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Thursday, Feb. 3: Traveling is currently dangerous. Hazardous travel conditions will impact the Thursday morning and evening commute. There are temporary stop signs at White Street and N Powell Parkway due to a power outage. More power outages and tree damage are possible due to ice.
Tuesday, Feb. 1: TxDOT has started pretreatment of State Highway 5, US Highway 75, and Farm-to-Market 455 and city staff is addressing major intersections and historically identified trouble areas with sand. To be clear, due to limited resources and staff, we will not be treating subdivisions.
Winter weather is expected in Anna beginning Wednesday afternoon and into the weekend. Neighbors are encourage to be prepared. Below are seven easy steps you can take to prepare:
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The City has been in coordination with CARDS regarding the impacts of the winter storm on solid waste services. CARDS has reviewed the situation and has determined that sold waste services will not resume until Monday. Unfortunately, dangerous road conditions and closures at the landfill provide CARDS with limited options.
Solid waste and recycling services will resume on Monday on a regular schedule. Neighbors on the Thursday and Friday route can place additional bagged trash next to their carts, and the extra trash will be collected on their regular trash day. This course of action is in line with our neighboring cities as well.
Property owners are responsible for private water systems from the outside water meter into the home. If you have issues with your private plumbing system such as a frozen pipe you will need to contact a licensed plumber for assistance. Please contact the City of Anna at 214-585-7725 if your private water service needs to be turned off at the outside water meter.
Check for leaks and if you find a broken pipe, turn your water off at the main valve. Your home has two shut-off valves: one is owned by the city and should only be accessed by city staff while the other is your personal shut-off valve that you should be able to access. The shut-off valves completely turn off water to the house and may be found in one of the following locations:
Personal shut-off valve locations:
City of Anna shut-off valve location
If you can’t find your personal shut-off valve or would like assistance with turning off your water, contact the City of Anna Public Works department for emergencies by phone at 214-585-7725.
It is possible, however normally when customers experience no water during cold weather events it is the result of frozen pipes that are owned and maintained by the property owner. Anna takes precautions to ensure our water supply remains safe and reliable.