IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY
The Texas Hill Country has suffered catastrophic flooding, leaving thousands of Hill Country citizens with destroyed homes, public infrastructures and personal belongings scattered over miles and miles. Trailers, boats, sheds, household belongings and equipment are displaced over the 50+ miles of riverfront along the Llano, Colorado, Pedernales and Sandy Creek river basins.
The HCBA is in constant communication with emergency management personnel and city entities. Citizens and agencies are encouraged to post lost and found items on our Operations Lost and Found bulletin board by clicking the link below. We area working with area law enforcement agencies to reunite belongings to their rightful owners.
If you would like to volunteer with the recovery efforts or if you’re in need of clean up assistance, contact the First Baptist Church of Marble Falls at fbcmf.org or 830.693.4381… If you are in the building or construction industry and would like to volunteer, call the Hill Country Builders Association at 830.798.2266. More info below.
Are you looking for a lost item after the flood? Have you found anything and are looking for its owner?
Leave a comment below with a description, location of the item, the TX registration/serial #s, and your contact info.
Please reply to your post when items are returned to their rightful owner.
Local law enforcement can help facilitate the process of returning lost property to its rightful owner.
If you want to make a donation please drop at the Hill Country Builders Association between 9am – 5pm, located at 1401 Broadway Suite B1, Marble Falls TX 78654
GET MULTIPLE ESTIMATES
1. Rule of thumb, get a minimum of 3 estimates
ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS of Your Contractor
1. How long have you been in the building business?
2. What type of insurance do you carry?
3. What’s the best was to communicate with you?
Question to Ask Yourself:
1. Do I see myself working and communicating with this contractor?
2. What is my gut telling me?