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Need Help With Debris?

Disaster Declaration

Following the storm on Thursday, May 9, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra has signed a disaster declaration to bring additional resources to Hays County residents.

For those in need of housing assistance, please contact the Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROS (1-800-733-2767).

For cleanup support inquiries, please fill out  the iSTAT survey posted below.

Click on the Spring Severe Weather link to report damage.


If you're unable to clear debris due to financial or physical constraints and need assistance with property cleanup, call the Austin Disaster Relief Network at 512-806-0800 for support. For shelter or pet-related needs, reach out to the American Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767

Let's work together to rebuild and recover. 

Damage Assessment App

Scan the QR code or click the link below.
If scanning, select the "Spring Severe Weather and Flooding" Event

REPORT DISASTER DAMAGES. Hays County Residents Urged to Self-Report Damages to Homes and Businesses via the iSTAT

 

Hays County Office of Emergency Services is encouraging all residents in the surrounding areas to self-report damages sustained to their homes and/or businesses as a result of the severe weather via the iSTAT website below. The objective of this survey is to identify damages and support emergency management officials across the state to gain an understanding of damages that have occurred during the recent severe weather event.

 

Within the survey, you will have the opportunity to upload photos of your damages. Please ensure photos are clear and depict disaster-related damages.

 

This survey, available in both English and Spanish, can be accessed by visiting: https://damage.tdem.texas.gov/. Reporting damages to Emergency Management is a voluntary activity, is not a substitute for reporting damage to an insurance agency, and does not guarantee disaster relief assistance.

Helping with damage cleanup? Let us know how long you worked!

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Please scan the QR code, or use the link above to let us know how many hours you helped with damage cleanup. These hours are useful when the cities and county put in for assistance from the state.

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Hays County Burn Ban is OFF

Visit the Fire Marshal's Office

Residential Burning 

(when no burn ban is in place)

No permit is required for residential outdoor burning. See below regarding the rules for outdoor burning. 

Rules for Outdoor Burning (English)

TCEQ Outdoor Burning in Texas

Protect Your Home from Wildfires

Learn how to create a barrier around your property from wildfires.

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Assistance & Advisories

Sign up for emergency alerts!

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Add 737-214-1420 to your contacts as
Hays County Emergency Alerts

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