County officials are also strongly urging residents to stay off roadways, which may be covered in ice as portions of the county received rain overnight, a news release said.
The Hays CISD Little Hope Box is next to Simon Middle School at 3839 E. RM 150, Kyle, and is full of food for those in need. Scarves and gloves may also be available.
The Austin Disaster Relief Network hotline can be reached at 512-806-0800 between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., and can provide information on other church locations available as warming centers.
Some facilities may be at capacity and it is recommended to call ahead.
The following Hays County organizations are also providing an assortment of clothing, shelter, food and other resources as needed and available. Hays County will also add to its list when resources become available.
First Baptist Church of Wimberley at 15951 Winters Mill Parkway, Wimberley
Hays Hills Baptist Church at 1401 N. FM 1626, Buda
512-295-3132 or 512-845-3864.
The HOME Center of Central Texas is receiving a high volume of calls but is checking voicemails and text messages. Callers are also being referred to the Southside Community Center and Salvation Army, while some may be provided with motel stays. Donations may be sent through Venmo, @home-center (use 1732 as the phone digits to confirm), and Pay-Pal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Salvation Army at 300 S. CM Allen Parkway, Ste. 100, San Marcos
Southside Community Center at 518 S. Guadalupe St., San Marcos.
Westover Baptist Church at 1310 Advance St., San Marcos