Local business updates. If you’re changing hours or the way you’re doing business (curbside deliveries vs. indoor pickup, just as one example), contact us.
LIVE UPDATES: Learn what Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs restaurants are doing to stay open. Community Impact Southwest Austin is is doing a great job continually updating this page with information on Lots more in Dripping Springs added since we first checked it. Information on curbside, delivery, etc.
Dripping Springs Pharmacy. Located at 100 Commons Road, Suite 1, in the heart of downtown Dripping Springs, offers curbside pick-up for all patrons for prescriptions, non-prescription (OTC) items, and supplements. Call 512-858-7935 before coming to the pharmacy or upon arrival in the parking lot. The pharmacy also offers free delivery service within the Dripping Springs Independent School District area and has a priority mail service with free mailing fees for orders over $50, or $8 for orders under $50. Online orders may be placed at http://www.martinswellness.com.
Dripping Springs restaurant changes. Helpful article published March 17, 2020, by Community Impact on changes local restaurants are making (e.g., takeaway only, curbside service, etc.) to adapt. Read it here.
PAWS Shelter of Central Texas (Dripping Springs and Kyle). PAWS provided their changes which vary by location. Get the details here.
Recycling centers (Dripping Springs and Wimberley). County announcement March 17: County recycling centers (Driftwood and Wimberley) will be open reduced days and hours until further notice: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am – 3pm.
Kate’s Place (Wimberley). Facebook update March 16, 2020: “Kate’s Place restaurant has just made the incredibly difficult decision to close the restaurant for the duration of the viral pandemic that will soon alter all of our social patterns. We made this decision not only for the health welfare of our employees, but also for the city of Wimberley. We believe by acting decisively now, it will help our community to weather more rapidly what is essentially uncharted territory for all of us. We recognize the adverse impact this decision has on the economic welfare of our employees and on the vitality of our city, but by using common sense and shared values now, we hope to be in a much better place sooner.”
Deep Eddy Vodka (Dripping Springs). As of March 13, 2020: Deep Eddy Vodka’s tasting room has closed temporarily to all visitors “as a safeguard to help reduce the spread” of COVID-19. For full statement and the latest tasting room hours status, visit https://deepeddyvodka.com/visit-us.