Coronavirus News and Resources

The Hill Country Alliance has spent the past 15 years bringing together residents from across the 17 counties of the Texas Hill Country. As we move forward and adapt to new forms of community connection, we are working to keep you informed on relevant Hill Country news and regional resources.

These are non-exhaustive lists of resources found throughout the Hill Country that will continue to be updated. If we missed a relevant resource in your part of the Hill Country, or if you have suggestions on additional Hill Country community resources we should cover, please contact

Farmer's Markets and Local Producers

One great way to support and invest in community resilience is through food choice. You can help local businesses bounce back by buying from Hill Country farmers. Click here to find out more about the resources available in your region.

Hill Country Food Banks

During this time, food banks across Texas are seeing more faces than ever before. Whether you are in a place of need or a place of plenty, don’t forget your local food bank. Click here to find out more about Hill Country food banks in your area.

News Resources

Our local newspapers are working overtime to make sure we have all the coverage we need (and more) during this strange time. Whether it’s through online news or physical papers, these news sources help keep us informed and are critical small businesses throughout the Hill Country. Click here to find out what Hill Country news source is closest to you.

HCA Coronavirus Commentary and Resources

Hill Country Alliance staff has been adapting to the new reality of working remotely. We’re hosting weekly video staff calls via Zoom, moving in-person events and workshops to the fall, and doing our best to support our incredible partners around this region.

We are also taking this time to look forward – how can we better fulfill our mission of bringing together an ever-expanding alliance of groups throughout Central Texas for the long-term objective of preserving open spaces, water supply, water quality and the region’s unique character?

If you have a resource or information you’d like to share with the community relating to coronavirus response, local economic resilience, or something similar, please contact

Recent Coronavirus News and Resources