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Haltom City has implemented the following measures to assist residents affected by Winter Storm Uri.
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Information on applying for federal assistance can be found here.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management is conducting a statewide damage assessment to determine the extent of damages resulting from the winter storm.
This voluntary process helps local and state officials identify damages and assists in determining the need for federal assistance. Haltom City asks all residents and businesses that sustained damages to complete the survey.
Updated: Feb 23, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.
At this time, Haltom City residents DO NOT need to boil their water. Haltom City's water supply is now at normal operating levels and residents can return to normal water usage.
We want to thank everyone for their patience and resilience during this winter storm event. The conservation by our residents is appreciated, as these efforts assisted in maintaining the reserve levels we were working with last week during Winter Storm Uri.
We ask that residents look for leaks and assist neighbors in doing the same if they are incapable of doing so themselves.
If you have no water supply in your apartment complex it is likely due to ruptured pipes. Please contact your management to inquire about time frames on repairs and restoration of service.
Court was cancelled February 16-18, 2021. Municipal Court staff will be in touch with you to get your new court date scheduled.