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The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) has received notice from the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture that farm operator are eligible to be considered for low-interest emergency disaster loans from USDA as a result of a Presidential Declaration declared by FEMA for 33 primary counties and 60 contiguous counties in Texas.

Please click on the link to view the entire notice...     USDA notice






WHEREAS:  Blanco County is committed to supporting a strong framework for the sharing of critical resources among Blanco County residents in responding to natural or man-made emergencies, and

WHEREAS:  "National Preparedness Month" creates an opportunity for the residents and businesses in Blanco County to prepare their homes, establishments, and communities for any type of emergency including natural disasters and potential terror attacks; and

WHEREAS:  investing in the preparedness of ourselves, our families, businesses, and communities can reduce fatalities and economic devastation throughout our nation; and

WHEREAS:  emergency preparedness is the responsibility of every citizen in Blanco County and all citizens are encouraged to make preparedness a priority; and

WHEREAS:  the Blanco County Commissioner’s Court, along with other regional, state and national partners, support the WarnCentralTexas campaign to increase public readiness in preparing for emergencies and educating citizens on how to take action; and

WHEREAS:  preparedness is an ongoing effort of all citizens in Blanco County, including youth, older adults, and people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs; and

WHEREAS:  the Blanco County Commissioner’s Court encourages all citizens to participate in preparedness activities and are asked to review preparedness information such as those on the website, and to sign up to receive emergency alerts on the website to become more prepared;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:   the Blanco County Commissioner’s Court, hereby proclaims September 2019 as National Preparedness Month and encourages all citizens and businesses to develop their own emergency preparedness plan, go to to register to receive emergency alerts, and work as a team towards that end.

Resolution adopted by the Blanco County Commissioner’s Court this 27th day of August, 2019.

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Brett Bray                                                                   Laura Walla

Blanco County Judge                                                 Blanco County Clerk

The mailing address for the Johnson City Food Pantry has been changed.  See below.

Johnson City Christian Food Pantry
PO Box 191
Johnson City, TX 78636

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