- Fire Department
- How Do I...
- Interesting Websites
The City of Orange residents,
Our office has created this list of websites that may be of help or interest.
We will routinely update this page, so check back frequently. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to drop us an email. Your suggestion may be of assistance to someone else.
Orange County Texas Emergency Management - includes threat identification and prevention activities, emergency planning, providing or arranging training for local officials and emergency responders, planning and conducting drills and exercises, carrying out public education relating to known hazards, designing and implementing hazard mitigation programs, coordinating emergency response operations during incidents and disasters, carrying out recovery activities in the aftermath of a disaster, and ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations.
Salvation Army - humanitarian organization.
TXDOT Hurricane Information - evacuation routes.
The Texas Forest Service - monitor the KBDI (drought index) levels and offers fire prevention information.
Texas Department of Insurance / State Fire Marshal's Office - firework stand information, fire and arson investigation information, fire prevention and outreach information, self-evaluation check list for foster care and in-home day care.
National Weather Service - monitors severe weather.
Texas Department of Emergency Management - weather information and emergency planning information.
Texas Legislature Online - links to government offices and Texas laws.
State Firemen's and Fire Marshal's Association of Texas - fire department links within Texas, training and certification information, and fire prevention information.
Texas Commission on Fire Protection - laws regarding fire departments and fire prevention information.
US Consumer Product Safety Commission - product recall information.
Federal Emergency Management Agency - helpful tips on general, weather related and seasonal safety.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) - air and water quality monitoring, trash dumping issues, Tier II reporting information.
American Red Cross: Southeast and Deep East Texas Chapter - humanitarian organization, offers CPR certification.