RV's Allowed On Personal Flooded Properties

*Important information for Vidor city limit residents*
Last night, the council passed a motion to allow for RVs on personal properties that were flooded. You must go to city hall and get a permit and you must show proof that your residence was flooded. This will only be allowed at the affected address by the property owner. If there are any further questions, please contact codeEnforcement@CityOfVidor.com


A Letter From Mayor Stiebig

My heart is heavy and yet so full at the same time. Emotions are overwhelming from being out and seeing the devastation that my community has endured a second time in two years. I love you all and am praying for strength, endurance and courage as we run this race again. My heart overflows with pride in our people as I've gone around neighborhoods talking with citizens and checking on their needs. The resiliency and strength is something to behold. I've never been more proud to be a Vidorian as I am now, watching our community pull together, seeing neighbor helping neighbor.

You are blessings to each other and I am terribly proud to be the Mayor of this fine town. Keep your chins up and your shoulders back. We have this and will come out on the other side. This is a step back, but we will not be kept down. Many prayers and much love to each of you. Reach out if you need anything as we continue through this. 

Mayor Kimberly Stiebig



RE: FEMA Letters


If you have received a letter from FEMA stating that your personal information was compromised, it has been confirmed this is NOT a scam. The letter is official. Please read the whole letter . It will tell you what happened, what information was compromised, what FEMA has/is doing to rectify the incident, and what you need to do next. FEMA has arranged to have MYIDCare provide credit monitoring services to protect your identity for eighteen (18) months at no cost to you. You may sign up via phone at 1-833-300-6934 or online at the following web page, using the redemption code at the upper right-hand corner of the first page of your letter. You must have received the letter to be eligible for this service.


If you have any questions, please call FEMA at 1-833-300-6934. OCDR will not be able to answer any questions, so please call FEMA on any related questions about the FEMA letter. 


US Census 2020 Comes To Vidor

Census 2020 employees are out in our area and will be for some time. They are allowed to walk around our city and visit homes without a permit. These people are hired by the US Census Bureau and most are local to the communities that they live in. As always, use caution when approached by someone and ask to see credentials. They will have a badge and will probably be carrying a tablet or clipboard/binder. Please answer the questions asked truthfully as it is imperative to have accurate information for the count to receive funding for our city and fair representation for our region. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to me. Thanks! 


FM-105 Repairs Update

Update on FM 105 project. 

Milling will begin next week on the North half of Main Street (North of I-10). They will be milling up the whole road instead of one lane at a time. When the North side has been milled, repaired, and asphalted, they will move to the South of I-10 and do the same. With weather playing a huge factor, this project is set to be finished on October 21st.

Please pay attention to all traffic signs, flaggers, workers, equipment and, obey all traffic laws. I know everyone is excited to see Vidor's new Main Street and we are hoping to have it finished before Homecoming. Thank you ahead of time for your patience and cooperation. 

Mayor Kimberly Stiebig