The Electric Reliability Council of TX (ERCOT) asking Texans reduce electric use as much as can today thru Friday, Jun. 18
Highway 71 Road Improvements
You may have noticed the installation of traffic and erosion control measures being installed along Hwy 71. These items are associated with the nearly 1-million-dollar Highway Improvement Project that Spicewood Crushed Stone is investing in. The construction for these improvements will begin Monday, September 21, 2020 and should be complete by the beginning of 2021. Improvements will include a Right Turn Lane to aid traffic in and out of Spicewood Crushed Stone and Vista View Trail, a Center Turn Lane which should aid traffic ingress/egress into the properties along this portion of Hwy 71 and a Left Turn Lane into Vista View Trail.
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Native Plant Speaker Shared Info- find Flammability Rating on Hill Country Common Plants
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Use the button below to find the Burnet County guidelines before you decide to burn on your property and register your burn with the ESD9 station. If the online permit does not populate for you, then there is no outdoor burning allowed. Fire Marshal Sam Stacks: (830) 693-4060
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