Preston, Washington, between Seattle and North Bend. My brother owned a home in Preston, and the pipes in the wall for the kitchen sink froze. There was no shutoff for the home, so we shut down the water supply for the town of Preston. No water meter either.
Repair done, and I put foam insulation around the pipes.
The next morning, the pipes had frozen again. This time no insulation on the pipes, and kept the wall insulation behind the pipes to act as a buffer, and nothing in front so as to allow the warmth of the home to reach the pipes. That worked.
It is also a plus if the cabinet doors are left open on those very cold nights.
And later that summer we went back, dug up the copper line to the home and soldered on a shutoff valve. We lifted it higher than the outside hosebib so that we could empty the line before soldering. See.........we only shut down the town of Preston three times.