The Library has collected the following links to Bee County agencies and organizations. Please contact us for more assistance reaching these and other local organizations as some local offices do not have web sites.
400 N. Washington
Beeville TX 78071
400 N. Washington
Beeville, Tx 78102
1705 N. St. Mary's Street
Beeville, TX 78102
Bee County Office
210 E Corpus Christi St.
Beeville, Tx 78102-48-12
Social Security Administration Online Services. This allows direct access to: account creation/sign-in; retirement benefits estimates; apply for benefits; and other services supported by the Social Security Administration
The Marketplace is a new way to find health coverage that fits your budget and meets your needs. With one application, you can see all your options and enroll.
Web presence for Beeville Bee-Picayune, Refugio County Press, and the Progress of Live Oak and McMullen counties. Includes local headlines, classifieds, and web pages for local businesses.
The Beeville Art Museum is a teaching museum, dedicated to providing educational programs and activities designed to stimulate the imaginations of young people. The museum provides enrichment of the cultural life of the community through the concept of art and art education as a positive force in the development of creative skills and thought. To that end, the museum is committed to providing exhibitions featuring works of renowned artists and collections from museums, galleries and private collections from across the state. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 10 am - 2 pm
Admission to the Museum is Free
401 East Fannin · Beeville, Texas 78102 · 361.358.8615
Beeville Independent School District
201 North St Marys Street
Beeville, Texas 78102
Pawnee Independent School District
Juction Rd 673
Pawnee, TX 78145
Pettus Independent School District
500 North May Street
Pettus Texas 78146
Skidmore-Tynan Independent School District
201 North 8th Street
Skidmore, TX 78389
The Atlas features nearly 300,000 site records, including data on Official Texas Historical Markers and National Register of Historic Places properties in Texas. Also included are courthouses, museums, and sawmills across the state. You can search by Historic Designation, Keyword, County, Address, or Site Name to get instant access to detailed textual descriptions, historic photographs, and interactive maps to help you discover what makes Texas and your areas of interest unique. For Bee County markers select the county from the drop down on the left and search by location.
|1. County Courthouse (1912) (National Register)
105 West Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|2. West Side School for Mexican Americans (1932)
309 Jackson, Beeville.
|3. Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church (1884)
108 North Burke, Beeville.
|4. Jones Chapel Methodist Church (1889)
115 North Leverman, Beeville.
|5. Beeville on the Poesta (1860)
Bee County Courthouse lawn.
|6. Colony Cemetery (1897)
|7. Cook House (1897)
Cook Road, east of Cook and South Tyler, Beeville.
|8. First Christian Church (1905)
Walton and Commerce, Pettus.
|9. Campo Santos burial ground (1871)
Off Refugio Highway 202.
|10. Jim Little Homestead (1870)
4.5 miles west of Beeville, on Cadiz Road.
|11. Town of Pettus (1850s)
Roadside park, U.S. 181, north of Pettus.
|12. First Brick Building on Square (1892)
108 West Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|13. Evergreen Cemetery (1862)
Corner of East Bowie and Polk, Beeville.
|14. Roundtree Rock House (1881)
|15. Community of Normanna (1850)
U.S. 181, south of Normanna, north of Medio Creek.
|16. Camp Ezell House (1892)
1313 West Flournoy, Beeville.
|17. Papalote Creek
Roadside park, U.S. 181, s. of Papalote.
|18. George Home (1890)
801 North Adams, Beeville.
|19. Early Trails in Bee County (1700s)
Roadside park, U.S.l 181, 3.6 miles n. of Beeville.
|20. Captain A.C. Jones
Roadside park, U.S. 181, 3.6 miles n. or Beeville.
|21. McClanahan House (1867)
206 East Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|22. Medio Creek
East of creek, on north side of U.S. 59.
|23. St. Philip’s Episcopal Church (1893)
311 East Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|24. Gentry Dugat Marker (1895-1966)
Mineral City, Mineral.
|25. A.C. Jones Home (1906)
611 East Jones, Beeville.
|26. Aransas Creek Settlers (1830s)
U.S. 181, south of Aransas Creek.
|27. Praeger Building (1906) (National Register)
Washington and Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|28. William E. Madderra Home (1907)
401 North Adams, Beeville.
|29. Blanconia (Old N2) Church (1891)
Off State Highway 202, southeast of Beeville.
|30. Cadiz Baptist Church (1920)
FM 799, northwest of Beeville.
|31. First Presbyterian Church (1892)
908 North Washington, Beeville.
|32. Medio Creek Bridge (1897) (N.R.)
West of Normanna, County Road 241.
|33. Tuleta (1906)
Near old Tuleta schoolhouse, U.S. 181.
|34. First National Bank of Beeville (1890)
1400 East Houston, Beeville.
|35. First United Methodist Church (1904)
106 East Cleveland, Beeville.
|36. First Baptist Church (1871)
600 North St. Mary’s, Beeville.
|37. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church (1891)
609 East Gramman, Beeville.
|38. Commercial National Bank (1893)
100 S. Washington, Beeville.
|39. Railroad in Bee County (1886)
W. Bowie and N. Madison, Beeville.
|40. Park Hotel (1910)
U.S. 181 in Tuleta.
|41. Bee County (1858)
U.S. 181, 2 miles n. of Pettus.
|42. The Rialto (1922) (National Register)
114 N. Washington, Beeville.
|43. Beeville Post Office (1918) (N.R.)
N. St. Mary’s and Bowie, Beeville.
|44. Lott-Canada School (1931)
902 W. Corpus Christi, Beeville.
|45. St. Joseph Cemetery (1891)
1400 East Hefferman, Beeville.
|46. St. Rose Cemetery (1901)
1402 East Hefferman, Beeville.
|47. Thomas Collins Gravesite (1884)
Hwy 181, one-mile s. of Pettus.
|48. N.A.S. Chase Field & Bldgs. (1943)
State Hwy 202, e. of Beeville.