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Flood resource page set up by Williamson County EMA

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Brentwood flooding

Flooding in Brentwood submitted by Brentwood Fire Chief Brian Goss.

Williamson County Emergency Management Agency has launched a flood resource page for those impacted by the March 27 and 28 floods. 

The page provides consolidated information regarding debris management, damage reporting and links to local volunteer organizations. Go to http://www.williamsonready.org/372/March-27-28 for more information.

Should more resources become available to the Williamson County community, this page will be updated with that information. 

Find Williamson County Emergency Management on Twitter @WCTNEMA or on Facebook for further information. 

Those with residential and non-residential properties that suffered damage within unincorporated Williamson County are also advised that building permits (if applicable) must be obtained to affect any flood-related repairs. All permit fees will be waived for flood-related repairs.

This policy applies only to properties in unincorporated Williamson County falling under the jurisdiction of the Williamson County Department of Building Codes. Questions can be directed to the Williamson County Building Codes Department at 615-790-5718.

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