Central Texas Floods


Burnet County & the City of Marble Falls Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC)

Burnet County and the City of Marble Falls will be coordinating assistance for our citizens who have been affected by the recent floods. We will be hosting two Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC), which is the most efficient way to deliver services to individuals and families affected by this disaster. The MARC brings multiple service providers together in a single location, providing on-site assistance such as clean-up kits, supplies, financial assistance and the opportunity to register your needs for recovery. Citizens will need to bring proof of residence such as driver’s license, utility bill or some other verifiable document of proof.

The location and dates for the MARC’s is as follows:
Wednesday, October 31, 2017 10AM – 7PM| First Baptist Church Granite Shoals 505 S. Phillip Ranch Road, Granite Shoals, Texas 78654
Thursday, November 1, 2018 10AM – 7 PM Boys and Girls Club of Marble Falls 1701 Broadway, Marble Falls, Texas 78654
Organizations interested in participating should contact Michelle at 512-755-5155.
Questions, Kevin Naumann 830-613-5919

Travis County Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC)

Monday, November 5
Saint Mary Our Lady of the Lake Church
6100 Lohman Ford Road
Lago Vista, Texas
9:00AM – 7:00PM

Wednesday, November 7
Emmaus Catholic Parish
1718 Lohman’s Crossing
Lakeway, Texas
9:00AM – 7:00PM

Volunteer Opportunities

Llano County Volunteer Reception Center (VRC)

Llano County is in need of assistance at the Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) at First Baptist Church in Kingsland ,3435 Highway 1431, Kingsland, TX 78639. The VRC is open Monday-Saturday 8 AM -4 PM and Sunday 1 PM-4 PM. Over 400 homes have been identified in Damage Assessments (DAs). There is an overwhelming need for help in this community. If you are interested in volunteering, send an email to llanovolunteers@gmail.com.

First Baptist Church – CLEAN-UP

First Baptist Church in Marble Falls is leading the CLEAN-UP coordination efforts in the Highland Lakes area.  They are asking for volunteers to meet at their main building for clean-up assignments (look for welcome desk).  There is an estimated 500+ homes impacted by the floods that will need to be mucked-out.  Please bring friends and family.  Young adults, ages 14-18 are welcome. They must have parental supervision or an adult with them at all times.  Click here for more details and sign-up forms to inform First Baptist Church you are coming.


DAYS & VOLUNTEER DEPLOYMENT TIMES:  Monday-Sunday, 8:30 AM-6PM, Training begins at 8:30 AM.

**Groups are encouraged to come**

WHAT TO WEAR: Long-sleeve shirt, jeans, boots or rubber boots or closed shoes (no sandals), leather gloves, sunscreen (if sunny) and hat for protection.

HOUSING:  Housing can be provided if you are traveling (state in the sign-up form) – will need to bring sleeping bag and pillow

ITEMS to BRING (if you have them):

  • N95 Face Mask (if you don’t have, one will be provided)
  • Flat Shovel
  • Push Broom
  • Push Squeegee
  • Shop-Vac (if you have it)
  • Wheel Barrow (if you have it)
  • Utility Knife
  • Chalk Line
  • Nail Puller
  • Hammer
  • Sawz All
  • Screw Drivers

If you have a special diet, it is recommended that you bring your lunch and snacks.