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The cities of Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, and Burnet announced water distribution sites for residents who are without water or required to boil it.

Locations are:

  • Marble Falls Fire Rescue, 700 Avenue N, from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Trinity Episcopal Church, 909 Avenue D in Marble Falls, from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Quail Point Lodge, 107 Twilight Lane in Horseshoe Bay, starting Friday from noon to 8 p.m.
  • Burnet Public Works Office, 1000 Buchanan Drive in Burnet, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. beginning Saturday, Feb. 20, through Friday, Feb. 26

Bring your own containers.

The Marble Falls sites have a limited supply of 5-gallon buckets with lids, but the water will require boiling for human consumption such as drinking or cooking. The water issued in the buckets can be used for toilets, washing dishes, and similar types of activities.

Call Marble Falls City Hall, during operating hours, at 830-693-3615 for more information. Visit the Horseshoe Bay city website for more information. Or visit the city of Burnet website.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story listed the address for the Burnet Public Works Office as 100 Buchanan Drive. It is actually 1000 Buchanan Drive. DailyTrib.com apologizes for the error.

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1 thought on “Highland Lakes water distribution sites

  1. We still have no running water in hsb going on day six. We are up in the highlands near the airport. None of us have water and haven’t since Sunday night. There is little communication, the silence of the mayor speaks volumes. Please see what you can find out, because we can’t seem to find out much other than people who do have water are running into problems with leaks etc., But I expect those with water are going about everyday life, doing laundry, running dishwashers, baths, etc. We know homes on the other side of 2147 have water. It would be nice if a conserve water notice was issued, it might give us all a chance at getting some water.
    After going over 48 hours with no power, huddled in front of a fireplace, breaking ice in the bathtub to flush toilets, I hoped the restoration of power would restore some semblance of normal. Now, we still, water six days, are boiling snow and collected melt water off the roof to wash a few dishes, our stringy hair, etc…
    Please help, we’re tired of this adventure.

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