We have 16 houses on my street here in SE Texas. Ten houses had at least one burst pipe, four had no breaks, and we don’t know about the other two.
Early on, the city water system started losing pressure, and they asked people not to drip pipes so the fire hydrants could have some residual pressure. I turned off the water at the meter and opened all the faucets, and left it off for four and a half days, so I was one of the lucky four without a water break.
We also lost our city supplied natural gas for a time when the pressure dropped so low it tripped the fail-safe regulator (which I never knew existed) on the meter. The city came out and reset it the first time ( my wife wouldn’t let me, though it’s fairly simple Reset a Natural Gas Regulator - YouTube), but I reset it for a neighbor when his went out the next day.