The BR3T comprises 4 counties along the Blanco River and the cities within them:

Blanco                Caldwell
Guadalupe         Hays

We serve the people in the incorporated and unincorporated areas to help them recovery from disaster. Our office is at 801 W. MLK (Dunbar Center) San Marcos, TX 78666. Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  512-677-9701.

Camp Noah

Building Resiliency, Restoring Hope, 

Changing Lives

Our Misson

The Communities We Serve

To strengthen area-wide disaster coordination in Blanco, Caldwell, Hays and Guadalupe counties by sharing information, simplifying resident access, and jointly resolving cases with unmet needs.

Public meeting set on Wednesday, April 20, at the Dunbar Recreation Center


It’s important to us to be as clear about what we do. These are our support teams that help in every area of recovery.



  • Case Management
  • Volunteer Services 
  • Donations
  • Construction Management
  • Public Information
  • Spiritual and Emotional Support

​BR3T Welcomes Heart 9/11 to Help Rebuild Flood-Damaged Homes 

News to Note!

The official community site for information about recovery and resources for survivors of the Memorial Weekend and All Saints Weekend disasters in 2015.

The Blanco River Regional Recovery Group is designed to aid in long term recovery following the devastating Memorial Day & All Saints Day Floods of 2015.  For many people, though, getting access to long term assistance is incredibly difficult.

Flood Recovery

A special flag with the “Stronger Together” logo will be raised on the main flagpole in front of City Hall, and City facilities will fly the “Stronger Together” flags. In addition, the San Marcos Convention and Visitor Bureau will sell smaller versions of the flags, suitable for businesses and residents to fly, as a fundraiser for the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team (BR3T). Flags will be $20 each (cash only) and available beginning May 24 at the San Marcos Tourist Information Center, 617 IH-35 North. For more information, contact the City of San Marcos Communications Office at 512.393.8242 or the San Marcos Tourist Information Center at 512.393.593