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Mobile County citizens interested in applying for FEMA assistance for the Hurricane Sally Major Disaster Declaration, individuals may apply for disaster aid from @FEMA. You can apply online at http://DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling the registration phone number at 1-800-621-3362 (TTY: 800-462-7585).

Current Hurricane Sally - SHELTER OPERATIONS INFORMATION:

The Red Cross Shelter Location is Closed.

The Mobile County Health Department Medical Needs Shelter is closed.

MOBILE COUNTY, AL.  — THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER FOR HURRICANE SALLY HAS ISSUED A HURRICANE WARNING AND A STORM SURGE WARNING FOR MOBILE COUNTY.


THE MOBILE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY IS RECOMMENDING THAT CITZENS EVACUATE TO HIGHER AREAS WITH FRIENDS OR FAMILY OUTSIDE OF THE HURRICANE SURGE ZONES 1 & 2 AHEAD OF HURRICANE SALLY.
SPECIFICALLY, RESIDENTS WHO LIVE IN SURGE ZONES, FLOOD PRONE AREAS AND LOW LYING AREAS AND INCLUDING MANUFACTURED HOMES NEED TO MONITOR CONDITIONS CAFEFULLY AND SEEK HIGHER GROUNDS INLAND OR SHELTER FROM HIGH WINDS AND WATER IF NEEDED.  

WE WOULD ASK YOU TO EVACUATE TO A FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMEBERS RESIDENCE IN ZONES 3 & 4 OR EVEN EVACUATE OUT OF TOWN. 

THERE ARE CURRENTLY SHELTERS OPEN IN MOBILE COUNTY BUT DUE TO COVID-19 PROTOCOL THE SPACE IS REDUCED. 

RESIDENTS OF MOBILE COUNTY SHOULD LISTEN TO THE LOCAL NEWS BROADCASTS TO MONITOR THE PROGRESS AND DIRECTION OF HURRICANE SALLY ACTIVITY AND PREPARE TO TAKE ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE ACTIONS SHOULD THE SEVERE WEATHER BECOME MORE OF A THREAT TO MOBILE COUNTY.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE HURRICANE SURGE ZONES AND EVACUATION ZONES, PLEASE REFER TO OUR WEBSITE AT: https://www.mcema.net/evacuation/evacuation-zones

 

Staying Prepared During Hurricanes and COVID-19.

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ORDER OF THE STATE HEALTH OFFICER SUSPENDING CERTAIN PUBLIC GATHERINGS DUE TO RISK OF INFECTION BY COVID-19. Click here to view June 30, 2020 Amended Health Ord‚Äčer.

Mayor of Mobile County issue Statement on COVID-19. Click link to view statement: https://www.wkrg.com/mobile-county/mayors-of-mobile-county-issue-stastement-on-covid-19/

COVID-19 MCHD Daily Update 6.26.2020

COCID-19 Preparing for hurricanes (Sheltering) 

COVID-19 MCHD Letter to The Public News Release

COVID-19 Unified Command<--Click there----

News Release ADPH (Universal Face Covering COVID 19)

For information concerning current road conditions visit:

ALGO Traffic>ALDOT Road Conditions

 

Mobile County Shelter Opening Information:

 

Shelters are now closed.