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Posted on: October 22, 2018

Burnet County Flood Resources


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.


Those in need of help cleaning up, debris cleanout, or other needs:

                The Central Collection Point for needs associated with this disaster is:

                https://fbcmf.org/flood/

Marble Falls First Baptist Church
901 La Ventana
Marble Falls, TX 78654
830-693-4381

Those interested in Volunteering with Clean-up:

The Central Collection Point for volunteers, cleanup crews and people wanting to help or needing help with cleanup is:

https://fbcmf.org/2018-flood-volunteers-donations/

Marble Falls First Baptist Church
901 La Ventana
Marble Falls, TX 78654
830-693-4381


Those wishing to donate supplies to the relief effort Central Collection points for supplies

Amazon Wish List for Online Purchases:

http://a.co/fvATT7V

First United Methodist Church
1101 Bluebonnet Dr
Marble Falls, TX 7864
830-265-0761

Granite Shoals First Baptist Church
505 S Phillips Ranch Road
Granite Shoals, TX 78654
512-755-5217

The Church at Horseshoe Bay
600 Hi Ridge Road
Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
214-636-8373

Collection Points for Water/Gatorade ONLY:

Lakeshores Church Parking Lot
700 US 281
Marble Falls, TX 78654
617-291-8310

Granite Shoals Fire Station
8410 W. FM 1431
Granite Shoals, TX 78654
830-596-8110

 

The following are the ONLY Supplies being accepted at this time (New Items Only Please):

  • Cleaning Supplies (Gloves, Bleach, Cleaners with Bleach, Laundry Soap, Utility Rags, Paper Towels, Wipes, Hand Sanitizer)
  • Tools (Shovels, Rakes, Wheel Barrows, Large Fans, Work Gloves, Buckets, Sorting Bins)
  • Garbage Bags – Commercial
  • Gift Cards (Home Depot, Lowes, WalMart, HEB)
  • NO USED Clothing or Furniture
  • Priority Items: Heavy Duty Work Gloves, Box Cutters, Crowbars, Box Fans, Contractor Garbage Bags, Flat Shovels, Rakes, Sunscreen & Bug Spray, Duct Tape, Brooms, Mops, Dustpans, Hand Sanitizer, Safety Goggles, Extension Cords, Tarps, N95 Masks, Water Hoses, Buckets, Loppers, Industrial Spray Bottles, Plastic Storage Tubs, Personal Sized BBQ Pits
  • Other Items: Trash Cans, Wheel Barrows, Dollies, Electric Tools, Chainsaws, Blowers, Generators, Pallet Jacks, Power Washers, Push Mowers, Tools: Heavy Duty Staple Gun, Hammers, Pliers, Screwdrivers, (standard toolbox tools)
  • NO USED CLOTHING OR HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AT THIS TIME

Goodwill Marble Falls is accepting household items and furniture.  Store credit will be returned to flood victims to allow them to shop in the store.  Please mark donations “Burnet County Flood Relief” when dropped off.


Those wishing to donate Financial Resources:

Please direct financial gifts in the form of Gift Cards to:

The First United Methodist Church of Marble Falls, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive, Marble Falls, TX 78654


An account to take financial contributions for the recovery effort is being developed in partnership with the Highland Lakes Legacy Fund. More details to follow.


Questions: Kevin Naumann, 830-613-5919

  

Health and Safety:

The Burnet County Health Authority recommends wearing an N95 mask while conducting cleanup operations.

Additionally, Hepatitis A and Tetanus Vaccines are recommended. These vaccines may be obtained from the following:


Adults with Medicaid Insurance:

Lone Star Circle of Care
877-800-5722

Local Vaccine 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 Health Services 830-693-8424

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