Flood Material Removal

Any flood related materials that citizens may want removed from the area must be separated into four distinct categories. FEMA requirements for separation of debris and damaged material are as follows:

• C&D Piles- construction and demolition materials
•Green Waste Piles- tree limbs, branches and cuttings
• goof in the appliances, use duct tape to secure the doors). White Goods- refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, freezers, etc. (if there is
• Hazardous Waste- paints, household chemicals, etc.

Please place the debris on your property approximately 10 feet from the road.

The debris should be placed in the proper piles and also should be accessible for pick up with a grappling truck.

Take pictures of your property (structure and possessions) as well as the individual piles when removal is complete.


Help Us Document Hurricane Harvey Damage

In order for the City Of Vidor to receive grants and disaster relief funds, we need as much documentation of the damage as possible.

If you live inside the city limits of Vidor, please post photos of your property damaged by hurricane Harvey;  including the address, and the number of inches or feet of water that damaged your property to our documentation page at https://www.facebook.com/VidorHarveyDamage/

If you have multiple damaged locations, please make a separate post for each one.

  Document Your Hurricane Harvey Property Damage Here

County Wide Curfew


 A COUNTY-WIDE Curfew is in effect from 8pm till 6am every day until further notice, effective immediately.


Sanitation Service To Resume

The City of Vidor Sanitation Department is going to resume service as the flood water permits.

  On Saturday, September 2, the Sanitation Dept. will pick-up the residential customers who have THURSDAY service.

  On Sunday, Sept. 3, they will pick-up the FRIDAY service

 Beginning Monday, Sept. 4, the normal routes will begin and customers will have their normal pick-up schedule

 Please be advised, the flood waters will prevent us from servicing areas that are impassable.

  Information regarding the collection of items destroyed by the flood, such as food, appliances, construction material, etc., will be published as it becomes available.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Update on Vidor Police Department Phone Number

update triangleTo contact the Police Department for a NON-Emergency, please call (409) 769-5473. As always if you have an emergency call 9-1-1. You may also tune into to the Vidor Emergency Management page for up to date information on Harvey. Stay Safe!