News & Notices

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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Highland Haven Flood Update #3 – October 19, 2018

October 19, 2018

FLOOD UPDATE #3   Burnet County will start Monday picking up curbside debris. Debris must be separated at the curb Metal materials and appliances (remove all food) Furniture, cabinets, lumber, siding and sheetrock Branches and vegetation that can go into a brush chipper No hazardous chemicals No batteries or tires No food or household trash […]

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October 19, 2018 – West Gulf River Forecast Updated

October 19, 2018

This is from the State of Texas State Operations Center (SOC) As the heavy rain threat starts to ease south, WGRFC forecasters will still be coordinating with our partners on reservoir releases. Expect the rain to shift south to Deep South Texas… And…very important…more rain is expected to move back into Central and North Texas […]

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Flood Update October 18, 2018 – How to dispose of debris associated with flood clean-up

October 18, 2018

FLOOD UPDATE #2  The following guide has been developed for managing and disposing of debris associated with the clean-up of areas affected by the flooding: As much as possible, separate debris into piles: Branches/vegetation that can go into a wood chipper; Metal and Appliances. Remove food items from refrigerators/freezers Clothing, furniture, lumber, siding, glass Food […]

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Please see Flood Updates here and under News and Notices

October 18, 2018

Highland Haven Flood News Update 10/18/2018 Many thanks to everyone who has and is helping our neighbors recover from this flood.  Your efforts are greatly appreciated.  Thanks to everyone who; opened and stocked the Community Center for emergency shelter operations, helped pack and transport residents needing assistance to safety, and, Special thanks to everyone helping […]

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