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Jackie Haynes, 9-1-1 Coordinator
Burnet County Addressing Office

 


Office Location / Mailing Address 
Annex on the Square
133 E. Jackson Street, Room 107
Burnet, Texas 78611

Jackie Haynes - 9-1-1 Coordinator 
Email: bc911@burnetcountytexas.org
Phone: 
(512) 756-5458   

Brett Poage - Administrative Coordinator
Email: bc911asst@burnetcountytexas.org
Phone:
(512) 756-5445    

Hours:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Fri 

9-1-1 Addressing Office


     **This page will walk you through the basics of applying for a 9-1-1 Address**

 

Please allow 14-21 BUSINESS DAYS for all addressing requests to be processed. This includes address assignments, changes, verifications, & letter replacements.

 
Burnet County does not assign 9-1-1 Addresses to vacant lots or undeveloped properties; only STRUCTURES or DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.  If you are ready to have utilities installed, or plan to start building your structure within the next six months, you may apply for an address.

 

You must have a 9-1-1 Address to apply for Burnet County building/septic permits. 
Only the property owner or owner's agent may apply for a 9-1-1 Address.

 

*If you have recently purchased a PORTION of a seller's property, please submit a copy of the seller's approved Exemption or Variance Form with your application. *(See below: Subdivision Regulations - under Helpful Links & the link to the Variance/Exemption Form.)*

 

ALL "NEW" DRIVEWAYS OFF OF A COUNTY ROAD OR TXDOT ROAD MUST BE APPROVED BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR THAT ROAD OR TXDOT BEFORE AN ADDRESS WILL BE ASSIGNED.

For COUNTY ROAD driveway approval fill out this form: DRIVEWAY/ACCESS APPLICATION, and contact your County Commissioner to schedule inspection. Click this link to open a Burnet County PRECINCT MAP. (Click the colored box in the legend in the bottom right hand corner that corresponds to your commissioner to email them regarding Driveway Approval.) 

For driveway approval on a Farm to Market (FM), Ranch Rd (RR), or State Highway (SH) please contact Chris Hall, with TxDOT at christopher.hall@txdot.gov or 512-715-5708.  

 

To apply for a 911 Address please follow these steps:
 
STEP 1:  Fill out this 9-1-1 Address Request Form using your PC, tablet, or phone. Be sure to SAVE the completed application to make sure you don't send a blank document. Most of the information you will need to fill the form out can be found on your Tax Statement or on the Burnet Central Appraisal District's website under the Property Search at this link:   https://propaccess.trueautomation.com/clientdb/?cid=85 . Applications that are missing the PROPERTY ID will NOT be processed.

 

STEP 2:  We MUST see where your driveway will be located and where your structure will sit with respect to the driveway and property lines. If your property fronts more than one street, please indicate which street the main entry of your structure faces. This image submission is REQUIRED. Your application will not be processed if this information is missing. (A photograph of your gate or driveway will not be accepted as it does not provide any useful reference to property boundaries.) 

Recommendations for IMAGES:

  • a.  You can use a copy of a survey and hand draw the driveway and proposed structure.
  • b.  You can use Google Earth to create a map with actual flags and markers. 
  • c.  You can use the MAP for your property on the Burnet CAD and draw the driveway/structure.
  • d.  You can hand draw the entire thing.
  • e. A photograph of your gate or driveway will NOT be accepted as it does not provide any useful reference to property boundaries. 
 

STEP 3:   Email the form and your image to the Addressing Coordinator. The email address you will send it in to is on the Address Request Form:  bc911@burnetcountytexas.org.

You may also mail the APPLICATION and IMAGE in to our office at the mailing address above.  Allow 14-21 days for us to process your request.  (IF YOU DO NOT FILL OUT THE APPLICATION COMPLETELY OR PROVIDE AN IMAGE, THE PROCESS WILL TAKE LONGER).  

Helpful Links:  WARN Central Texas - Register to get Emergency Warnings to your mobile device

                         LCRA Flood Operations Notification - Register to receive river flood operations

                         Burnet County Commissioners - Find your Commissioner / View Precinct Map

  Subdivision Regulations- View highlighted sections to see what qualifies as a subdivision, the definition of a "flag lot", and what is required to file for an exemption or variance.

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