Williamson County had over 55 road closures and rescued over 76 individuals from their homes and vehicles county-wide due to flooding on March 27th-28th, 2021. Williamson County Emergency Management has created the following list of resources for those who were affected by these floods.
Individuals that are seeking to remove debris from their properties following the March 27th and 28th flooding, should review their City or County’s proper debris removal protocol before disposing of debris. Click the debris management button here for more information.
Williamson County Emergency Management is asking residents and businesses to complete an online damage survey if they have any property damage to report. The information collected helps the county assess damage, determine potential eligibility for disaster aid, and assists the National Weather Service as they assess the damage.
Williamson County will receive federal recovery assistance under a Major Disaster Declaration as a result of the severe weather and flooding that occurred across the state from March 25 through April 3, 2021.
The American Red Cross assists with disaster relief beyond just debris removal.