Icy roadways and freezing temperatures may have closed county offices, but Williamson County emergency responders and essential employees continued to work keeping residents safe. Williamson County Emergency Communications had 201 calls for service on Thursday. There were 30 fire calls, 84 law enforcement calls and 87 calls for EMS. The Sheriff’s Office responded to a few crashes caused by icy roads. Williamson County responders will continue to monitor conditions and roadways through the rest of today and Saturday morning. The county’s local disaster declaration will end at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4.