About Orange County, Texas
Orange County is defined by water with strong economic dependence on industries that are typically not the most environmentally friendly.
The natural beauty found here is superb,even with the economic development upon which the County owes its existence.
Our forests and our water resources support a myriad of wildlife, flora and fauna, that can rival the best in the nation.
KOCB is dedicated to the beauty of Orange County, to the people that live here, and to the efforts that have been and will continue to be needed to Keep Orange County Beautiful.
Defined by Water
Orange County has three borders. Two of these are formed by major Texas rivers: the Sabine and the Neches. In addition, both Adams Bayou and Cow Bayou dissect the middle of the county.