of the wonderful cities in Texas. The living cost is very cheap. People are friendly. Job facilities are huge. Public safety is good. However, public transport needs to be improved.
Great place for the older crowd. Not much of a nightlife. The public school system has gone down from when I was in school.
Beaumont is a nice place in some areas of the town. Unfortunately, it has a high crime rate and the city has suffered a bad reputation from their Beaumont Independent School District scandal. The TEA took over the school because it wasn't run right. If my family didn't live in Beaumont and the surrounding areas, I would not live here. Pollution is high, and there is not much to do for entertainment. I am lucky enough to live on the outskirts of the city where there is not much crime. There are many refineries that provide jobs for people, so that is a plus. There is also much corruption in county government. It's not that great.
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