Hurricane Harvey: Bastrop County Recovery Information
As Bastrop County begins the clean-up and recovery process there are some important steps that must be taken to ensure we get assistance from FEMA and the SBA (Small Business Administration).
If you sustained damaged to your business and/or personal property, it is vital that you take the time to fill out a Damage Assessment Intake Form and return it to the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Bastrop County must have business and/or personal property damage numbers to insure we get the assistance from FEMA and SBA that we need for recovery.
A Bastrop County Hotline has been set up at 512-303-4300 to report damage as well. Besides reporting damage, you can let them know what your clean-up needs are, become a volunteer or make donations to Bastrop County Long Term Recovery Team. Thank you in advance for filling out this information. Also, please share this with friends and neighbors. The more information we have the better our recovery efforts will be.
Bastrop is about community, whether it is in facing the largest wildfire in Texas history, in preserving and enjoying our natural resources, or in sponsoring the Fourth of July Weekend Patriotic Festival and fireworks on the Colorado River. The Bastrop Chamber of Commerce is an integral part of the fabric of that community. Members build their businesses while helping to build a solid community we are all proud to call home.
Our city is steeped in history and is ready for the future. Located 40 minutes from Austin; two hours from Houston; and 45 minutes from San Antonio, in Bastrop we have easy access to everything a big city offers - without the big city headaches.