Texas Emergency Management Chief helping Texans reach out to FEMA for frozen pipe water damage

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Posted at 11:10 AM, Feb 19, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 12:10:50-05

The Texas Emergency Management Chief, Chief Nim Kidd, is helping Texans that may have frozen pipe water damage.

As Texas begins to warm up and roads start to clear, many Texans are now stuck cleaning up frozen pipe water damage.

Chief Kidd tweeted out a link to a survey Texans could fill out to explain the damages in their home. Chief Kidd will also send out the information to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Central Texas residents can also check our ongoing story to see the latest information regarding boil water notices.

If your water lines in your home are frozen call local officials to send a crew to shut off the water at the meter. It's important to do this before lines start to thaw to minimize water damage to your home and prevent the unnecessary loss of water