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Herb Darling, Director
Burnet County Development Services
and
Virginia Castillo, Coordinator
Burnet County 9-1-1 Addressing

 

 


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

Mailing Address: 220 S. Pierce
Burnet, Texas 78611

Phone:
(512) 715-5260

Virginia Castillo 911 Email: bc911@burnetcountytexas.org


Herb Darling Inspection Email: inspect@burnetcountytexas.org

Brett Poage 911 or Septic/Building Email: bc911asst@burnetcountytexas.org

April Gordon Septic/Building Permit Email:  envsrvc@burnetcountytexas.org


Hours: 8:00am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday

FLOOD INFORMATION

Update: 10/30/2018, If your home or business was affected by the flood, please read the following information regarding Repairing Your Structure and Required Development Permits (Click on the highlighted text to view the document)

Update: 10/25/2018,  Please contact this department, Development Services, for Building Permits before starting reconstruction on homes affected by flooding.  Burnet County Commissioners' Court waived the permit fees for homes damaged by floodwaters.

***For residences in the flood hazard area that are going to rebuild, even if previously grandfathered, the structure must be rebuilt to current FEMA standards/guidelines***

Update:  10/23/2018, For residents with water wells affected by floodwaters please read this Press Release .  If you have any questions about your well, please contact the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District at 512-756-4900.

Update:  As of 10/22/2018, Burnet County has begun to pick up debris from residences that have placed and sorted items close to the roadside or curb.  They will be making several passes through affected areas, so as of now there is no deadline to have debris out.

     As a general guide, please separate debris into 3 basic piles:  1.  Branches/Vegetation that can go into a wood chipper, 2.  Metal and Appliances (Please remove food items from refrigerators and freezers and secure the doors with tape/bungee cords/rope), 3.  Clothing/Furniture/Lumber/Siding/Glass (Construction/Household Debris)

     Please place the debris as close to the road without placing it on the road.  If you need assistance with debris removal or help moving the debris please contact the First Baptist Church Marble Falls here at their website or call them at 830-693-4381.  If you have difficulty contacting them or if you have additional questions, please call Burnet County Development Services at 512-715-5260.

     At this time DO NOT include containers of Chemicals/Pesticides/Paint/Gasoline.  You may burn untreated lumber/ limbs/ trees and other plant debris provided you do not create a nuisance condition or traffic hazard.  **Notify the Sheriff's Office at 512-756-8080 before burning**

     Metal Appliances can be taken to Hill Country Recycling located at  2000 2nd Street
Marble Falls, TX 78654 - Phone (830) 693-3667.  Call first to see if they accept freezers/refrigerators with Freon.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


This office is responsible for the following activities. Click on a link below for more information:

 

 

 

Health Inspections are handled by the Department of State Health Services in Temple, Texas.  To schedule an inspection for restaurant or foster care facility please call their office at 254-778-6744.
Department of State Health Services Link

Illegal Dumping Complaints - Call 512-756-8080
Contact: Illegal Dumping Hotline 1-877-NO DUMPS (1-877-663-8677)

Landfill information:
Burnet County DOES NOT have a county-owned landfill or dump facility, however there is a BFI transfer station located at 2411 FM 963.  Please call their office at 512-756-6318 for their hours of operation or other information. Accept Cash/Checks not Credit Cards. Hours 7am - 5pm M-F.
 

Order Prohibiting Solid Waste Disposal and Processing Facilities - a copy of the order can be found here.

Hill Country Recycle - 2000 2nd St, Marble Falls, TX (830) 693-3667 Hours of Operation are Monday-Friday, 8am noon and 1pm - 5pm. Hill Country Recycle will accept paper, cardboard and plastic. Please be sure you are recycling plastic labeled #1 and #2 only. They cannot accept glass products.

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