News & Notices

LCRA to lower lakes LBJ and Marble Falls

November 8, 2018

LCRA will lower lakes LBJ and Marble Falls for about eight weeks beginning Dec. 30, 2018. The lake lowering will conclude about Feb. 23, 2019. Lake LBJ will be lowered about 4 feet and Lake Marble Falls will be lowered about 7 feet to allow you and other property owners an opportunity remove debris, dredge […]

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Final debris pick up by Burnet County is scheduled for 7 am, Thursday, November 1, 2018

October 29, 2018

The final debris pick up by Burnet County is scheduled for 7am, Thursday, November 1, 2018 (weather permitting).  After this date, property owners and residents will be individually responsible for providing dumpsters or trash trailers for their flood and repair debris.  Attached is a flyer outlining how and where to place debris in the street […]

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Vaccine Information October 23, 2018

October 23, 2018

Dr. Madrigal, Burnet County Health Authority has recommended for anyone in contact with with flood water or with disaster clean up receive Tetanus and Hep A vaccines. Local Vaccines Resources: HEB 830-693-4810 Walgreens 830-693-8417 CVS 830-693-2374 Atkins 830-693-2972 Seton Care-A-Van (Children) 830-596-3081 Lone Star Circle of Care (Adults and Children) 877-800-5722 Texas Department of State […]

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Burnet County Flood Donations – Update

October 23, 2018

Please click the link below to read the details of the BURNET COUNTY FLOOD DONATIONS – UPDATE MARBLE FALLS, Texas (October 22, 2018) – Our Community is working together to help restore homes and property damaged by the Flood. Following is some vital information for short-term resources and help. Press Release – Donations Update_10.22.18  

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Moderate rainfall Tuesday and Wednesday could lead to new or continued river flooding.

October 22, 2018

Headline: Moderate rainfall Tuesday and Wednesday could lead to new or continued river flooding as well as some flash flooding concerns. Area of Concern: All of South Central Texas, but the Colorado, Llano, Nueces, Frio, Guadalupe, and Rio Grande river basins are those most at risk from additional rainfall. Threats & Impacts: Rainfall: 2 to 3 […]

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Notice to Well Owners Affected by Recent Flood Events

October 19, 2018

from the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District Well owners who suspect their wells to have possible contamination due to recent flood events are encourage to discontinue use of the well for potable water and contact the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District at 512-756-4900.  Shallow wells within granite formations and along bodies of water are most […]

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