The Port of Beaumont is a leader in world commerce.
Top-notch facilities, expertise and major rail and roadway connections
make us a strong choice to handle your cargo, whatever it may be.
Situated 84 miles east of Houston and 270 miles west of New Orleans (Latitude 30°4'6"N, Longitude 94°5'4"W), the Port of Beaumont is accessible from the Gulf of Mexico and Intracoastal Waterway via the federally maintained Sabine-Neches Ship Channel, 42 miles upstream from the Gulf.
The Sabine-Neches Channel is a minimum of 400 feet wide and maintained at a depth of 40 feet. Air draft is 136 feet.
The Intracoastal Waterway and Mississippi River connect Beaumont with a vast inland waterway system serving such cities as Minneapolis, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Louisville, Omaha and Memphis.
Landowners’ Bill of Rights: Texas Property Code
Section 21.0112 became effective February 1, 2008. This code section, also known as the Texas
Landowners’ Bill of Rights, details your rights as a property owner in the
event the government or a private entity attempts to acquire your
property. It also details the eminent
domain procedure in the event the parties cannot agree on a purchase price.