Click below to see how we responded after the storm to help our community.
Hurricane Laura Relief Fund is an effort by a group of Texas A&M students including Dalan Jones and Vinny Hale to help assist in our community that was extremely damaged by the devastating Hurricane Laura. As life-long residents of Southeast Texas, they know first-hand just how impactful these major hurricanes can be to families and businesses. Please join us on our mission to help rebuild Texas and Lousiana communities. While they are partnering directly with United Way of Orange County, the funds will be split between United Way of Orange County and United Way of Southwest Louisianna. Thank you all for your support!
ORANGE COUNTY CURFEW reported by Orange County Emergency Management
For the safety of our citizens and to protect our communities in dealing with Hurricane Laura, Orange County Judge John Gothia has insituted a curfew from 9 pm until 5 am Wednesday, August 26, 2020 until revoked for all of Orange County.
Curfews for cities in Orange County
- City of Orange 9 pm - 5 am
- City of West Orange 9 pm - 5 am
- Pinehurst 9 pm - 5 am
- City of Bridge City 9 pm - 5 am
- City of Vidor 8 pm - 6 am
There is no way to know if a downed line is energized or not, so if you see one, keep your distance and call 1-800-9OUTAGE (800-968-8243). Stay away from standing water and debris from trees and other vegetation. It may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
To see videos in Orange from the aftermath of Hurricane Laura, visit and stay tuned to
Hurricane Laura Now a Category 4 hurricane with wind speeds of 140 MPH. (8/26/2020 at 1:26 p.m.)
Projected Path of Hurricane Laura by the National Weather Service as of 8/26/2020 at 8:00 a.m.
Facebook Pages to Follow - You can view information on these pages even if you do not have a Facebook account.
- United Way of Orange County
- Orange County Office of Emergency Management
- US National Weather Service Lake Charles