TEMPLE, Texas — There are residents who remain without water days after Winter Storm Uri passed through Central Texas.
In some places, pipes burst and leaked, causing water to either be shut off for repairs, or caused these areas to go under a boil water notice.
Below is a list of locations in different Central Texas cities and counties where water is being distributed for those in desperate need.
More locations are expected to be added to this list in the coming days. Stay with 6 News as this story develops.
Potable water is available at these three places:
- Public Works yard, 1502 Holland Rd. (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
- Fire Station No. 2, 420 Sparta Rd. (24 hours, self service)
- Harris Community Center, 401 N. Alexander St. (24 hours, self service)
Bring your own container and your driver's license or city utility bill to show you are a Belton water customer.
For residents still without water, she said H-E-B will have secured non-potable water that can be used to flush toilets. These tanks will be behind City Hall in the overflow parking lot.
The City of Marlin has also been distributing bottled water this week with varying locations
To know the location and time Marlin will distribute water, check their Facebook page.
The City of Harker Heights has a limited number of cases of drinking water (10 liters per case).
They are available for pick-up at:
- Harker Heights Recreation Center, 307 Miller’s Crossing, -- noon to 6 p.m., or until supplies last
- Community Center Complex Ball Fields, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Boulevard -- 10 a.m. until supplies are gone
- Special Events Center, 3301 S. WS Young Dr. -- water filling station
- Community Center Ball Fields, 2201 E. VMB -- water filling station
- Haynes Elementary, 3309 W. Canadian River Lp. -- water filling station
Residents must bring their own containers to fill and amounts may be limited on demand, the City said. All water must be boiled prior to consumption and water use should be limited to essential purposes only.
On Monday, the City of Temple and Temple ISD will be distributing water and food in certain neighborhoods.
Residents can still pick-up one case of water and a bag of food for their family at one of the following locations. It starts at 12:30 p.m. while supplies last:
- Grace Temple Ministries, 801 S. 13th St.
- Meredith-Dunbar Early Childhood Academy, 1717 E. Avenue J
- Central County Services, 322 S. 22nd St.
- Canyon Creek Townhomes, 1476 Canyon Creek Dr.
- Village at Meadowbend, 2787 Martin Luther King Jr Dr.
Churches Touching Lives for Christ, 702 W. Ave. G, will be distributing food from 12:30 p.m. 3:40 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday.
Temple Fire & Rescue is still distributing bottled water at the following locations from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily while supplies last:
- Central Fire Station, 210 N. 3rd St.
- Fire Station #2, 1710 E. Ave. H
At this time, no distribution centers were created, but the City of Waco plans to deliver water to homes where water was shut off due to repair pipe leaks.