March 11th Regular Council Meeting teleconference-
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Office of Emergency Management
City of Burnet 02/19/2021
This is an important message from the City of Burnet. Beginning on Saturday February 20th through Friday February 26th from 9am to 4pm the City of Burnet will make bulk water available to all of the public at no cost at the Public Works Office located at 1000 Buchanan Drive. You must bring your own containers. This is open to all members of the public, regardless of residency.
Please help spread the word to those in need. Stay warm and stay safe.
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Please note the City Hall will remain closed this week due to the extreme weather situation, but we are monitoring our phone and email
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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• What residents should do during a police manhunt
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Call 512-756-8080 (Sheriff's Office) to notify them of your intent to burn. They will let you know if there is a RED FLAG warning that may prohibit your ability to burn. Use the button below to register your burn with the ESD9 station and use the guidelines shown there to learn Burnet County requirements before you decide to burn on your property!
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